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The backstage hairstyles coming out of the Milan and London shows sported wet effects, swirling and styling that was downright aggressive. Here's just a taste, courtesy of WWD.
Salvatore Ferragamo - Dsquared2 and Blumarine
Hair was combed back with gel and kept open or collected in a chignon.
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Antonio Marras - Artful Updo
Hair was an instrument of art at Antonio Marras, Stella Jean and I'm Isola Marras, creating playful and artistic updos.
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Simone Rocha - Braids with a Twist
A loose French braid was back-combed at the front at Simone Rocha for a rockabilly vibe while the Giles girls had two Elizabethan-style French plaits halfway down to the nape of the neck.
J.W. Anderson - Swooshes and Swirls
At J.W. Anderson, lengths were wrapped to form a swirling rope while at Thomas Tait, ponytails were "swooshed" to the side in a disc shape secured with a bobby pin. Looks were inspired by the circular patterns of the clothes in the shows.
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