This year, Ludwig Museum, the center of contemporary art, hosted the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Budapest, and proved to be the best fashion event in the city. The modern and minimalistic atmosphere of the venue offered a unique background for the the brand new Fall/Winter collections of Hungarian designers, and the event attracted the most fashionable crowd of the season, bringing the world of fashion and art closer than ever.Directed by STYLE.MASTER Juha-Matti Manninen, with Norbert Kozma and Nina Björkman, the KEVIN.MURPHY team of stylists created stunning looks for over 11 different designers and runway shows. This year’s shows featured natural, lived-in looks with soft texture enhanced with feminine hair embellishments. Get the full ‘how-to’ on three of our team’s runway hairstyles below!
THE LOOK: the retro, faux bob
- Apply a generous amount of ANTI.GRAVITY.SPRAY to the hair and blow dry in.
- Curl the front of the hair towards the face with a medium sized curling iron, and curl horizontal and back. Clip to cool.
- Create a scalp braid underneath around the occipital and stitch flat.
- Brush the top and create a ponytail with a little elevation.
- Braid the ends, stitch flat, and tuck the braid underneath.
- Finish with SESSION.SPRAY
THE LOOK: natural, lived-in hair
- Apply ANTI.GRAVITY.SPRAY to the hair and brush through.
- Separate hair in diagonal sections towards the face and wind around a flat, large cortex clip.
- Brush with SMOOTHING.BRUSH and finish with FRESH.HAIR, then tuck hair softly behind the ears.
THE LOOK: the done, undone top knot
- Create an off-center ponytail at the front of the hair, leaving the hairlines out.
- Create a soft bun to the front, leaving the ends out.
- Use fringe pins or geisha pins to secure and form a disheveled shape, pulling the hair softly to deform the bun.
- Finish with a mist of DOO.OVER.
Photos provided courtesy of Eszter Sara Cseh.