Art Team Collection 2012
Elizabeth Streb – is an Extreme Action Specialist with a difference. Trying to answer one question: what is the true content of motion?
In 2012 at the London Olympics Elizabeth created ‘One Extraordinary Day” a day with the intentions of puncturing the skyline of London.
The Streb collection was has materialized with to keywords in mind motion and impact. Movement through a combination of concave layering and impact through hard bold short lines with a choice of length that restricts any movement occurring.
Colours where driven by the colour palate of hardware used in all of Streb’s international performances. Yellows blues and chromes run through this collection with a combination of taste and balance, which merges such contrasting shades if a feminine way.
“Rather than thinking of yourself as falling imagine yourself as flying”
THE “SHAPE” COLLECTION
The Alillon Education team has unveiled its Shape collection, which focuses and highlights the mechanics with regards to the execution of technique.
“This collection does not conform to commercial shapes and is quite challenging to absorb. We wanted the colour story to be kept simple, using blondes with slightly grey finishes. The intricate shapes and contrasting lengths are not fluid. To achieve our aim we muted the model from the frame to allow all the attention to be placed on the execution of technique.”
— Johnny Othona, Director, Allilon Education
Hair: Allilon Art Team
Photography: Trevor Leighton
Make-up: Cheryl Phelps Gardiner