BROADCAST: How To Style the Season's Hottest Hair with Windle and Moodie
Dec 02, 2011 - by Jessica Lapidos
The top runway hair trends of Fall 2011 were wielded by the hair stylist superstars of Windle and Moodie. This London based salon by Paul Windle and Neil Moodie is truly run by masters. Paul Windle was the principal of the Vidal Sassoon schools back in the 80s, and left in '88 to open his own Salon. His prominence grew in the 90s in editorial and on the runway, styling a good number of Vogue covers. He's also the reason his swear-by products Bumble and Bumble got so popular in the UK. If you're in Londontown, you may even snag a coveted appointment for a haircut by Windle himself. Neil Moodie took a moment to shows us how to get the season's coolest hair. From the tough ponied tomboy girlfriend to the teased, hurried and extreme hair of the Fall '11 runways, Moodie takes you step by step here.
Neil Moodie engineered the "tough pony" for the BCBG Max Azria show here in NY, but it was also seen at Rochas and Calvin Klein. This self-wrapped pony is easy to do yourself.
Girl On The Run
Made for the Margaret Howell show in London, This 'do is totally low maintenance, and perfect for underneath a brim. The look was also seen at Burberry Prorsum, Maison Martin Margiela and Custo Barcelona
Juxtaposing sheen with matte, this look stripes the hair for contrast. Done by Moodie for the Just Cavalli, it was also used in various forms at Herve Leger, Mark Fast and Pinko.
Done by Moodie for the Ruffian show, the big tease is pulled in tight. The look was also seen at Donna Karan, Fendi and Bottega Veneta.