We’re loving the hairstyles put together by the creative talent at London Fashion Week last month. Perhaps you should try one?
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Sleek minimalist hairstyles
Slicked back hair with a neat parting complemented Eudon Choi’s oversized and layered statement fashion pieces. Could you be brave enough to carry off this dramatic look?
Low slung ponytails
As seen with JW Andersons collection, this is a style that can accompany you through your working day and whisk you out for the evening. Hair is draped into a loose asymmetrical ponytail.
Waves, curls and ringlets
Across the collections there was a touch of boho-chic, from ringlets to loose curls and big waves, akin to the depiction of the goddess Venus, in renaissance artist Botticelli’s famous painting. This style is feminine and flattering.
Swept back styles
Deliberately tousled hair in short, mid and shoulder lengths, was swept back from the face giving Christopher Kane’s models a fresh urban look that set off his collection of print, lace and mono-colour designs perfectly.
Glamourous sculpted waves
Finger waves, beautifully styled and pinned, harked back the roaring 1920s. This polished style brought retro-glamour to the collection from Dublin-born designer Simone Rocha.
Textured pixie-cut blond
Seen in catwalk collections like Alexander Wang’s and worn by singer, Katy Perry at London Fashion Week, blond hair got a texturized look. Think contemporary street styling.
Natural flowing locks
Hair that positively glowed with health complemented the Versus Versace collection, for a modern look that’s truly wearable.
There’s a lot to like this season. Even the crimped hair from Isa Arfen and House of Holland, reminded the Jo Morden Hair Design team of uber-fun 1980s styles. Although hair wasn’t treated quite so well then as it is today. Try brushed out tight curls for a modern take on this 80s style.