Wiggin’ Out


“It’s loosely based on the hairstyle of a Buddhist monk, where it’s shaved at the neck and shaped into a bowl. I’m calling it the ‘monk buzz cut’. It’s ugly hair for beautiful clothes — I think that’s very stylish. This is when having a bad-hair day works.” — Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman at Haider Ackermann

Sticky Notes


Craft gloves came out at shows like Monique Lhuillier (right), where makeup artist Val Garland created a synthetic highlight with bits of Cellophane. At Anna Sui (centre), makeup pro Pat McGrath patted chunky glitter onto the centre of models’ bare eyelids. Paillettes appeared at Antonio Marras (left).

City Slicker


The slick hair at Peter Som (centre) was made possible with the help of mousse applied liberally to thoroughly dry (yes, dry) hair. Work the wet look with a half-up-half-down style like at Thakoon (right), or brush hair back like at Marni (left).



Rebels and rock stars inspired the pierced brows at Rodarte (centre). At Dries Van Noten (left), makeup artist Peter Philips traced gold eyeliner down the centre of model’s lips. At Anthony Vaccarello, lobes were dipped in chunky black glitter.

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