At the Jeremy Scott show at Milk Studios, models wore painted bobbed wigs with brightly colored acrylic paint.
Bravo for big hair at DKNY. We loved the naturally bouncy look on the runway.
On the runway of BCBG, models worked an elegant yet slightly messy side-swept bang and low ponytail for the Fall 2012 show.
Models at the Prete and Bruno show sported high buns with a sexy, side swept wave in the front.
TWA’s were spotted loud and clear at Costello Tagliapiertra.
A model walks the runway at the Calvin Klein Collection fashion show with long, flowing hair. We love the middle part that compliments her oval face shape.
The disco-inspired collection at Reem Acra called for big, voluminous hair reminscent of the memorable looks of the ‘70s.
At Donna Karan, hair was simple, sleek and chic. In order to emphasize the dramatic makeup, the hair was pulled back from the face in an elegant half up/half down hairstyle. A metal barrette accessorizes the look.
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 Naeem Khan collection was all about flirty, feminine fashion with delicate accents. This braided hairstyle fit for a princess was just the right look for this girly-girl aesthetic.
Old Hollywood glamour was the inspiration for hair at Badgley Mischka. The hair was styled into a faux bob by tucking and pinning the hair at the nape and chin. A chic side part allowed for chunky waves along the hairline
At Ann Yee, models worked the runway in this half-n-half look, complete with tiny accent braids on both sides and long, bone straight strands in the back.
At the Lela Rose runway show, models’ wore styles brushed back with a center part and swept into a low, unstructured chignon.
Hair at the Staci Sherri show in Fall 2012 consisted of a high-shine pompador with a messy flat twist going up the back.
To compliment the futuristic fashion seen at Espion Atelier, models sported sky-high topknots with a mixture of textured and bone straight.
A classic low ponytail never goes out of style. At Alexander Wang, this simple look was acheived with a deep center part and high-shine strands which put all the attention on the models’ dramatic makeup.