Pins, ponies, waves and braids—New York Fashion Week featured a gorgeous array of inspiring styles. Take a look at all our favorites!
Exposed pins and prim waves were the look at Zac Posen. The irreverently placed bobbies gave the structured hair a cool undone feel.
The rolled vertical chignons at Monique Lhuillier by Bob Recine for Moroccanoil were messy yet pretty. Recine used Moroccanoil Lumionus Hairspray Medium to give the hair texture then he "pulled the hair back, made two ponytails and twisted them." He rolled each pony up, tucked inthe end, and secured each roll with bobby pins.
The front view at Monique Lhuillier.
James Pecis (for Beauty.com) created a "gypsy traveler" inspired mane at Nanette Lepore. "Nanette doesn't mind seeing a hair pin," says Pecis. "In fact she likes them, so this girl has to have messy hair—like she could be in a Tim Burton film."
At Mara Hoffman tips of a loose braid were dipped in gold.
The front view at Mara Hoffman: Loose, shoulder-skimming hair ended in a gold-dipped braid in back.
A thin braid secured long, loose waves at Badgley Mischka. Peter Gray created the look using Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to give the front of the hair its sleek look.
The backstage view of Peter Gray's hair for Badgley Mischka.
At Suno, deep center parts were painted with gold.
Hairstylist Garren was inspired by photos of Anna May Wong, the first Chinese American movie star, when creating blunt fringe and bobs at Anna Sui.
At Tibi, Aveda Global Creative Director Antoinette Beenders showed that pastoral and urban can meet in the middle. To create the center braid, take a one-inch section of hair and French braid, stopping at the crown.
Bravo for big hair at DKNY. We loved the naturally bouncy look on the runway.