James Nash, who directed the hair for the Michael Lo Sordo show, wanted "simple, clean, beautiful, loose and soft" hair so he opted for a low pony, which was "ruffled," and then wrapped into a bun. The dishevelled look was easy to create, according to James—you tie the pony "tight, but not too tight," which allows you to manipulate and tease bits out at the top of the head. Only three products were used: Aveda Confix, Shaping Wax and Control Spray.
ps . . . Aveda was backstage doing its green thang: the eco-aware brand only partners with designers that support environmental leadership and responsibility . . . and they provided organic food backstage which was totally delicious and soooooooo welcome as the food around RAFW has been scarce to say the least. Bella = starving.