New York Fashion Week Fall is held every February and is one of the largest fashion weeks in the world along side Paris, Milan, and London. As this years NYFW wraps up it’s time to check out all of the amazing looks the designers put out and get inspired for the years upcoming fashion trends but fashion week is also a great place to look for inspiration for your hairstyles and to discover the newest trends. Of course, you can’t always duplicate the dramatic looks put out on the runway but you can simply tone them down to make them perfect for everyday wear.
A long tousled Pixie
Designers like Pedro Del Hierro Madrid and Carmen Marc Valvo styled their edgy looks with long tousled pixie hairstyles. If you want a longer pixie hairstyle than don’t shy away from a messy textured look it is ‘muy chic!’
Side-Part low Ponytail
Perhaps the most popular hairstyle at New York Fashion Week was the sleek side-swept ponytail with a side part. Designers from DKNY, Aron Rose, Adeam, and celeb attendee’s like Kelly Rowland all showed off this ultra high fashion hairstyle.
Loose and Low-Swept Hairstyle
In contrast to the sleek ponytail, designers like Tadashi Shoji and celebs opted for a loose and messier ponytail. This hairstyle is a simple and stylish option if you want to soften your look and show off your romantic charm.
Voluminous Swept Back Lob
DKNY loved baseball caps this year so if you have always known you look great in caps but wasn’t sure they were fashionable – they are definitely in for 2014, but another great look DKNY as well as Mark and Este chose for their models was a brushed back lob. This creates a lot of volume and a fun hairstyle.
Center Part Hairstyles
The sleek side-swept hairstyle has been on trend for a few years now but the center part has made a bold come back recently and it’s growing in popularity this year. From celebs like Anna Kendrick and Cat Deeley to high fashion designers like DKNY, Marissa Web, and Jay Godfrey, many in the fashion industry were opting for a center part for their fashion week apparel.