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Proenza Schouler Fall 2011

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Paul Hanlon (Fekkai): It's funny—it's simple hair, but it actually takes a while to do! Jack and Lazaro always want their girls to feel a bit easy, a bit cool; it's this 'once was done and now is undone' thing. I was looking at pictures of Sissy Spacek, Ali MacGraw, Cher...for me, it's very Native American, like the Apache Indian hair. Very heavy...dreadlock-y, in a way. There's lots of extensions but we're razoring the ends so it really looks grown out. We're starting to braid it but then we're tying it and pulling all the pieces out, so it's tangled and wispy. There's also this gradation of texture: it's very chic and shiny at the top, with Sheer Hold hairspray, and then very tangled at the bottom, using Ocean Waves spray. It's funny because looking around, some of the makeup artist's assistants already have this hair!

Diane Kendal (MAC): The boys were influenced by the American West—sun, sand, Indian fabrics—and they wanted to keep that influence in the face. So we're doing really warm skin tones, very blended, with eyebrows brushed out and slightly feathered. The eye is a taupe-y stone, blended out—I actually used a lip pencil, in Stone—and lips are toned down. This kind of bold, strong, 'no makeup' makeup look has definitely been a trend so far this season.