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8 posts tagged "Peter Gray"

Now Sparkling: Scalp Bedazzling


Nicole Richie was one of the hippie headband’s strongest proponents when the thin DIY accoutrements had their second coming in the early aughts. Her reality television days are long behind her, but the designer and mother of two still seems to have a fondness for those headbands, as evidenced by her cameo at a Baby2Baby event last night in LA. Richie not only strung up a strand of rhinestones across her forehead, but along her part, too—à la Peter Gray’s sparkly accoutrements backstage at Badgley Mischka. Scalp adornment: Can you get into it?

Photo: Alexandra Wyman / WireImage ; Luca Cannonieri /

The Barrette: It’s Ba-aaack


Not so long ago, we lived for barrettes. In seventh grade, it was plastic baby clips in the mold of ducks, birds, and other similarly infantile shapes, and then it was barrettes of the multicolored, mini-sized Goody variety, which have since been discontinued and which we buy in bulk should we happen upon them at an outdated pharmacy. So, you can understand why we’re quite pleased to see the youthful hair accessory having a major moment for Spring. We’ve already mentioned the chunky plastic pieces Cynthia Rowley whipped up for her show this weekend and the plain silver metal bars hair stylist Odile Gilbert used to create a sleek, graphic silhouette at Prabal Gurung. And it just keeps getting better! Orlando Pita and his crack team of coif masters assembled barrettes covered in actual hair to hold and seamlessly blend into models’ own tresses at Carolina Herrera on Monday, mimicking the silhouette of fluid, belted Korean robes. Then yesterday, Peter Gray strung up bejewled golden charms onto bobby pins and inserted them into big, soft, Seventies-era coifs at Badgley Mischka before a rousing Rodarte show where Gilbert was called on yet again to insert ten different barrettes the Mulleavy sisters made with their own hands into sixties-style, rough-dried, easy, California-girl hair. It was cute, it was classic, and it looked amazing with their gold dresses, which we definitely wouldn’t have appreciated back in middle school, but would love to slip into now. Some things change, some stay the same.

Photo: Clockwise from top left, courtesy of Aveda at Rodarte; Bryan Bedder / Getty Images at Cynthia Rowley; Frazer Harrison / Getty Images at Badgley Mischka; Luca Cannonieri / at Carolina Herrera

Looped In: A Preview Of The Look


Later this week, we’ll launch our January installment of The Look, a beauty feature in which we flesh out a trend that we’ve deemed worthy of the spotlight. This time around, curls take the stage. Not since Andie MacDowell’s late-eighties heyday—remember Sex, Lies, and Videotape?—have we seen hair this big and bouncy. Call it the trickle-up effect of the fashion world’s embrace of the era, but curly hair is popping up on the runway, on the red carpet, and in an increasingly large number of editorial spreads—take, for instance, Numéro magazine’s “Magie noire” story featuring a barely recognizable Jessica Stam with a frizzy coif courtesy of hairstylist Peter Gray. Long overdue, we say. Ladies, to your diffusers! Log on this Friday for more on the trend.

Photo: Miguel Reveriego for Numéro 99, January 2009