Twisted knot

AW20 trends – Reed Hive and Twisted Knot

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Shows spanning the fashion capitals leaned into the past for a plethora of inspiration for AW20. Missoni showed 00s poker straight hair while Rodarte teamed a 40s sartorial look with lived in waves. Kenzo took us back to grungier 90s in post rave textures to name just a few who looked to the past to shape the future. Here ghd ambassador Adam Reed shares his favourite trends for AW20.

ghd Reed HiveAW20 Reed Hive

Bardot’s iconic signature beehive, with maximalist aesthetic has time and time again been the inspiration from day hair to editorial glossy looks, it really epitomises timeless style.

ghd twisted knotGet the look

Step 1: Smooth the front sections into a side parting.

Step 2: Working from the middle of the head to the crown in horizontal sections, backcomb the crown area.

Step 3: Smooth back the high side of the parting.

Step 4: Place a line of bobby pins up the back to secure.

Step 5: Fold the opposite side around and pin.

Step 6: Smooth the fringe area down with hairspray to create a vinyl finish.

Step 7: Secure with an opposing coloured bobby pin to detail.

ghd twisted knotAW20 Twisted Knot

Anna Sui showcased how high folding and pinning created dimension and intrigue to styling this season. Inspired by 1940s rolls, these relaxed versions bought a strong sense of modernity to these classic looks.

ghd twisted knotGet the look

Step 1: Using ghd oval dressing brush, smooth the front two sections up into a high pony.

Step 2: Secure with an elastic.

Step 3: Bring the back two sections up into the top pony.

Step 4: Secure with an elastic.

Step 5: Tie into a top knot.

Step 6: Use a personalised barrette to secure.

Step 7: Manipulate the shape.

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