We've always thought self-confessed fashion addict Roisin Murphy's hairstyle was an art form – and it seems like we're not the only ones... Having taken a look at the Catherine Malandrino show last night, we spotted a serious resemblance to Roisin's hair and those head-topping hair rolls she sported on the Diesel front row. And, yes, according to session stylist Odile Gilbert, it really was art. 'It's modern art without being pretentious,' she said of the up-do that was inspired by Man Ray photography. The style featured three round pieces of differently coloured and shaped hair pieces (30 models = 30 hair pieces!), which were then coiled, netted and hung over the forehead. What do you think of the extreme hair art?
Trending in Beauty
Sign up to our newsletter
Sign up for our latest Who What Wear direct to your inbox!
Please enter this information so that Bauer Media Group (the publisher of Grazia) can keep you up-to-date by email with fantastic offers and promotions. We promise that you can unsubscribe at any time if you don’t find them interesting and you'll only get messages about things that we've chosen especially for you from ourselves and our network of great partners whose products and services we think you'll enjoy.
Bauer Media Group consists of Bauer Consumer Media Ltd, Bauer Radio Ltd and H. Bauer Publishing Ltd.
Find fashion shows