Two hair trends have emerged so far this fashion week — undone braids and slicked-back locks.
Models at Philipp Plein were fitted with yards of extensions that were tied into Rapunzel-esque braids that went past models’ knees. Another set of extensions was tied into a separate braid, and woven along the main plait, with fake flowers attached.
“Because it’s heavy, the length needs to be added from the top,” said Tina Outen, who led the hair look for the show. Models designated as good girls had colorful flowers attached to their hair, while those classified as bad girls wore black flowers.
At Chromat, hairstylist Kien Hoang created a braid inspired by a volcano, he said. Two pulled-apart braids framed model’s faces, with a third tucked into a midheight ponytail. “What we wanted to do was do a braid, but it’s really about the direction of the braid, where it’s almost like a volcanic situation into a tight-fitting cornrow, and then afterwards we’re going to pull and roughen up the braids so it’s nice and airy and roughened up — as if the volcano has had an explosion.”
Models at Jill Stuart also sported braids that were almost hidden amongst waves.
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