“Christopher isn’t afraid to layer references and take creative risks,” hairstylist Naeemah LaFond, said of Rogers, whose dazzling lineup of directional hairstyles spanned decades in shape and texture. The undeniable standout? A set of “flying twists” that LaFond sculpted into the air with extra reinforcement by way of fishing wire.

Colorful Hair Accents As Art at Dries Van Noten

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While conceptualizing Dries Van Noten’s spring hair look, hairstylist Sam McKnight was inspired by American artist Tony Viramontes and the bold, graphic lines he famously drew on his illustrations and photographs. As such, McKnight molded models lengths into glossy finger waves accented by a single neon streak along the hairline, and then added stacks of colored bobby pins between the waves for an unexpected pop art punch.

Gothic-Chic Twinning Has a More is More Moment at Maison Margiela

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Echoing the gothic undercurrents of his tango-inspired collections, John Galliano’s Maison Margiela beauty look hinged on extreme after-dark beauty touches. The standout moment? Models and twin sisters Maddie and Margo Whitley channeling the The Shining with matching pencil-thin brows, smoky eyes, and black lipstick. Let the Halloween moodboarding begin.

Quarantine-Proof Fringe Rules at Paco Rabanne

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While the spring collections saw many takes on bangs—from micro to side-swept—it was at Paco Rabanne that the style had its most dramatic moment. In a nod to the current moment and its call for hairstyles that can go months between salon visits, hairstylist Duffy gave select models long, cheek-grazing fringe that intentionally covered their eye offering at least one way to steer clear of a DIY bangs fail.