By  on October 3, 2012

PARIS — Hairstylist Guido Palau worked with Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton on the show’s head treatment.

“It was based on a beekeeper,” explained Palau. “So there’s an inspiration of bees and life, and a kind of sexuality. Those were some of the briefs I got, and then I tried lots of things.”

In the end, the duo opted for a creation that was like a cross between a visor and a hat that’s somewhat netted. All of them were colored black, save one that was gold-hued.

Hair under the headdresses was wrapped, treated with Redken Hardwear 16 gel and tucked into stocking caps.

Peter Philips was behind the pared-down makeup look at McQueen.

 

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