TRENDING: Visit Colour World’s online hub | Check out the Respect channel on

Search Newsletter
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors

Nick Irwin debuts Session Label at Fashion Week

Session Label LFW line up

As one of the leading Editorial and Session Stylists for both catwalks and high-fashion campaigns, Nick Irwin was a natural fit to style the hair for both the Noki and Helen Anthony shows. His styling range of choice is Schwarzkopf Professional’s Session Label assortment; used to craft effortless hair with character and edge by layering and combining consistencies and textures for tailor-made creations. Working alongside Fashion Stylist Kim Howells, Nick was supported by an international team consisting of creative key members from Schwarzkopf Professional’s Young Artistic and Collective Teams, as well as local hairdresser talents.

Nick Irwin with Session Label hair team

This collaboration was the perfect symbiosis of craft and products; officially debuting Schwarzkopf Professional’s Session Label range on the runway, backstage and in the runway impressions.

Session label range

Helen Anthony

Helen Anthony is a British fashion label known for cutting-edge fashion and design, combined with the finest tailoring and materials; bringing collections that stand out from the crowd. The SS23 show was no different with a unique ready-to-wear collection featuring a cross between 80s pop and tailored suits, presented in a variety of colours and materials and paired with long coffin nails and sunglasses. Golds, nudes, glitter and big collars were all featured, with a juxtaposition between modern and old.

The look: Hair was generally slicked back with an aesthetically pleasing polished but undone feel, crafted using: The Mousse, The Thickener and The Flexible.


Renowned British designer, DR. NOKI is known as a self-proclaimed “anarchist to fashion waste” – a representative of sustainable fashion and a trailblazer, with a focus on reusing and up-cycling vintage or dead stock textiles. His style was born out of the 90s London rave scene where his custom-built designs caught momentum. His SS23 Collection, NOKI, echoes this signature approach with up-cycled and distressed street couture fashion presented in an anti-establishment and rebellious way; patterns, logos and grunge-esque clothing is custom-tailored and reimagined in a mismatched manner.

The look: Hair was creatively styled to match with a cool undergone vibe, crafted using: The Texturizer, The Strong and The Mousse.

For more news from Henkel, click HERE.


Respect is a hub for UK hairdressers of all ages and stages to find out what We LoveWe Hearand We Seeas the best product launches, styling advice, hairtools, education training and seminars and hairshows! Sign up to our newsletter which is sent fortnightly direct to your email, so you stay up-to-date with salon styling information, trends in session work, advice on presenting on stage or progress in educating – whatever your interest, whether you’re a trainee or creative director, an educator or team leader, you’ll find all the opportunities and ideas on

We love hairdressing; we see and we hear how you can become the best hairdresser, colourist and salon owner possible. Contact us if you’d like to know more about us. If it’s worth talking about, you’ll read it here.

Latest News

View all News

Avlon’s Christmas hair gifts
Avlon’s Christmas hair gifts
Avlon’s Christmas hair gifts
The Haug’s new ambassadorship
Avlon’s Christmas hair gifts
Have a Great Lengths Christmas
Avlon’s Christmas hair gifts
Music is Fashion
Avlon’s Christmas hair gifts
Passion to profit