The all-American girl, Ally Mcgraw, met Native Indian at Proenza today. Paul Hanlon created very long hair, like Cher in the 60's, with centre partings tied into a considered, half done ponytail that sat on the shoulder with a few bits left undone and falling out. The extensions, applied to each girl, allowed a billowy curtain of hair with no gaps, which looked groomed from the front and dishevelled from the back. 'There's a warm glow to the faces' Diane Kendal told us, which was the result of plenty of sculpting on the face, particularly in the eye socket and temples. The main feature? The feather pencil brows for an illusion of thicker, stronger brows. Goodbye bleach!
- Lauren Murdoch Smith in New York