Queensland-based hairdresser Amy Gaudie was inspired by the ‘Gucci gang club’, where females become males and males become females…

“I wanted to achieve a strong colour palette with a soft hair cut and vice versa, complementing both feminine and masculine elements,” she explained. “Colours were kept fresh and on-trend, with peach and apricot hues, and a denim stone wash. All colour techniques were very muted and seamless, bringing emphasis to the accompanying cut and styling.

“Make-up was selected to naturally emphasise and highlight the models’ natural features, ensuring an almost invisible yet polished look. The clothing was chosen to create a box like shape to the girls giving the illusion of a masculine physique.”

Hair: Amy Gaudie for Urban Chic, Brisbane
Make-Up: Annabelle Hogg
Photography: Paul Christey
Styling: Bronte Armstrong