"The inspiration isn't anything or anyone—it's the brand," said hair pro Guido Palau, who was on hand for Jason Wu's debut for Hugo Boss. Palau "amplified" the German label's "chic and rich" aesthetic by crafting a simple, low ponytail. A deep side part was made, Redken Satinwear lotion was added for smoothness, and strands were blown dry. He then coated his hands with Forceful 23 hairspray and raked the length into a low tail, tying it off with a string of black elastic to finish.
"We've been talking to Jason about architecture meets nature," explained Pat McGrath. The makeup guru translated this conversation into a soft, angular wing using a khaki green shadow. "We were playing between a green and a gray, and the green worked," she noted. The hue appears to be working for many a New York designer. Now, to see what the Europeans think.