At Milly, models hit the runway rocking a deep center part, with strands swept into severe side ponytails and buns. Very no-brainer elegant. Buns for everyone!
Hannant’s collection was inspired by 1930s chinoiserie, but the hairstyles were a mix of 60’s bouffants and 80’s teased-and-crimped mall hair (a recurring theme this season!). Edgy!
The gowns were breathtaking, and the hair — teased to high heaven and French twisted in the back — was just the right touch, somewhere between ’80s decadence and early ’60s prim. Love.
Herrera’s pieces were the absolute epitome of elegance (well, duh). And the hair was the perfect accent — parted down the middle and swept into a low, looped ponytail. Simple and chic.
The hair at L.A.M.B. was a style statement unto itself! Slicked up into a high, swirling topknot, the sharpness helped punctuate the graphic prints and shapes in the collection.
Designer Luca Orlandi sent models down the runway sporting gloriously tousled, glossy-beyond-belief waves — punctuated with bandanas in every color.
Twisted into tiny, coily buns and accentuated with skinny ribbons, the hair at Jason Wu was ultra-chic and totally modern.
Designer Nicholas K sent ethereal, layered looks down the runway, but the models’ hair — breezy blowouts, casually swept to one side — was simple and chic. Loving the ease of it!
At Rebecca Taylor, models were easy breezy sexy in simple hair brushed back of the face and falling in just-showered hair.
At Kors, the models’ hair was teased and textured into a gloriously thick, messy chic pony. For extra safari chic effectwoven through with skinny pieces of rawhide.
At Tracey Reese, models sported 1940’s-style ’dos, with the hair brushed forward and pinned into a retro roll. So chic with the super-feminine collection.