Interesting twists on the classic bun ranged from feminine to tough.
Spotted at: Rodarte, Bill Blass, Narciso Rodriguez, Prada. To create a look for Rodarte that she called “modern, visual and graphic,” hairstylist Odile Gilbert folded hair into flat, geisha-inspired shapes. She sealed them with Aveda Air Control hairspray and added extensions in contrasting colors. At Bill Blass, Eugene Souleiman paired low, slick buns with defined side parts for a look he said was “sexy and androgynous—for a lady, but a bad lady.”