Pantone’s color of the year, Very Peri, is getting some local love with a style shoot featuring hair, makeup and fashion from local artists and entrepreneurs. The hair tints were executed by Jamie Millmather, a Rhode Island-based global traveling hairstylist and educator for Wella professionals, and owner of culture of love parlor and parlor parlor suites. The fashion pieces presented are from ODA, a fashion label created by Providence native Amy Page DeBlasio, paired with models’ own clothes showcasing hints of periwinkle. Makeup artist Michael Pete enhanced the look and wardrobe styling was provided by Emiline Gomes of Collapsed mode, who is looking for sustainable looks. The photoshoot location is Parlor Salon Suites in Providence, an up-and-coming creative space for beauty entrepreneurs. Love Culture, 506 Broadway, Providence, 401-751-8200, loveculturesalon.com
Meet the Model: Melissa Saengsaisouk
Since graduating from college, Saengsaisouk has fallen in love with Creative Capital’s hospitality industry and is in awe of the city’s designers and women entrepreneurs. Agonza Apparel sweatshirt by local artist and activist Agonza (@agonzaart), $35.
Meet the Model: Nicolette Russell
Known to her friends as “Nikki”, this Providence-based visual artist explores creative avenues like painting, mixed media art, photography, modeling and event planning. APD Raw Silk Coat, $758.
Meet the Model: Katie Dunlevy
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Dunlevy has been modeling for five years, focusing on high fashion and the runway. Zara pants, thrift store tops.
Meet the model: Ryan Lopes
Lopes is an East Coast-based content creator and creative director who shares elements of style and wellness through personal work. APD silver leather bomber jacket, $798, custom Nike sneakers and vintage jeans.