Hold onto your hacky sacks; the ’90s are coming back in a big way. Well, ’90s hair, at least. On Saturday Guido Palau clamped the ponytails at Alexander Wang with a retro banana clip, and hairstylist Anthony Turner sent models with comb headbands down the runway at Prabal Gurung last night. Don’t you just love the nod to yesteryear?
“It’s reminiscent of the ‘day after,’” Claudio Lazo, Turner’s hair co-collaborator, told the Cut. Lazo and Turner wanted a playful, modern antidote to the rich colors in the clothes. “Think of going to yoga class on Sunday morning and your hair’s slightly done from the night before. You add a little water to slick down the hairline. You twist the ponytail into a figure eight bun. It looks...
Prabal Gurung is known for his inspiring, inclusive, and powerful runways during New York Fashion Week—and his Fall 2018 show last night was no exception.
Backstage, the mood was set for models walking the show with empowering posters reading positive mantras like "Your voice is your power: use it for justice" hanging on the walls.
Ciao Bella ✨ A #bts moment with #pgmuse @bellahadid before she closed the Fall 2018 show. 🎥 @kylarae_ Backstage set by @papyrus #pgworld #femininitywithabite #pgnyfw #nyfw #modernglamour
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Furthering the feminist tone of the evening, the front row included #MeToo founder Tarana Burke (attending her first ever fashion show), Janet Mock, Laverne Cox, Whoopi Goldberg, Huma Abedin, and Cardi B.