Preternaturally voluminous hair that embodies the Italian bombshell past and present. Embellished hair accessories that frame the face to head-swivelling effect. Cool washes of pigment on the lids and cheeks in shades that recall the muted colours of the host city’s antique architecture. At Milan Fashion Week this season, the beauty looks stayed true to the glamour of la donna Italiana—while channelling the conceptual edge that has made its design industry world famous.
There was an overarching romance to it all, from Alberta Ferretti and Etro’s West Coast–inspired—think pared-down, yet gorgeous—waves to Fendi’s fairy-tale sculptings of fuzzy ringlets reminiscent of decades past. Not to mention, the shimmering, soft-focus gazes at Moschino and Missoni that added a hint of whimsy. Of course, there were also edgier, more boundary-pushing moments, such as Prada’s subversive twist on the ’60s with freshly shorn jagged micro-bangs and boyish pixie cuts and Marni’s graphic, jet-black negative space liner, which riffed on ancient Greece with a futuristic slant. Here, the six beauty trends from the Milan runways that are already taking hold of the collective conscious.
Curl Power Is Alive and Well
Romantic Hair Reigns Supreme
The Cat-Eye Gets Conceptual and Colourful
Imaginative Hair Accessories Are the New Crowning Touch
Cornrows kill it on the catwalk
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