milan fashion week s/s 2012


Understated elegance and chic Parisian-style women were the inspiration for the show.  The makeup and hair were designed to adapt to the mood the KristinaT presented for this season: frizzy hair was the star and makeup was strong and contemporary, creating contrasts that were never over-the-top, but combined with grace and lightheartedness.

Antonio Musumeci of Aldo Coppola did the hair and Cristiana Ceccarelli of Aldo Coppola did the makeup.

In John Richmond’s diverse collection for next spring and summer, each look was almost an independent piece.  The linking thread of the show was the hairstyle designed by Roberta Bellazzi from Aldo Coppola for L’Oreal Professionnel. The style was soft for a woman who knows she’s sensuous and self-confident, and who loves femininity with a rock vibe, in the style of the brand.

The mood was absolutely contemporary and several details are decidedly feminine.

The hairstyle created by Alessandro Gesuita from Aldo Coppola for L’Oreal Professionnel reflected the simple, geometric lines of the clothes. Sleek and sophisticated, the hair was pulled back in a high ponytail, with a long geometric lock of hair worn brushed to one side of the face.

The makeup by Agata Peyrot of Aldo Coppola was disciplined, with a red mouth and eyes with must mascara.


The spatial-futurist-gym mood of Krizia dressed women in techno fabrics, and even the hairstyle created by Stefano Lorenzi of Aldo Coppola for L’Oreal Professionnel accentuated the style for this collection. Stefano wanted to give a chic, techno touch by applying special Aldo Coppola gold-foils to the hair.


The spring-summer collection of 1a Class by Alviero Martini featured soft, relaxed silhouettes, simple lines, and a few asymmetrical touches.

The hairstyle by Gianluigi Gargaro of Aldo Coppola reflected the mood of the clothes: a soft, slightly messy chignon that highlighted the femininity of the collection.