Brian’s Celeb Hair Guide To The Louis Vuitton SS24 Show

Pharell shut down the Pont Neuf, the busiest bridge in Paris above the iconic Seine River, for his history-making Louis Vuitton spring & summer menswear debut — with everyone in attendance from Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Jay-Z to Lenny Kravitz, Zendaya, and our very own Brian O-Connor. 

The SS24 showcase kept the classic Louis Vuitton Keepalls and Trunks in their signature Damier print, but splashed them with brilliantly bold tonal colors like cobalt, kelly green, yellow, and cherry red. An unexpected star of the show was a shiny metallic trunk, which Pharell described as embodying the “healing” powers of copper — a testament to the huge difference a color can make.

Amongst the star-studded guest list, we also found plenty of attendees playing with vibrant color in their hair as a self-expression of the unique style they were bringing to the sidelines of the runway — and we can’t wait to recreate some of these celebrity-inspired looks.

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Naomi Campbell is a fashion legend and she doesn’t need to do much to make a statement. Taking a page from Pharell’s look, she elevated her classic Louis Vuitton look with touches of purple in her serene lavender streaks.

Brian’s Tip: To recreate Naomi’s streaks, you’ll need a custom mix! For your color, you’ll want to use 75% Stage Dive and 25% Front Row

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Spotted sitting alongside none other than the one and only Kim Kardashian, Jared Leto showed up to Pharell’s first show for Louis Vuitton with an all-white fit and bleached brows, reserving pops of color for a bright red smokey eye and the vibrant teal ends of his hair.

Brian’s Tip: Dipping your tips into GDY’s Narwhal will give you the perfect aqua accent to match Jared’s teal tips.

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Jackson Wang is no stranger to gemini hair on and off the stage. It’s the perfect way to get the best of both worlds when you can’t decide between business on one side and party on the other side. 

Brian’s Tip: If you’re looking to recreate Jackson’s twin tresses, I suggest a 50-50 mix of Stoned Pony and Grave Digger.