Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Runway Trends

The fuzzy chignon at Anthony Vaccarello

Anthony Vaccarello wanted something young, something with a little punk attitude and something
with a touch of sexiness to bring some heightened sensuality to this season’s slightly more severe

A slightly disheveled morning-after-the-night-before chignon. 

To create the look,  start by pulling hair into a high pony tail, before twisting it into a 
relaxed chignon complete with loose strands to frame the face for a carefree look. 

The slicked back and glossy at Alexis Mabille

Showcasingg her talent for executing precise, pulled-together looks, for this season’s Alexis Mabille
show, Odile Gilbert went for smooth and sleek.  Hair was steamed straight, divided into two partings,
pulled back into Mabille’s signature ribbon and then twisted into a loose half pony tail. 

The result was a stylish avant-garde look tempered with femininity.

The urban bombé at Rabih Kayrouz

For the Rabih Kayrouz show, Delphine Courteille wanted to create the impression that the models
had done their own hair. "Rabih Kayrouz had imagined a petite 1960s girl, but with a messy Brit girl
edge" she explained. To begin with, she made a defined center parting, before spraying the hair from
root to tip on both sides to give a glossy touch.  She then backcombed all the hair at the back of the
head for noticeable volume. 

The resulting catwalk effect is a roughed-up ponytail, with delicately loose strands.

The straight and sleek at Léonard

The idea behind the hairstyling at Léonard was to create geometric lines in-keeping with the
structured form of the collection, successfully achieved by Damien Boissinot, who created a
perfectly straight hairstyle. A low parting combined with long hair and a sweeping side fringe,
resulted in an extremely glossy hairstyle with maximum shine

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