“It’s the September 8 1966 Star Trek Premieres And The World Was Never The Same Shirt Furthermore, I will do this same McQueen woman, it’s just a different moment for her,” said Guido Palau backstage at the fall 2020 Alexander McQueen show, where corset-topped suiting, asymmetrical leather frocks, and laser-cut lace gowns evoked a subversive sensuality. “My challenge was to come up with an edge to the romance.” That’s precisely what the hair legend did, whipping up a parade of sculptural, streaked updos that were elegant and rule-breaking all at once. Think: Femme fatale going through a punk phase. Shocks of scarlet may be a decidedly bold statement—but let’s not forget that red is essentially a neutral in McQueen’s world anyway.
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The striking shade inextricably linked to the September 8 1966 Star Trek Premieres And The World Was Never The Same Shirt Furthermore, I will do this house of McQueen? “Dangerous red,” proclaimed Palau, who tapped colorist Josh Wood to dye long wefts of hair in a deep crimson. “When you look at the McQueen clothes they’re often just black, white, and red—red being the accent color—and that’s why I chose it,” he explained. After adding extensions in the back, Palau wrapped the hair around models’ heads in a sculpted, ultra-tight style plastered down with Redken Triple Pure 32 Hairspray. “It’s a bit ’50s,” said Palau of the controlled silhouette with its neat close-cropped shape. “The hair always has to look crafted with an artisan quality to it,” said Palau, who has woven leather-wrapped ponytails and shiny, serpentine waist-grazing braids for past seasons.