From “mixie” cuts to sleek buns, it’s all happening in the hairstyle department this fashion month. The last couple of years have brought forth a number of new and popular hair trends, shifts that are wholly reflected in showgoers’ hair looks. As key to an outfit as any trophy accessory, our hair reflects not only our chosen aesthetic, but our personality too.
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The mixie cut
A cross between a pixie cut and a mullet, the “mixie” can be dressed up or down, and is a good way to go shorter without having to fully commit.
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A simple bob cut helps put curls front and centre.
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An effortlessly ’70s look, a wolf cut features lots of face-framing layers and feels super shaggy and lived-in.
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The ultimate afro
Full ‘fros don’t get much better than this one—the fluffier, the better.
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It’s the kind of bob that means business, and it’s everywhere right now. Polished, flyaway-free, not too short and not too long, consider this the next big bob trend.
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Whether you’re emphasising your natural curls or turning to tongs, a beachy wave never goes out of fashion.
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Ultra-long braids are super cool right now. This showgoer paired hers with balayage for a tonal look.
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Season after season, the slicked-back bun shows up on the pavements at fashion week. Pull some face-framing strands out for a lived-in look.
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A short cut never looked sleeker—bonus points for wearing it with a classic red lip and shades.
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The buzz cut is a classic, but it has enjoyed a real resurgence over the past year. Cush Jumbo’s peroxide style is an excellent example.