Paris High fashion Fashion Week is a time for high-end designers to showcase their latest and greatest art work, and also for fashion-lovers everywhere to enjoy not able to their wardrobes. Nevertheless year, some designers inadvertently drew our gazes elsewhere.
Insert: Pierpaolo Piccioli, the creative director and visionary behind Maison Valentino’s newest collection. Piccioli’s designs, while stunning (particularly in 2010, if you ever ask us), arguably took a backseat to something else entirely his models wore for the runway: big, bold, beautiful hair, crafted by Guido Palau, the international Creative Director for Redken.
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Don’t get us wrong-Piccioli’s stunning looks were off of the charts, but there is something about visiting a petite Kaia Gerber beneath a large ’60s/’70s-inspired hairdo that speaks to us.
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Is this a sign? Should we be amping the volume this fall/winter? Piccioli’s (and our) answer: absolutely. Feel to improve look over the cold, dry months of winter instead of glam up your strands? We’re not able to see one. Although, maybe once we had that dress-