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Here’s one hairstyle that may not take off the runway. Then again, you never know.
One of the strangest runway trends this season cropped up (get it?) all over.
Boyish crop cuts, straight fringes, and full pudding-bowl haircuts appeared on the runway for Spring 2014 as a hot, new (but pretty niche) trend.
In New York City, Marc Jacobs gave his girls choppy bleached blonde and lightly coloured hair in rounded cropped shapes. The pudding-bowl look added to the dystopian, naval look of the collection and the show, sitting above the models’ high necklines and ruffled black lace collars.
In Milan, Karl Lagerfeld also picked up the trend for his Fendi show. Black bowl cuts, again with messy chopped ends, were achieved by bluntly cutting at the models’ wigs. Some of them even had an asymmetrical kick of coloured fur attached into the hair at the back. Others wore the look with big retro sunglasses and chunky crystal earrings.
In Paris, Belgian designer Veronique Branquinho showed off smoother, slicker bowl-cut crops which gave off a sort of retro-futuristic vibe, matching the 1960s science-fiction mod outfits.
The gentlemen haven’t escaped either. In New York City, Duckie Brown styled all the boys in its Spring-Summer 2014 show with blunt cropped fringes, some of which extended around the head into a proper shaggy bowl cut.
So will you be whipping the pudding bowl and the scissors out, or is this one trend best left on the runway? – AFP Relaxnews
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