PARIS — Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman opted for a dual-tone, multi-lengthed coif for Yohji Yamamoto’s show.
“I said I think the girls should look like they’ve got festival haircuts — a little bit Glastonbury,” he explained. “The hair should look as if it’s kind of badly cut. It should look like it’s colored — but it’s kind of colored at home — and it should look dirty and raw. It really is just this mean kind of haircut.”
Souleiman affixed blond extensions to the tops of models’ heads and then trimmed those tresses in an uneven fashion, allowing for natural hair to spill out from underneath.
Meanwhile, makeup Pat McGrath took the opposite tack.
“Yohji wanted the girls to look fresh, young and natural, with a strong eyebrow,” she said. So McGrath applied blush to models’ cheeks and a rosy tinge to their eyelids and lips, as well.