August 22 2014

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Surf’s Up at Proenza


Perhaps in an attempt to get in on Spring’s emerging hair color craze, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez asked Frédéric Fekkai hairstylist Didier Malige and his backstage team to conjure up a slew of California surfer girls for the Proenza Schouler presentation last night—including two would-be wave-catchers with teal and lavender locks for an added edge. We totally get the rough seaside texture created with Fekkai Beachcomber Leave-In Conditioner and spritzes of Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Tousled Wave Spray (if you can’t get to the beach, get yourself some beach waves). But the oddly placed color creations achieved with non-peroxide-based, temporary pigments were a touch harder to get behind. Thoughts on the dye jobs and any nascent plans for summer streaks?

Photo: Greg Kessler



  1. BenjaminR says:

    I think the girls look incredible with those threads and it totally suits the collection! 10/10 for the runway.

    Now the colours on the street? If you had the balls for it, as a temporary dye for a party maybe, it could look great. As a permanent thing, no way – but those dyes that Didier Malige would have used would be wash-out anyway. It would be a risk but that’s what makes life fun, no?

  2. bellestarr says:

    Those girls look totally washed out and the hair colors are unattractive and aging. Are they suppposed to look like some kind of sea creatures? Terrible trend.

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