On Saturday Moschino‘s models marched down the runway like a troupe of tough, recession bustin’ generals. Their severely slicked back hair, which had been curled into rock solid loopy contortions, could have been sleek little helmets. Backstage we found the man behind the manes—Eugene—who had already combed his way through D&G and Missoni‘s shows. “For looks like these the only thing to use was High Hair by Wella—it’s like liquid concrete,” the hair maestro explained. “The look I was after for this catwalk show were the rockabilly quiffs we used to see in the fifties.” So, no generals? Rockabilly quiffs are just as good.
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