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You may recognize model of the moment Chloe Nørgaard from such fashion scenes as Rodarte's fall 2013 show, when the newbie turned heads with her bright yellow and red tresses. Or the season before, when the model went green, blue, orange and pink for Marrimeko. Or when she appeared in Harper's Bazaar, shot by Terry Richardson, with a veritable rainbow on her head.
This season, the 22-year-old has settled on a bright, grassy shade of green. "I dye it myself once a week, sometimes every two weeks; it just depends on the color and how bright or faded I want it to be," she told Vogue in July. "In terms of what's possible, you have to think of the color wheel a little bit. From blue, for example, you can't really go to orange; you either go to purple and pink or you go to green and turquoise, and so on." Last night, she sported the new shade at Nicole Miller, where her bold hair was the talk on Twitter.
Photo via Nicole Miller/Twitter.
As the Times pondered Wednesday, "quirky" is in right now for models. So if you don't have a tooth gap or thick eyebrows, there's always hair dye.
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