As a matter of fact, the Tudor-meets-Diana-Ross-in-Mahogany vibe was very praying-hands-emoji. fringe moment was legendary: So was the digital Pucci print glam.
Every sequin and strand of beads is like a playful fuck-you to hegemonic masculinity: And truth be told, this wasn’t even my favorite of Palomo’s shows.
We love how her undercut has slightly grown out for a feathered look that still looks clean.
Keep your cut super short for an androgynous look like the one that British model Agyness Deyn rocks here. Bonus: this super minimal cut will be easy to maintain and keep fresh.
Originally a style prevalent among working class men, it’s now being rocked by women of all shapes and sizes. It showcases a new side of femininity that doesn’t traditionally figure into what a beautiful woman looks like.
Take your undercut to the next level by using it as the base for a mohawk hairstyle!
Proving that the undercut isn’t just for young women, Yasmin Le Bon rocked this look when she was 47 years old!
Slick back your hair to channel this classy and subtle look with a hardcore edge.
The tame tailoring in black and white was gorgeous, but like also kind of meh and I don’t really get the proportions on that tiered ruffle knit.
But the fantasy is so potent and the narrative is so focused plus there’s literal actual fashion happening like it’s honestly such a bop.