For his current couture presentation, designer Giambattista Valli was inspired by hairstyle trends from the 1960s and thus created an alternative to the casual home office style.
Giambattista Valli is not a fan of the simple home office bun: His spectacular hairstyle alternatives
Those looking for a more eye-catching hair statement than, say, the average bun, could find fresh inspiration in Giambattista Valli's Spring / Summer 2021 couture collection, which went digital on Monday. He showed off the most elaborate updos since the outbreak of the pandemic. In addition, the hair was given mega-volume at the base and was tied into a half ponytail, which fell in a wave-like shape onto another curly and very deeply tied ponytail. The hair was adorned all over with pinned flowers and girlish bows.
Marisa Berenson, VOGUE 1967 © Gianni Penati
Hairstylist Odile Gilbert was inspired by photos from the 1960s by Benedetta Barzini and Marisa Berenson, who often wore their dark hair high on their heads and styled them into sculptural forms, for these great voluminous hairstyles. And if big hair isn't for you, why not tuck your hair back in a delicate bow and add some volume to the roots for a more subtle version of the retro style?
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