At Marni, sun-kissed faces and slicked-back wet hair symbolize rebirth
The hair was designed to frame the face while maintaining a similar spirit to clothing and makeup. “It’s about making a raw statement that is already happening; each person is a character,” hairstylist Holli Smith said. “We put a lot of products in the hair to flatten it as much as possible, with and wet eyes. We make everyone feel together, but with their uniqueness and needs in mind. »
For dry hair, individual textures were enhanced, while the Dyson Corrale was used to flat iron some lower layers for a more streamlined effect. For fresh out of the water looks, locks were sprayed with invisible oil from Bumble and bumble, tweaked with the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer on low settings and re-moistened with spray bottled water just before Track. “[Francesco wanted the hair] to look unique and kinda messy and bad-good, so I felt like I could really give it to her,” Smith laughed. “It’s my taste too.”
Half art school, half modern bohemian, the beauty codes of the Marni house are stronger than ever and all the more brilliant as they are inspired by the sky, which symbolizes birth and rebirth every day. As Risso’s notes point out: “Sunset is not a phenomenon of the sun unfolding on the horizon; but a phenomenon of body– set the sky on fire.