February 19, 2010
Naeem Khan totally tapped into the zeitgeist, sending models down his runway rocking slicked-back hair save for an exaggerated pompadour bang. So hot!
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February 18, 2010
With a sleek side part and cascades of loose waves, the hair at Nanette Lepore struck the perfect balance between classy and romantic.
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February 17, 2010
From the front, the hair at Rodarte was sleek and strong—but in the back, legendary hairstylist Odile Gilbert pinned delicate, romantic flower barrettes in the models’ strands. “The look was at once free-flowing and controlled,” says Gilbert. “I was inspired by the idea of a modern, young girl who is strong and capable yet sweet and innocent.”
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February 16, 2010
The hair at Badgley Mischka was an extravaganza of chic pompadours, each one more dramatic than the last. The high-volume ‘dos were the perfect compliment to the collection of high-wattage evening ensembles.
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February 15, 2010
One of the biggest hair stories of New York fashion week is the side ponytail. At DKNY, famed hairstylist Eugene Souleiman draped the off-center ponytails over one shoulder, creating a refined, elegant look that perfectly complimented the show’s equestrian vibe.
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February 14, 2010
Designer Luca Luca Orlandi sent models down his runway rocking the sleekest, chicest little updo’s! Parted on one side, the hair was swept into a high, side bun and tweeked a bit for some messy-on-purpose texture.
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February 13, 2010
A welcome respite from the deadly serious looks populating the first three days of Fashion Week, the side pony at Lacoste was a happy, tongue-in-cheek ode to perky/preppy ‘80s hairstyles. Very “How Will I Know”-era Whitney.
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February 12, 2010
Is there anything hotter than a wild, coily bob? At the Cynthia Steffe show today, most of the models rocked long, straight, hippie hair—save for Anais, who stormed down the catwalk rocking her own, natural texture. Loving that.
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February 11, 2010
At Ports 1961, designer Tia Cibani sent models down the runway in big, teased-out Studio 54 curls. The high-drama hair was a clever punctuation to the show’s earthy palettes and simple lines.
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