Prabal Gurung Spring/Summer 2012 Runway Show

Didier Malige, lead stylist for Frederic Fekkai, created a bold, sexy 90’s-inspired look to complement Prabal Gurung Spring/Summer 2012 Runway Show neo feminist collection. The style was confident and sporty with a feminine toughness as though the model just splashed water on her face following a workout.

Prabal Gurung Spring/Summer 2012 Runway Show

How to get the look…

Start by blow-drying hair straight, use a flat iron if necessary. Mist water throughout the top half of the head. Apply Fekkai COIFFTM Strong Hold Volume Mousse to wet hair to provide extra hold. Use a fine comb to create a center part and comb the mousse through the hair resulting in a slicked-back look. Spray Fekkai Advanced BRILLANT GLOSSINGTM Sheer Shine Mist over the wet hair for additional shine. Use the low setting on a hairdryer to set the look while maintaining the sleek, wet effect created in the front. Leave the bottom portion of the hair dry and natural. Secure the look with Fekkai COIFFTM Sheer Hold Hairspray.

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  1. Hi St Amour4, thanks for your post Of cosrue I would not like the music to clash with the mood, and I understand that designers are trying to create a mood but I have yet to see any catwalk image of a model (from any designer) that does not have the stoic, practically angry face on (I was also at the Pink event at Wesftield Valley Fair and felt the same way only one model actually broke her expression and it immediately lightened up the whole place.). The mood for these gowns should be glamour, or seduction, or high society but the models’ expressions take away from the outfits, in my opinion. Put that same dress on a model who is trying to seduce the audience with her expression and I’d probably think differently about the dress.

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