AKA: how to master off-duty model texture
Look past Alessandro Michele's wildly eccentric vision for Cruise '17 - all fancifully clashing prints and flashes of sequins - and what you'll find is a surprisingly pared back beauty look peeping beneath those embroidered hats, grandma spectacles and embellished headscarves.
Because the Gucci girl's hair and make-up isn't as out there as you might expect - in fact, it's a natural - and necessary - antidote to all that look. "It's beautiful, off-duty hair that's uncontrived and looks effortlessly chic," says Sydney stylist Anthony Nader, who on more than one occasion has tended to models' tresses backstage at Gucci shows. "It's about embracing the natural texture of the hair and working with it." Read: this is one look that's ridiculously easy to pull off at home. Click through the gallery above for Nader's step-by-step Gucci girl how-to - '70s headwear optional.