Blue Tit London has launched its latest colour collection and it’s certainly one to catch the eye.

Delysid was inspired by the term ‘psychedelia’, which rose to fame in the 1960s among a subculture that manifested itself most notably in artwork and music.

Derived from the Greek words ‘to make visible, to reveal’, (translating to soul revealing) psychedelic art boasts distorted, surreal visuals alongside a full spectrum of bright, bold colour patterns.

Utilising the brand’s latest colour technique – Prisma – which has been designed to combine fluidity and effortlessly blended colour, the team has curated a collection boasting bright, distorted and deconstructed colour alongside a range of styling disciplines for a look that is out of this world.

“Drawing inspiration from psychedelia, we wanted to showcase a collection that was our representation of unlocking our mind and altering our own perception,” said Perry Patraszewski from Blue Tit London:

“This is a representation of our colour creativity unleashed.”

Would you be brave enough to try any of the looks?

Credits
Hair: Blue Tit Creative Team
Photography: Max Oppenheim
Styling: Celia Arias
Make-up: Christoph Haider

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