From London to Milan Fashion Week, here’s the best hair looks. From Erdem fashion show, the delicate jeweled barrettes pinned into models’ hair as shown in the photo below. Hair texture is key, keep hair like spun silk without product.
Take hair color cues from your clothes was the trend at Ashish, where fantastic candy-colored Afros were matched to each model’s look as shown below.
Joseph in London opted for long flowing crimped hair, with a 40’s -80’s roll effect pinned in place around face line, just enough to give the déja vu crimp an edge.
Gigi Hadid for Versace during Milan Fashion Week, love the leather strap.
Marni opted for a take on 40’s inspiration. I’m not sure what to think about the execution of this style, it’s not perfect, but somehow it works.
Thin braids with roots volume from the show of Marco De Vincenzo.
Jil Sander slick back with high shine. Perfect with the overpowering large necklines.
Stella Jean, haphazard curl, very sweet with that spun silk texture.
Dolce & Gabbana : lots going on, so free hair was well chosen. The accessories were the cherry.
Blumarine : 40’s inspired crafted waves on free flowing ends. The texture was interesting as a soft molding cream was used instead of a hardened gel to create the finger wave movement that gently eased into product free ends.
Prada: silky textured hair that resembles a wet shape. Quite romantic.
Alexander McQueen: loved the buckle clips that hair was fed through. One needs extra bobby pins to secure the hair from falling but very decorative.
Did you have a favourite? If so, tell me about it.
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