LONDON — Haircare brand Label.m has teamed with Henry Holland on a 2016 holiday collection, which launches on Wednesday.
The British designer called the partnership “a collaborative effort.” He created the packaging, taking his cue from “Seventies futurism and space memorabilia with Studio 54 interiors and disco influences” for the rocket-print design.
The Label.m x Henry Holland Cleanse & Condition Duo box includes Label.m’s shampoo and conditioning treatments. The set for dry and damaged hair features a Treatment Shampoo and Moisturizing Conditioner priced at 20.25 pounds, or $26.23 at current exchange, while the box for color-treated hair includes Color Stay Shampoo and Conditioner and costs 21.25 pounds, or $27.53. It will be sold at select Label.m salons, Toni & Guy, Essensuals.com and on the beauty brand’s web site.
In addition, a limited-edition, golf-style umbrella emblazoned with the gold rocket motif and the designer’s House of Holland logo was created. Shoppers will receive the umbrella upon purchase of two Label.m Create and Complete products.
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The beauty brand has worked with Holland, creating hair looks for his runway shows for the past three seasons. Label.m is also the official haircare product of London Fashion Week in association with the British Fashion Council.
“Working alongside Henry Holland for the last three seasons in our latest designer partnership is a really exciting direction for us,” said global creative director Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck. “I am delighted to bring his renowned sense of fun with a quirky twist, to our Label.m Christmas 2016 collection of festive gifts. Our collaborations are quite unique in that we are able to bridge the link between high-fashion inspiration and giving our clients something which is authentic and exclusive.”
Launched in 2005 by Toni & Guy, Label.m is a professional hair-care range that is led by Mascolo-Tarbuck.