Before the lovely ladies of the Marc Jacobs and Marc by Marc Jacobs shows (followed by Topshop in London) strutted down the catwalk in frizzed-out glory, we thought frizz was to be avoided at all costs. It still seemed a little too good to be true that frizz could be (gulp) stylish.
It certainly looked pretty on all the freakishly gorgeous models but is it really meant for the real world? A question I was not sure I could answer. I thought about trying the technique Guido used for the girls backstage at MJ and Marc by MJ however it seemed like it would be a lot of effort to create something I have tried so desperately to avoid in the past.
Enter Cecilia Dean, co-founder of Visionaire and all-around stylish lady. She always looks stunning and put together regardless of the occasion. What would be considered a fashion risk for most, she wears effortlessly. Jealous? (I am.)
You can typically find Cecilia wearing a simple, pulled back hairstyle. Often times her hair is the most understated part of her look. However, she was recently spotted bringing the runway frizz to the streets! I was floored- on her, this hair actually worked. Does it work because she's a fashion phenom? Maybe. But you've got to admit, girl is working it. Cecilia, thank you for paving the way for the rest of us to give this potentially disastrous 'do a whirl. You look amazing.