Fine, maybe this hairstyle wouldn’t be your first choice in going to meet your in-laws for the first time, but perhaps you can take some inspiration from the creative genius nevertheless. To echo Yohji Yamamoto’s primitive inspirations in the collection, hairstylist Eugene Souleiman wove blanket stitches throughout models’ hair, evoking a time before brushes, hairspray, and even elastic bands. The result was intricately tactile and imminently pretty.
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