Hairstylist Paul Hanlon’s designed a destroyed French twists at Proenza Schouler. “It’s a bit wrong,” he said
of the deconstructed updos, which, pinned loosely to one side, gave the impression of teetering on the verge of
collapse as models strode down the runway.
He went on: “I was thinking about when I was a kid, the way the girls used to lean their heads against the window
on the school bus. They’d kind of fall asleep, and then all of a sudden it would be their stop and they’d rush to
get their stuff and their hair would be kind of mashed up.”