This season’s hair ethos? “It’s all about personality, individuality and respecting whatever the hair does,” said Laurent Philippon, hairstylist for Bumble and Bumble, backstage at Lacoste, who was using product only to add weight and texture to the models’ hair. At Alexander Wang, Guido Palau, global creative director for Redken, echoed that sentiment: “The whole vibe Alex wanted was very real.” (And if your natural hair is, well, underwhelming? Consider a cut. Palau chopped about 10 models’ hair for added oomph.) The models who led the your-hair-but-better/keeping-it-real charge: Mica Arganaraz, Lineisy Montero and Maria Borges.
Clockwise, from top left:
Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer ($31); Moroccanoil
Texture Clay ($28); Redken Pillow Proof Blow Dry Two Day Extender ($23.59); Bumble and Bumble Don’t Blow It (H)Air Styler ($37); Wella
EIMI Sugar Lift ($20)