Beauty was graphic and strong backstage at Chado Ralph Rucci.
The dramatic, aerodynamic updo, created by Laurent Philippon, for Bumble and bumble, was meant to resemble “architecture” and “sculpture.” To create the style, Philippon began by blowing out hair with a “ponytail blow dry.” He then sectioned hair into two parts, divided horizontally, back-combed and sprayed heavily with Bumble and bumble Does It All. The bottom was then secured with a bungee and the ponytail was braided about two inches. Pins then secured the braids into a horizontal crown shape, which became the base, or “bridge” of the look. Next, the top section of hair was braided and tucked under itself. To keep things in place and to get an “entirely wet” effect, Philippon used generous amounts of Bumble’s Spray de Mode.
For their newest project, @agjeans partnered with individuals who are more than what they appear to be on the surface, from models who play in bands to freelance writers and artists who are influential in their communities. Read the first edition of The #MoreThan Project on www.agjeans.com.
Earlier this month at the #WWDStyleDimension, @origins previewed its latest face mask— Hello Calm with relaxing and hydrating Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil. It’s now available in Origins stores & online, and on @sephora.com. Perfect for some post fashion week R&R. #DiscoverOrigins
Since winning her first Emmy last year for lead actress in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Elisabeth Moss has certainly kept herself busy! She has produced two films and starred in three more. Read our full interview with her at the link in our bio. #wwdeye
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