Long-haired coat by Bottega Veneta, stylist’s own shearling belt, oversized shearling mittens by Max Mara, shearling yeti boots custom-made by Markus Wernitznig. Photography by Jackie Nickerson, Styling by Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji

Seven Ways to Wear Fluff, Fuzz and Hair This Winter

Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji demonstrate how to pull off the hairiest of trends this season, photographed by Jackie Nickerson for AnOther Magazine A/W17

Add texture to your winter look in two shakes of a lamb’s tail by throwing on a coat, hat or scarf made from shearling, faux fur or goat hair this season. It was seen aplenty on the runways of A/W17, with the likes of Mrs Prada presenting her Miu Miu collection – heavily laden with bulbous, fluffy silhouettes – against the backdrop of a fuzzy purple runway.

Here, Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji style seven ways to wear the trend, photographed by Jackie Nickerson for the latest issue of AnOther Magazine, keeping you cosy and fabulous in equal measure this December. 

1. Yeti

Who is to say that the yeti, a mainstay of Nepalese mythology, should remain so? With this powder pink long-haired Max Mara coat, you can bring an element of folklore into your everyday wardrobe.

2. Beefeater

A tall bearskin hat, traditionally worn as a ceremonial garment by the guardians of the Tower of London, gets the John Galliano treatment with a flattened goat-hair iteration forming a thatch of glossy black fluff. 

3. Flamingo

Gossamer, flamingo-coloured feathers become the most unlikely headpiece thanks (again) to the incomparable work of Miuccia Prada. 

4. Lawn

Blend in with your back garden in a grass green fur coat. Never has Autumn/Winter been so verdant.

5. Explorer

Louise Arner Boyd was an arctic explorer and the first woman to fly over the North Pole in 1955. Channel her sense of adventure and penchant for the cold in a trapper hat and alpaca coat.

6. Peachy

Peach fuzz gets a sartorial makeover with a fur coat by Givenchy in the hue of neon apricot. 

7. Pink & Red

Sex up pink fur with a pair of lipstick red knee-high leather boots, and a shearling belt the colour of Cabernet Sauvignon. 

Hair: Jawara Wauchope at Bryant Artists using Bumble and Bumble. Make-up: Nami Yoshida at Bryant Artists using Nars. Model: Jing Wen at Elite London. Casting: Piotr Chamier. Digital tech: Tim Grant. Photographic assistant: Andy Moores. Styling assistants: Chloe Grace Press, Rebecca Perlmutar, Abigail Adler, Nicola Chan, Sunnie Fraser and Tess Pisani. Casting assistants: Natalia Farnaus and Olivia Langner. Production: Freddie De Santiago at Sylvia Farago Ltd

These images originally appeared in Autumn/Winter 2017 issue of AnOther Magazine, which is on sale now.

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