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| October 18, 2019

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ART ATTACK

ART ATTACK
Rebecca Parker

Linton & Mac, the multi award-winning, independent hairdressing salon situated in Netherkirkgate, Aberdeen, lent its styling skills to the Gray’s School of Art Graduate Fashion Show.

Held on Friday 12th May, the annual show is an integral part of the school’s dynamic – fuelling innovation in all forms of fashion and textile design – and providing a platform for students to showcase imagination and creativity.

Backstage, talented hairstylists from Linton & Mac worked tirelessly to ensure that all the models were groomed to perfection, with hairstyles inspired by what are set to be next season’s key hair trends.

The relationship between the two creative companies began when Linton & Mac held an event last year, which had the sole purpose to encourage individuals to support local. The ‘Low Down’ event supported ten local businesses by giving them a platform to showcase their products and offerings to an exclusive audience. Educating individuals in a unique way about style, trends and the importance of supporting local creativity, the event was also fashioned to spark conversation about how to tackle the current business climate in Aberdeen.

Jennifer Linton, and Jaye MacDonald, Co-Directors for Linton & Mac said: “Gray’s School of Art was a massive support when we held The Low Down event. Since then, we have forged a strong relationship and a mutual respect for each other’s work. We have always driven collaborations with local businesses, and it was great to work together once again backstage at their fashion show.”