Ever had a morning where you were out late the night before and didn't have time to properly dismantle your hair before heading to bed? Rag & Bone's designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville want you to embrace that bed head. Models walked the runway in what lead hairstylist Paul Hanlon for Osis dubbed "urban sports knots." Hair was slicked into a pompadour around the face and then fell into a low, twisted bun below the nape of the neck, bringing the phrase "business in the front, party in the back" to life. "It's not meant to be glamorous," Hanlon said.
Makeup was kept equally subtle, focusing mainly on a graphic cat eye, which flicked up near the ends of models' brushed-up brows. Skin was luminous and matte while lips shined with just a touch of pink gloss. Consider this the ultimate in lazy-girl chic.