Making of Audrey Hepburn 2008
the recent recreation of Marilyn Monroe with actress Lindsay
Lohan, the new trend is bringing back the glamour of old
Hollywood. This photo shoot recreated Audrey Hepburn in
the historical grounds of the Vizcaya Museum, Miami, Florida.
and internationally known hairstylist Pasquale Caselle
transformed model Donna Porelli into actress Audrey
Hepburn with photographer Michael Raveney.Together
they captured the beauty of Audrey Hepburn exemplified
during the era of old Hollywood. The historical Vizcaya
Museum's gardens served as the picturesque background
for this photo shoot providing an opportunity for
high fashion images.
According to Pasquale Caselle, "Audrey Hepburn epitomizes
the splendour that is lost in the new Hollywood today.
It has been my dream to have her reign once again
over all red carpets."
Caselle was born and raised in Toronto. He received
his professional training in Toronto and then moved
to Rome, Italy to further his hairdressing craft.
Pasquale has travelled the world doing his work in
Italy, the Caribbean and Central America. Currently,
he divides his time between Italy, the Caribbean and
Miami. His international clientele of politicians
and entertainers constantly keeps him jet setting.
He has come to consider himself a citizen of the world.
the crown, take the loose ends and smooth into 2 sections.
Mold towards the back and the front to achieve the
desired effect. Spray with a firm hairspray and finish
with a shine mist.
technique can be the base for any finished up-do you
want to achieve, just use your creativity.
Ines Di Santo featured one of her famous designs for
this photo shoot to merge the past with the present.
She is a renowned fashion designer and creator of
Haute Couture Bridal and Evening Gowns. Ines was born
in Italy and raised in Argentina. She currently resides
in Toronto, Canada the home of her exclusive bridal
Up Do Hair Technique:
Pasquale transformed his model with his one step up-do.
Start by blow drying the hair with a volumizing spray
using a medium barrelled round brush for fullness
and a bend on the ends.
Next, tease the entire head at the root, spray with
a light amount of a natural hold hairspray. With a
paddle brush, smooth the surface carefully not to
disturb the teased cushion as this gives the support
needed to the finished up-do.
To start the up-do, begin twisting the hair as if
creating a French twist but aim higher towards the
crown. As you are twisting the hair, begin from the
bottom criss-crossing bobby pins to secure. Continue
shaping the hair. As you reach the crown, do not touch
in the ends as you would in a French twist.
wedding dress shots, feature a dress from the new
collection of Ines Di Santo. The photos featuring
the black and gold are from designer Eduardo de las
Casas. All photos are from Michael Raveney.
Caselle at work, styling a model for a photo shoot.
Concept and hair styling: Pasquale Caselle: www.pasqualecaselle.com
Photographer, Michael Raveney: www.michaelraveney.com
Bridal Gown, designer Ines Di Santo: www.inesdisanto.com
Black and gold gowns, designer Eduardo de las Casas www.eduardodelascasas.com