The hairstylist talks thirteen shows, recycled clothes and a London pitstop
Martin Cullen styles hair internationally for editorial, catwalk and campaigns. Starting at a Barber shop in the Midlands, Cullen moved to London at 17 to work at Trevor Sorbie, before becoming best friends with Eugene Souleiman and joining agency Streeters. Cullen still works with Souleiman on selected fashion shows, managing his team.
Dazed Digital: How was your New York?
Martin Cullen: New York was extremely busy with lot of prep so not much sleep. The Miguel Adrover show was very interesting, his collection was made by recycling old clothes. The other shows I worked on were Narciso Rodriguez, Peter Som, Y-3, Tommy Hilfiger Men, DKNY, Tommy Hilfiger Women, Donna Karan, Jeremy Scott, Tory Burch, Duckie Brown and Zero Maria Cornejo.
DD: Best moment so far?
Martin Cullen: The Miguel Adrover show.
DD: What are you working on in London?
Martin Cullen: Having a week off to see my daughter before the madness off Milan and Paris.
DD: What does London do well in contrast to New York?
Martin Cullen: I think London is a lot more creative.