In every fashion show, it is important that there is an overall union between the clothes and the styling. For the Bec & Bridge show at Australian fashion week (MBFWA) it was the task of ghd to create a spring 2013 hairstyle that would compliment the brand’s collection.
The collection was very much oriental inspired which is why an origami-like chignon was created by Alan White for the show. Fun, unique, and sophisticated, the hairstyle mixed the stark shapes of origami with a modern texture and tousle. You can recreate this chic East-meets-West hairstyle for yourself by following the steps after the break.
How to: Bec and Bridge origami chignon
to enhance shine
Origami is a an art form appreciated all over the world and when you use it for a hairstyle the result is nothing short of gorgeous. This hairstyle is a great variation of the chignon giving it a unique twist that’s perfect for the modern times.