Coach’s “C” print is among the most recognizable emblem designs in all of fashion-dom. Hitting peak ubiquity on the flip of the century, it fell a bit out of favor within the final decade; nevertheless, it is beginning to see a comeback, being touted in Selena Gomez’s Coach advert marketing campaign and on over 200 gadgets within the model’s present Signature assortment. One in all Coach’s capsule-collection designers apparently desires to see the well-known sample on extra than simply purses and footwear, although, sending a mannequin down a London Vogue Week runway with the Coach emblem dyed right into a buzzcut.
Mannequin Finn Buchanan was seen modeling for Matty Bovan, a designer who lately collaborated with Coach, sporting his common nearly-bald coiffure — however with a twist. As a transparent nod to Bovan’s capsule assortment, Elle stories that stylist Syd Hayes’ staff created a stencil that allowed colorist Josh Wooden to dye patches of Buchanan’s platinum hair shades of brown and black within the unmistakable “C” form.
Sensible? No. However then once more, neither are Bovan’s designs, which is arguably one of many causes they’re so superior.
Buchanan’s wasn’t the one buzzcut that went down Bovan’s runway. Wooden’s staff of colorists gave fashions Dree Hemingway, Tricia Akello, and Anna Rubin neon pink, teal, and brilliant crimson hair respectively, proving that buzzcuts are surprisingly versatile.
How the hair staff at Buchanan’s subsequent runway present will deal with undoing the Coach emblem is but to be seen. However the look is sure to be remembered lengthy after it is bleached away, dyed over, or shaved off.
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