The principal day of London Fashion Week has attracted to an end and what a day it has been! As we prepare for one more day of pattern seeking, style chasing and fuelling up on overflowing measures of coconut water, we investigate a portion of the hair and excellence patterns you can hope to see next summer.
SS’14 is set to be a beautiful issue with bunches of fantastic hairdos to become hopelessly enamored with. From plaited headbands at Yeashin and conventional updos and smooth side partings at Aksu, summer 2014 is loaded with simple haircuts to play and play around with. Furthermore, the best part, they take minutes to culminate!
London Fashion WeekAnother hair pattern we’re so happy to see the arrival of is hair embellishments. Diamante tiaras added a radiance touch to the Bernard Chandran gathering while Apu Jan demonstrated to us best practices to keep cool next summer and remain in the shade with his weaved, fedora caps.
London Fashion WeekOne slant that we can’t shake off however is the wet look hair slant. Slicked back hair has been around for two or three seasons now and by the looks of it, there’s no shying far from it next season either. Models were soaked in the wet hair look in a few LFW accumulations, Lace closure including Yulia Kondranina and Hannah Williams’ shows.
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Regarding make up, planners kept to a nonpartisan make up palette, giving their models dewy skin and matching with a brilliant, tangerine lip that is certain to dissolve with hotness in the late spring’s sun!
We’ve championed Stooshe’s mold and haircuts from the begin and it isn’t too difficult to perceive any reason why. We adore their gender ambiguous hair styles and the way the trio’s savage style.
Stooshe at London Fashion WeekKaris’ ombre hair gave the gesture to one of this current season’s most sultry patterns, while Alexander’s tresses were brimming with volume. In any case, it was Courtney’s super quiff that truly got our attention. With platinum blonde hair and short sides, the sharp hair style demonstrated to us that short hair doesn’t need to be exhausting!
London Fashion WeekThe Radio 1 Presenter looked every last bit a urban chic in metallic calfskin and a headscarf in her hair.