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Fashion Week Berlin 2011: The Most Beautiful Hair Styles of the Stars and Models

Berlin Fashion Week
Let’s give the participants a hand! Whether you are focused on the catwalk or the invited guests in the first row like the ones at the Hugo Boss Show with Franziska Knuppe (centre) as a guest, the spirits are high at the Berlin Fashion Week and the hair styles are part of the scene
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People snickered when the Berlin Fashion Week was still in its infancy. Meanwhile, the show is well established as part of the international fashion circuit. Between the 19th and 22nd of January designers demonstrated the new wardrobe essentials for the coming fall and winter. The showcased looks and hair styles are certainly intriguing

  • Hair Trends as Seen on Catwalks

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    Anja Gockel

    Top Hair Knots: The chignon is placed high up on the head; the rest of the hair is long and hangs down. Anja Gockel’s models show this mixed hair style on the catwalk

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    Kilian Kerner

    Classic beauty: This model of the German designer Kilian Kerner wears the classic ballerina hair knot and a simple asymmetrical dress. Some looks are timeless and beautiful

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    Irene Luft

    Tower of Babel: This hair design by the Munich designer Irene Luft does not quite touch the heavens

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    Stephan Pelger

    Resurrected: The young Romanian designer Stephan Pelger entered his model Sara Nuru in the show with big hair heaped on top of her head. The model looks particularly elegant with the fur vest over the wedding dress

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    Vladimir Karaleev

    Home from working the fields:The model of the Bulgarian newcomer Vladimir Karaleev looks almost bucolic. Instead of wearing apron dresses, the models appeal by wearing artfully draped tunics of simple design

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    Norrback, Sjoestedt & Orving

    Swedish Noblesse: The Scandinavian design firm Norrback, Sjoestedt & Orving top the fur stole with a classic hair style. The model has straight hair with middle parting. The side hair is pinned back for a non-ostentatious look

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    Kaviar Gauche

    Lace and Simplicity:The successful Berlin designer duo Kaviar Gauche also has the models wear a middle parting. The hair is straight, shiny and neatly tended from the roots to the ends

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    Hugo Boss

    Unusual Approach, Exceptional Hair Style:The darker roots add a distinct focal point to the otherwise plain sleek look. Karolina Kurkova models this look for Hugo Boss

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    Bllack Noir

    All Natural:The models for the Bllack Noir eco trend label represent understated chic. This extends to their hair style. The hair falls naturally as nature intended

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    Marcel Ostertag

    Big Hair: With the help of a crimping iron and a lot of hair spray long hair turns into a veritable lion’s mane. Admire the perfect contrast between this hair style and the clear lines of the Munich designer Marcel Ostertag

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    Blacky Dress

    Curls and More Curls: Wild curly tops provide the soft balance between the hair style and the austerity of the draped dresses

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    Unrath & Strano

    Moptop Meets Curly Sue: Unrath & Strano feature this unusual combination of extremely short straight fringes and curly ends 

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    Blacky Dress

    Are you green with envy? Would you die for these curls? Top model Franziska Knuppe certainly has curls. Here she is working for the designer Blacky Dress

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    Kilian Kerner / Bllack Noir

    Beautiful headdresses: If you believe Kilian Kerner and the Danish designers working for Bllack Noir, hoods are a must-have in the coming winter

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    Anja Gockel

    Tightly Wrapped: Supermodel Lily Cole shows the head scarf trick at the Anja Gockel Show. It always works even on a bad hair day

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    Stephan Pelger

    Under Cover: Up and coming designer Stephan Pelger sends his models over the catwalk wearing hats and chiffon scarfs. This trend is reminiscent of the elegant 1960s

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    Bllack Noir

    Double-Wrapper: The designers working for Bllack Noir had a great idea. They wrapped not one but two shawls around their models’ heads 

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    A.F. Vandevorst

    Fashion is the Thing: The Belgian avant-garde designers from the house of A. F. Vandevorst want to keep the focus on fashion. For their second A. Friend line they have come up with something extraordinary. We don’t recommend this style in real life because we want you alive and driving safely

  • Hair creations are often viewed with a twinkle in one eye. Clearly, hair style designers exaggerate just a little to get attention. Still, the hair styles seen on the catwalks initiate new trends, which the rest of us will soon wearin more practical versions. The three current trends are updos, very straight hair and a lot of it. Trendy are hair styles with crimped, curly or kinky hair.
    Read on, we are making it our business to let you know how well the stars and their beautiful hair fared at this year’s Berlin Fashion Week.

  • Star Watch: The Fashion Statements of the Stars at the Berlin Fashion Week

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    Beau Garrett

    Your classic look is beautiful Beau Garrett! The Berlin fashion scene may want to take a leaf out of the book of this US actress. Her style is plain yet beautiful and glamorous. Currently, you can see Beau Garrett in the blockbuster movie ‘Tron Legacy’

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    Christiane Paul

    We have no complaints! Her bob with fringes accentuates the radiant eyes of actress Christiane Paul

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    Ursula Karven

    Ursula Karven has it all. Her casual curls form a beautiful contrast to the elegant look of her shimmering draped dress

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    Eva Padberg

    Model Eva Padberg looks classy with her slightly fringed long bob haircut. Here you see her at the Hugo Boss Show

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    Tilda Swinton

    A round of applause for Tilda Swinton: The pussy bow blouse turns her looks back to feminine. She has the right face for the unisex haircut. The style of her hair goes with the pantsuit

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    Enie van de Meiklokjes

    We are used to seeing Enie van de Meiklokjes wearing remarkably coloured hair. You may consider her look with bow, 1960s glasses and banded collar blouse courageous (or whatever you like to call it)

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    Sophia Thomalla

    Sophia Thomalla hides her hair underneath a hat at the ‘Gala’ magazine brunch. Did she have second thoughts ...

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    Sophia Thomalla

    ... about her daring asymmetrical hair style the evening before?