13 April 2010 Story and photos: MiSociety
A Mad Hairdresser’s Tea Party harbours a fashion hit
George Giavis, the renowned celebrity Woollahra hairdresser, launched his new range of hair accessories to a select group of friends and media at his ‘Mad Hairdresser’s Tea Party’. Held in a luxurious, privately owned pad in Point Piper, the setting was magnificent with the sun slowly sinking into Sydney Harbour.
As the Moet flowed and the excellent ‘Katering’ canapés were snapped up ‘blacked out’ models paraded George’s hair accessory range before guests eagerly hit the samples for ‘try ons’.
With ‘must have’ original creations the headpieces range from dazzling hair clips to funky headbands (absolutely loved them) to ‘almost hats’ suitable for race days. With many of the pieces set on narrow headbands they spell the end to ‘hat hair’ while still being bold enough to create an impact.
George has re-invented the ‘fascinator’ taking it to new heights and filling a void in fashion headwear.
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