By  on September 27, 2013

Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman called coifs he created for Yohji Yamamoto’s spring runway “very old and very young.”

On each model’s head were childlike ponytails and braids with florescent-colored strings running through them. At the front, hair was whitened, reminiscent of older women after taking out rollers — or Marie Antoinette, he said.

“They’re not meant to match; they are meant to look completely contradictory and crazy,” continued Souleiman.

When it came to makeup, some of the models got an evening look and the others, a day look.

“One has a dark eyebrow and one has a white eyebrow,” explained makeup artist Pat McGrath, adding everyone’s skin was given a tanned appearance.

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