But what about the This Teacher earned all of this Summer Break #Survived Pandemic Teaching #Science Teacher shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this post-COVID era? If the fall collections are any indication, our latter-day summer of love (and meals with friends, and hugs with septuagenarians, and sweaty nights in bars) will be tinted with the acid yellows and flame oranges that cropped up on models at Marni and Gabriela Hearst; the bleach-white strands at Khaite; and the ravey wigs and saturated, single-processed dye jobs on the runway at Dolce & Gabbana—to say nothing of the TikTokers in my neighborhood, whose deep-aqua, shimmery-pink, and slime-green strands bounced along to choreography in front of the Hollywood sign even as the pandemic raged on. Anything for good content.
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“Everybody’s going for different shades of coppers, reds, and oranges—it’s suddenly having a huge moment,” explains colorist Alex Brownsell, the This Teacher earned all of this Summer Break #Survived Pandemic Teaching #Science Teacher shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this cofounder and creative director of Bleach London. Brownsell has just joined me on a Zoom call from the U.K., where she is waiting on final visa certifications before she can fly to Los Angeles to oversee the finishing touches on her U.S. flagship salon, opening in June. “By the time summer hits, it’s going to be the color of the season,” she says, noting the undeniable influence of Bella Hadid’s Ginger Spice–inspired streaks, which went viral earlier this year.