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The biggest events on the fashion calendar have now left us in their glittering, glamorous wake. With New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week wrapped up for another year, it’s time to hit the high street and put into practice all that we’ve learned.
This spring, the front rows were filled with new blood. Celebrity progeny came thick and fast, with everybody from Anais Gallagher to Lucky Blue Smith turning heads at the glitziest catwalk shows. We also got to see catwalk alumni Cara Delevingne getting publically loved up with musician girlfriend, St Vincent, for the first time.
So, in honour of love, Louboutins, and luscious locks, we’re going to take a look at some of the best hairstyles from New York and London Fashion Week.
The models walking for Derek Lam wore an interesting style this year. We can’t get enough of its simplicity and practicality. And, we love that this is a look that most women have already tried for themselves. It’s the low knot, worn loose and long at the nape of the neck. This makes it ideal when using hair extensions, because it offers a way to keep them tied away from the face without opting for the ponytail. If you’re at work or meeting a friend for lunch, this style is absolutely perfect.
This designer can always be trusted to pull something extraordinary out of the bag and this year was no exception. Marc Jacobs dressed his models in the most delicious of 20’s style finger waves. However, he paired this uber feminine look with dark punk rock makeup and facial jewelry. It gave his models a unique impact; they looked like kickass flapper girls on their way to a biker bar. If you want to steal this style, make sure that you only curl the top and front portions of your hair. The rest, natural and extensions, needs to be left straight and wispy.
This New York based fashion house sent its models down the runway sporting classic French braids. They were feminine, without being overly cutesy, and perfectly complemented the laidback European vibe of the shift dresses and elegant tunics. The addition of dark coloured bows gave the collection an even more Gallic feel. Keep the hairstyle simple with a single French braid and a loose, devil may care arrangement. In other words, don’t worry if it’s a little messy.
Oscar de la Renta
If you’re a fan of the ballerina bun, take a look at the Oscar de la Renta models on the New York Fashion Week catwalk this year. The hairstyles were romantic, delicate, and soft. They almost looked like ‘dos from another time period altogether – like the hairstyles worn in paintings of high society women. While this kind of ballerina bun is pretty easy to create, it should be saved for an occasion when you really want your hair to do the talking.
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