Fyodor Golan took us on a surreal journey through Mayan civilizations, deserts of amber, tattooed tribes and wind-blown chiffon, with the Spring/Summer 2013 collection which finds itself at the base of The Holy Mountain.
Once again they have summarised an eclectic and intense set of visual inspiration into an amazing assemblage on the female form of wide tile-like weaves, swirling prints on chiffon and blues colliding with desert hues.
The hair was styled into a series of connected ponytails to reinforce and accentuate the angles and panelling in the tribal-inspired collection.
The look was created by the stylists of ghd, who share how you can recreate the look at home.
1. Use the ghd air to quickly blow dry product-free hair smooth, training the roots back toward the crown of the head.
2. Create a diamond shaped section at the nape of the head and use an elastic band to secure a low centre ponytail.
3. Make the large remaining section of hair damp with water and ghd Style Total Volume.
4. Use the ghd Detangling Comb to create raked texture by comb curving hair (from the front to the back) towards the centre of the head to get more pronounced lines. Secure with an elastic band in a high ponytail.
5. Starting with the top ponytail, remove any excess moisture by running a ghd Ceramic Vented Radial Brush and the ghd air (on a medium heat and medium speed) through the ponytail.
6. Use the ghd Gold Max styler to quickly flatten the ponytail, then tie an elastic band 1.5inches from the first elastic band to create height. Flatten the ponytail again with the ghd Gold Max styler.
7. Repeat steps 5 -6 on the bottom ponytail.
8. Tie the top ponytail to the bottom pony using an elastic band. Cover the elastic by wrapping a 2cm section of hair from the lower ponytail around the elastic band. Secure with ghd Style Final Fix Hairspray to keep the hair flat and shiny.
9. Spray ghd Style Final Shine Spray onto the raked texture at the front of the head for amazing textured shine on the runway.
Femalefirst Taryn Davies