Pink Hair Is All the Rage—Just Like it Was In 1914
If you haven’t been following the style press for the past yr or two, you might not have observed that pink hair has left the realm of the tremendous weird and migrated to the realm of the trend ahead. (Perhaps you might be also thinking that latest prom hairstyles this distinction is somewhat slight.) For the Spring 2011 reveals final September, designers like Zac Posen and Giles despatched fashions down the runway with cherry-coloured streaks and salmon-y highlights. By the Fall 2011 shows this February, Harper’s Bazaar observed pink heads of hair on the runways of Richard Chai, United Bamboo, and Prabal Gurung. It was officially a trend. The poster woman for the type is Charlotte Free , an 18-year-old model who has been compared to Kate Moss ; she set herself apart during the Fall season with tresses colored, for different exhibits, a number of various shades of pink. (The Telegraph has a slideshow of Free’s a number of hues, which also illustrates the trend as worn by musicians Nicki Minaj, Ellie Goulding, Avril Lavigne, and, oddly, John Cale.) At the intersection of high trend and excessive weird, Vogue’ s March cover featured Lady Gaga wearing a pale pink bobbed wig that seemed one half Jazz Age flapper, one half Milla Jovovich within the Fifth Factor (solely pinker).