While he's typically known for sending full-on androgynous looks down the runway, Alexander Wang took a different approach for his Spring 2014 show. Beach waves and barely there makeup were the main looks of the evening. Guido for Redken opted to play with the natural texture of the models' hair, pulling inspiration from the '80s. Extensions were added, then curled, to achieve extra thickness. "It's Alexander Wang's take on big hair," Guido said. Diane Kendal for Nars focused on the skin, using only concealer and brow gel for the entire makeup look.
The one puzzle piece that fit Wang's typical aesthetic was the nails. Usually one to opt for texture, Wang asked for chalkboard nails. Lead nail artist Michelle Saunders used two coats of Essie Sand Tropez, followed by the brand's Matte About You top coat. It seems that at Alexander Wang, the more things change, the more they stay the same.