The appealing collection and high twist and braids hairstyles for 2017 in Jean Paul Gautier's couture collection seem to be far more than we expected. This designer has always been extravagant but never going close to nature and forest really. He rather surrounded his shows with the best front rows and super model squad and showed viral in-city collections. However, this time the fashion house seems to be in the mood of escape to the woods, that the models state loudly with their incredible looks. The long cardigans of dark green and brown look like trees, combined with fox orange fur and knitted jackets, all looks like hunters and animals, both enjoying their journey in the moods. On the other hand there are some romantic dresses that remind us of forest nymphs we have read about in childhood. As for runway hairstyles of the couture show they are all cornrows and braids with twists ending up in a huge bun, more looking like African-American hairstyles, thus becoming more provocative and aggressive.
Braided bun hairstyles Gaultier Couture
One can hardly imagine where such clothing can take and generally where to wear it. Though some of the looks represent business style suits and skirts, the other fall coats, I am not quite sure that any of us will love to wear them either to red carpet or to work. However, when we come to hair solutions, the high braided and twisted bun for white women is impressive and worthy.
Braids hairstyles 2017 Jean Paul Gaultier Show
To suit the whole show the majority of the models are brown haired. Not just brown, but a bit of orange and gold and extremely glossy, reflecting light in the woods. Curiously enough, this high updo hairstyles of the Couture collection really fit the spirits of the forest theme, the twists on the bun look like little snakes, merging with each other and injecting the atmosphere with mother nature vibes.
Twist and braids bun hairstyles with bangs from Couture Fall 2016
Several models hit the runway with bun hairstyles with bangs. Can this be one of the hair trends 2017? Bangs and such twists buns do look cool and appealing together but to become a mass trend they seem to be too complicated.
Photos: courtesy of Vogue