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Hair Styles New York Fashion Week 2012
Hair styles with irregular middle parting and scraggy looking long waves are the new style featured by Rag and Bone and Altuzarra
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For a few days the Big Apple was again the centre of the fashion universe. In Manhattan in the heart of New York City, designers introduced the fashion for the coming fall/winter season. Of course, matching original hair styles complement the new clothing lines. We hope you enjoy our selection of the most beautiful fall/winter 2012/2013 hair styles from the fashion metropolis New York City

  • Carolina Herrera: Big hair with Alice band
    An Alice band holds back the big hair of this Carolina Herrera model
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    “The hair style takes second place so that the outfit shines.” This opinion dominated in the fashion houses of Anna Sui, Diane von Fuerstenberg, DKNY and Marc by Marc Jacobs. Accordingly, their fashion lines were shown mostly by models who wore their hair parted on one side and gathered in the neck. This philosophy certainly did not gain any footing with Carolina Herrera, Derek Lam und Oscar de la Renta. They obviously decided on big hair with plenty of volume around the crown of the head. Altuzarra and Rag and Bone were absolutely convinced that uneven middle partings combined with scraggy long waves were the perfect fit for their fall/winter fashion creations.

  • New Hair Styles from New York City

    We were not just on the look-out for beautiful hair styles but were rather set on ferreting out the true hair style highlights, the ones that are different, extravagant and intriguing. The shows in New Your City certainly delivered what they promised. Top hair stylist successfully competed with fashion designer for top honours in creativity. The voluminous mock bobs with star-studded hair slides by Rodarte, the updos combined with braids by Son Jung and giant finger waves by Lela Rose were certainly not the only extravagant top hair styles seen in NY Fashion Week shows.

    In our gallery below we show you some of the hair styles promising to become the new trends in the fall and winter of 2012/2013. Enjoy our photographs from the New York Fashion Week!

  • Hair Style Designs from the New York FW 2012/2013

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Lela Rose

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Lela Rose

    The feminine hair styles of the models for the fashion house of Lela Rose were reminiscent of Hollywood’s golden years. For this 1940s hair style the hair over the forehead was swept up and sideways to a single large wave, which crests above the crown of the head

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Rodarte

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Rodarte

    Rodarte presented his models with very young and romantic looking hair styles. The long hair was pinned up for a mock bob with a star-studded hair slide holding the side hair

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Ainsley

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Ainsley

    The relaxed hair styles for next fall and winter by Ainsley had a romantic note. Tousled hair showed plenty of volume. The hair ends were swept over one shoulder and loosely braided. A golden scrunchy secured the braids

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Son Jung Wan

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Son Jung Wan

    Designer Son Jung Wan showed hair styles with tossed chignons and scraggy braids. The design embraced dishevelled updos with not quite successful attempts at braids. The hair was gathered in a high ponytail, teased and pinned up to a poufy chignon. A thick strand of hair was pulled out of the chignon and braided with much contempt for even loops

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Kevork Kiledjian

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Kevork Kiledjian

    Styling the hair of Kevork Kiledjian’s models took quite a bit of gel and hair spray. The hair was sleeked back to a chignon on the crown of the head. Different from the usual way of styling a chignon, the hair ends spiked up in a single strand. This flamboyant style is reminiscent of the bird-of-paradise flower or an exotic bird with its head plumage in display mode

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Joy Cioci

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Joy Cioci

    The hair was braided but not to pigtails or a braided ponytail. Joy Cioci rediscovered different ways to braid hair like in this sideways French braid, in which the strands from the top were allowed to escape the braid and fall down. This creates a fancy combination of braiding and long flowing hair

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Venexiana

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Venexiana

    Venexiana models presented finger waves breaking out of their usually strict arrangement. In a different twist, these finger waves did not cling to the scalp in well-organised rows. Instead, a wide strand of finger-waved front hair was draped sideways above the forehead and then secured inside the chignon. The finger waves gone wild formed quite a contrast with the sleek chignon

    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Sobotka

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: Sobotka

    The Rasta hair style met micro-curls. These models for Sobotka fashions separated their hair into three parts and styled each part into a perfect French braid. From the neck down, the nappy hair fell in open micro-curls and waves. This is an exciting style

     Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: US American Young Designers

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    Hair Style from the New York Fashion Week: US American Young Designers

    US American young designers from the Academy of Art University showed versions of long mock bobs. The long ends of the hair are turned under to form a loop, which was secured with hidden slides or bobby pins. The stylists applied gel to the side hair before securing it underneath the hair loop. This is definitely a hair style fit for red-carpet events

  • Links:

    All about New York Fashion >> nymag.com/fashion

    Comprehensive Report on the New York FW Shows >> style.com