If there’s one hair development we’re seeing pop up time and time once more in 2021, it’s the trendy beehive. Whereas we undoubtedly have Amy Winehouse to thank for the ’60s beehive resurgence of the ’00s, this yr the retro coiffure has been seen on numerous Style Week catwalks (assume the likes of Moschino, Christian Cowan, and Batsheva), on numerous awards-season crimson carpets, and extra not too long ago on Anya Taylor-Pleasure who stars in Edgar Wright’s upcoming psychological horror movie, Final Night time in Soho.
Taylor-Pleasure’s blonde beehive coiffure, that includes a blunt fringe and tender waves, is smart—the brand new movie is ready within the Swinging Sixties, and the actor performs wannabe singer Sandy. The official description reads, “A younger woman, enthusiastic about style design, is mysteriously capable of enter the Sixties the place she encounters her idol, a stunning wannabe singer. However Sixties London will not be what it appears, and time appears to crumble with shady penalties.” Final Night time in Soho not too long ago premiered on the Venice Movie Competition, and will likely be launched in cinemas on Friday, October 29.
We first noticed the model making a welcome comeback on the Brit Awards in Could, when Dua Lipa wore darkish hair pulled again right into a excessive voluminous bun with lengthy strands framing her face. Then, on the BAFTA TV Awards in June, Aimee Lou Wooden’s stylish up-do served all the trendy beehive drama.
The 26-year-old Intercourse Training star, who picked up the award for greatest feminine efficiency in a comedy, wore a flowing floral costume with assertion collar by Miu Miu, her signature winged eyeliner, and her hair in a delicate beehive with face-framing bangs.