Romance in Provence
Romance in Provence

Romance in Provence "Made in Austria“ Austrian Fashion Designer Lena Hoschek Presents New "En Provence" Summer Collection With Hairdreams 

GRAZ, May 2016 – Austrian Fashion Designer, Lena Hoschek, recently showcased her new summer collection, "En Provence“, which was inspired by the romantic, lush, naturally picturesque French landscape in the South of France.  Together with Hairdreams hair creations, Hoscheck set the glamorous, ultra-feminine style of the collection with natural, voluminous, tousled locks created with Hairdreams 100% real human hair to perfectly complement her new summer designs.

For the past few years, Lena Hoschek has established herself and grown in recognition for her vintage-inspired style in the international fashion scene.  She chooses full, gorgeous, classic hair looks to complement her feminine fashion sense. Since most models don’t naturally have the longer and fuller locks needed to complete her fashion trademark, the designer often collaborates with genuine hair specialist Hairdreams from Graz, to help style the models for her runway shows and photo shoots as seen in this new collection, "En Provence.“

Hairdreams uses 100% real human hair to help create romantic looks with tousled, relaxed waves – the ideal hair style to complement the Provence theme of Lena Hoschek’s current collection. Hairdreams‘ Laserbamer NANO System played a major role in creating longer lengths and volume needed for the ultimate feminine styles. This system allows for fully automatic application of up to 5 hair strands in one easy step, with application in record time creating dreamy long, sexy hair. The Laserbeamer NANO System is ideal not only for photoshoots, but also the perfect tool for Hairdreams partner salons to create dream hair for their clients. 

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