By Samantha Green
STUDY by Tara St. James
"Attack of the Clones" was the theme for hair. All models wore high pony tails. If the hair wasn't long enough, it was worn slicked back.
"Warrior Princess" was the inspiration. The models wore fishbone braids or multiple ponytials to achieve a Mohawk effect which was then finished with a connecting French Braid. Bodkin
"Super simple" was the directive here. Lara Miller
"Nick of time" where the models wore high, slick pony tails. House of Organics
"A Run Through Nature." The designer intended the models to look like children who had just come in from a run through nature. Mr. Larkin
The "morning after" was the look achieved. Think waking up the morning after the prom – the hairpins are still in place but the hair isn't. Izzy Lane
Back to the 60's. Think style icons Brigitte Bardot and Twiggy. All looks achieved using John Masters newest styling product suite.