From bouffant hair to belted ponytails, we’ve covered it all.
It is with a heavy heart that we wave goodbye to New York Fashion Week for another season. But to help you through the mourning process, we thought we’d do a round up of the best hair trends from the spring/summer 2017 event! Trust us, you’ll feel a lot better when you’ve seen the mass of stunning (and wacky!) hairstyles from the runway.
From Rodarte to Tibi, to Jeremy Scott and Thom Browne, we’ve curated a gallery of the ultimate best hair trends that you should know about! So go on, have a scroll through our gallery above to get acquainted with each style, and read below to get the lowdown on all the looks.
New York Fashion Week: The best hair trends from the shows
Son Jung Wan SS17
Can’t decide between cornrows and curls? Take a leaf out of Son Jung Wan’s book, where models were sent down the runway with tight cornrows and even tighter coils. The impressive fashion show was proof that S-shaped curls are the new thing when it comes to your kinky locks. The look gave a whole new meaning to big and beautiful hair!
Lela Rose SS17
If retro and vintage hairstyles are your thing, then you’ll love the chic updo debuted at the Lela Rose SS17 show. Low side buns were created, with chic hair wraps tied around the models’ heads for an ultra glamorous finish. The look was rounded off with a pair of cat eye sunglasses – because you can never have too many accessories, right?
Jeremy Scott SS17
Do you want to give your bob haircut a Fashion Week edge? Then listen up! Asymmetric bobs took centre stage at the Jeremy Scott SS17 show, where models flaunted full, shiny wigs that were cut at varying lengths. One side of the bob was trimmed slightly shorter than the other for an edgy, modern vibe.
Okay, so they might not have been using real hair here, but it still gives some great inspo for you if you’re looking to change up your look!
Bored of your everyday hairband? Why not spruce up your ponytail with a belt (yes, you heard us correctly), just like models at the Tibi SS17 show had done? We know, it may not be your traditional hair accessory of choice, but it’ll definitely be sure to have heads turning wherever you go.
A Détacher SS17
As we all know, braids are totally in for 2016. But it looks as if they’re also going to be a hot hairstyle trend for spring/ summer 2017 too! Just take a look at the models at A Détacher rocking braids for the the SS17 show. The stiffness of the braids brought an amazing contrast to the collection, which featured a mass of soft silhouettes and plenty of movement.
Custo Barcelona SS17
For those of you who love a chic updo, you’ll be pleased to know that Custo Barcelona created a stunning hybird ‘do for their SS17 show – it’s a cross between a classic chignon and a sleek ballerina bun. And if the combination of those to styles weren’t sophisticated enough for you, then the two metallic clips that run across this updo complete this look with understated elegance!
If you’re a little more experimental with your style, and simply love to work in unusual accessories to your look, then it’s your lucky day! The internet went crazy when Rodarte sent out models wearing an array of whimsical hair accessories at its SS17 show. The models’ hair was adorned with romantic accessories made of netting, sequins, flowers and jewels (AKA everything a girl needs, right?).
Thom Browne SS17
We feel like we’ve just walked into Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what with the oversized sunglasses and the pastel blue lip. But for us, it wasn’t the outré makeup and clothing choices at the Thom Browne SS17 show that caught our eye – no, we had our eyes firming fixed on retro-inspired ‘dos they were working! Think voluminous, curly bouffants and middle partings. It might be a bit out-there, but we totally loved it.
If you need to catch up on all the latest hair trends from fashion week, then take a look at the very best street style looks from New York! Also, now that London Fashion Week is just a day away, you need to start getting ready. See what the editors at All Things Hair do to prepare for the shows.