New Hair Styles from the New York Fashion Week
- 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
- 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!