10 NYFW's Most Remarkable Hairstyles


The New York shows finished just last week, but we will not forget them soon. Of course, we will recall them in more detail once again before the spring season. But now there is something to discuss. Today, we will touch upon the most notable NYFW hairstyles.

Rebecca Minkoff


The stylists call this hairstyle “Frida Kahlo’s braid.”

Zac Posen


Is there anything more romantic than a bride’s hairstyle decorated with flowers? Flowers of the soft emerald hue were first presented by the stylist of the show, Odile Gilbert.

Cynthia Rowley


The trends of several years are collected in this hairstyle: asymmetry, beach wave, texturing of the 1980-s.



Colored strands? No. These are real feathers, woven into the hair. Decoration with feathers is trendy now.

Rachel Zoe


The hybrid of a “bird’s nest” and a textured braid.

Alice + Olivia


Sleek low topknot of hair is yet another eternal theme. Just do not forget that you should straighten your hair and treat it well with mousse before making the hairdo. Then, no single hair will spoil the hairstyle.

Jason Wu


A long pony tail is the hairstyle for all time. The main detail is the trimmed line of the hair ends. A golden clip can help you make the hairstyle more glamorous.

Kate Spade


A light topknot, relaxed curls, and the natural image.

Mara Hoffman


One braid is boring. Have a couple of braids. The length of braids was extreme at the show, but the idea can be modified to suit your hair.

Badgley Mischka


You can’t stop looking at this hairstyle: it combines romance and modern styling products.