I’m absolutely awestruck by this look. In person, the hair was souffle-light, floating separate strand by separate strand through the air. I’ve never seen
anything like this before. Here’s what the pros told me about the look backstage:
Luigi Murenu on hair: "At Rick Owens, it’s a always a dream, a fairytale story. This is about lightness. If you look at the clothes against the structure of the hair, it was important to give this feeling of lightness. It’s going to be foggy and windy out on the runway – so we need wind to move through hair."
Key Product: Crimping
irons. Lots and lots of crimping irons.
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