The hair artists at Cutler/Redken created a pulled back, low chignon for the Vivienne Tam show. The models also wore a stripe of gray down the center part for a dramatic contrast on the runway.
The hair at William Okpo was created by Laurent D. of Prive Salon and was meant to evoke the same whimiscal feeling as the clothing collection. Jerome Russell Team Colors hairspray in the shade Field Line White was used to create dramatic coloring.
It was all about the 80’s at Betsey Johnson where the hairstylists from Aveda created these funky, fluffy crimps using Aveda Control Force hairspray.
A simple yet glamorous ponytail by Ted Gibson was chosen to complement the vivid colors in Rachel Roy’s spring collection.
At Cushnie et Ochs, the hair was streamlined, sleek and accented with a center part.
Sleek and chic was the mane move at the Arise Magazine fashion show where models sported bone straight strands with a center part.
It was all about volume at Omar Salem as models flaunted sky-high pompadours.
Straight hair with a simple side part was spotted on the runway at Helmut Lang.
Models at Emerson worked the runway in a chunky French braid around the perimeter of the hairline.
A simple, sleek pony with a center part was the hairstyle of choice at the Monique Lhuillier runway show.
Carlos Miele chose to accent his collection with bone-straight hair and a chic, side part.