Once you tie your hair up, your bun might grow its own bun.
“Altitude Slickness,” photographed by Sølve Sundsbø; W magazine March 2012.
Mastering the art of seduction, one casual topknot at a time.
“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine March 2015.
A teetering, carefully sculpted updo is kind of like a bun, right?
“Model Mania,” photographed by Michael Thompson, styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine November 2012.
A classic ballet bun — with a few strategic flyaways — makes the perfect pair with a sultry, dramatic eye.
Backstage at Diane Von Furstenberg Fall 2015, photographed by Olivia Locher; W magazine February 2015.
The chopsticks-through-bun look gets elevated — literally. A bun on top of the head is quite the upgrade.
Gisele Bundchen in “The G Spot”; W magazine July 2007.
Designer Ashley Williams takes the phrase “topknot” quite seriously.
“The New Guard,” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine April 2013.
Watch out — your bun might even contain an entire world.
“Magical Thinking,” photographed by Tim Walker, styled by Jacob K; W magazine March 2012.
While the ballet bun is all about sleek (aerodynamic!) hair, Vera Wang’s Fall 2015 buns left everything hanging out. Especially clips and loose ends.
Backstage at Vera Wang Fall 2015, photographed by Olivia Locher; W magazine February 2015.
Buns on buns: the look of the future.
W magazine March 2007.