SO2 (Part 5)
Jamaican-blooded celebrity hairstylist Jawara Wauchope.


Jamaican-blooded celebrity hairstylist Jawara Wauchope styled the tresses of the models for Helmut Lang Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear Collection for NYFW.

The highly anticipated show was speckled with '90s inspiration. Accordingly, the make-up and hair looks were an ode to sleek beauty with a side of grit.

Everything from gel-slicked styles, to perfectly quaffed afros were crafted by Wauchope himself. The celeb hairstylist was inspired to create hairstyles that evoke the feeling of busily running around New York City. In an interview with Essence, Wauchope shared, "The looks represent all things cool, beautiful and chic [in] hair." In order to achieve this, Wauchope and team used Dyson tools and Bumble and Bumble products. "We wanted the hair to be really gritty with a lot of grease," he outlined.

Let's take a look at...

...Saint International model Tami Williams's fabulous NYFW run.

Jamaican-blooded celebruty hairstylist Jawara Wauchope for the Helmut Lang Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear Collection (Photo:
Williams also graced the runway in Look 31 from Prabal Gurung Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear Collection. (Photo: Dan lecca)
...before hitting the Sami Miro Vintage runway show a day later. (Photo: Giovanni Giannoni/WWD)
Tami Takes NYSaint International star Tami Williams walked the LaQuan Smith Spring 2024 Ready-to-wear. (Photo: Daniele Oberrauch /
The in-demand model glittered in gold at the Retrofête runway show on (Photo:

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