Size mattered at the Paris shows this season, at least when it came to hair. Dior, Chanel and Emanuel Ungaro each channeled crosses between Madame Pompadour and Brian Setzer of the Stray Cats — varying the height of pinned-in...
Size mattered at the Paris shows this season, at least when it came to hair. Dior, Chanel and Emanuel Ungaro each channeled crosses between Madame Pompadour and Brian Setzer of the Stray Cats — varying the height of pinned-in poufs. On the flip side, small heads were equally prevalent: Odile Gilbert’s tiny French twists at Rochas, Orlando Pita’s tucked-under pageboys at Givenchy and Eugene Souleiman’s free-and-easy ponytails at Stella McCartney.
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