Hair Trends from Paris Fashion Week
In just a few days since the Paris Fashion Week is over, we are taking a last glance at the hair trends, which were present during the event. The hairstyles are really versatile, presenting a lot of original ideas, from loose hair to elegant updo’s and extravagant pin curls.
Best of Paris Fashion Week Hairstyles
Loose hairstyles are definite trend setters of the event, since there were so many different variations of a kind. There were simple loose hairstyles during Chanel and Isabel Marant shows. However there were also variations of the hairstyle, in Balmain, slightly curly hair in Dries Van Noten and Jean Charles de Castelbajac. On the contrary overly straight hair were visible during the catwalks of Leonard and Giambattista Valli.
Semi -Loose & Braids Hairstyles
Of course what fashion week would go without semi loose hair, and there were also a lot of different types. Among the few, who demonstrated the partial hair down were Steffie Christiaens and Tsumori Chisato. Braids were really obvious only in a few of the shows, namely Valentino and Viktor & Rolf.
Assymetrical Cuts Hairstyle
Asymmetrical haircuts deserve special attention, which were displayed during the shows of A.F. Vandevorst, Jean Paul Gaultier and Yohji Yamamoto. Although the length of these hairstyles varied from long hair, presented during the catwalks of A.F. Vandervorst to the shortest ones, visible during the show of Jean Paul Gaultier – the catch was the same – asymmetrical and abrupt cuts.
Buns and Spikes Hairstyles
Well, the hair updo in the bun variation was the object of attention during the catwalks of Christian Dior, Maxime Simoens and Nina Ricci. However, the most explosive hairstyle belonged to Rick Owens shows, with the messy fringes and spikes of Haider Ackermannm and Issey Miyake.
This was another hairstyle that stole everybody’s attention. Perhaps it would later echo in the trends of the hairstyle world. The pin curls, which stunned everybody were presented at two distinct shows: Alexander McQueen and Givenchy. While at Alexander McQueen, the pin curls were hidden beneath the head gear, the Givenchy’s pin curls were outright visible and even in different colors, including neon blue and orange.
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