#NYFW Fall 2011: Locks We Love

Altuzarra
Cynthia Steffe
Derek Lam
Doo.ri
Erin Fetherston
Jenni Kayne
Maison Martin Margiela
Max Azria
Nicholas K
#NYFW Fall 2011: Locks We Love
Rag and Bone
Rebecca Minkoff
Ruffian
Altuzarra Cynthia Steffe Derek Lam Doo.ri Erin Fetherston Jenni Kayne Maison Martin Margiela Max Azria Nicholas K #NYFW Fall 2011: Locks We Love Rag and Bone Rebecca Minkoff Ruffian
By India-Jewel Jackson February 15, 2011
A taut, slicked-back, high-shine bun is the easiest way to look all done up with minimal effort.
Want sultry strands? Style your hair so it falls seductively over one eye. Veronica Lake would be so proud.
This look is a decidedly chic, more mature alternative to the half-up, half-down do we wore as schoolgirls.
Has face-framing fringe ever looked this sexy? The bluntly cut bangs on both models almost veil their eyes completely, giving them an air of vixen-ish mystery.
Traditional Heidi braids have just been upstaged. Entwining gold and silver trimmings into the plait is exactly like having built-in ornate hair jewelry.
Super sleek and a glossy sheen are the name of the mane game at Jenni Kayne. A hot flat iron and some high shine hairspray will keep the frizz away this fall.
Who knew rolling out of bed would look so chic? Let the strands fall where they may and let your hands be your combs to achieve this comfy look.
Many think that a ponytail is the laziest way to wear your hair, but when they’re this severe and meticulous, they look just as elegant and highly styled as your typical red-carpet updo.
These shiny locks look like they needed no effort at all. All it takes is an anti-frizz shine serum and just run your hands through your hair to slick back the front. No muss, no fuss.
Runway hair is often just as beautiful as the apparel and accessories being showcased. Here are the styles we can’t stop raving about.
At first glance, it looks as if these models’ manes are styled quite simply—center-parted and blown straight. Look closer and you’ll see two braids tucked underneath. Don’t you just love a surprise?
We think that soft, flowing waves is the most romantic hairstyle ever. Looking at the photos on the left, wouldn’t you agree?
When we think of bouffants, we see visions of Jackie Kennedy, Peggy Bundy, Tracy Turnblad, and Marge Simpson. Thankfully this variation is rather regal and highly reminiscent of Princess Anne.
Runway hair is often just as beautiful as the apparel and accessories being showcased. Here are the styles we can’t stop raving about.
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