This collage shows the most exciting looks from the fashion weeks for a/w 2016/17. If you want to see the preview for s/s 2016, the collage is worth checking out too to know what is trending right now.
How cool was the labyrinth-like set up at the a/w show 2016/17 from Givenchy? As cool were also the short toupees on top of the models heads which had a great texture too. It looked like: “business up front and party in the back.” Well, kind off… as the short hair was not spiked up but flat and created a small and texturized head. The wigs turned up-side-down were genius too.
Why don’t we stay with looks where the magic happens on top of the head? The hairstylist Eugene Souleiman created this gorgeous colorful and felted texture with extensions, dyed in another hair-color than the models hair, for Maison Margiela designed by John Galliano.
Also Marc Jacobs decided to go with a hairlook where there was a flat and shiny fingerwave on top and long straight hair at the sides and down the back. The make-up with bleached eyebrows and very dark, smudged eyes was devine. Sometimes the eyemake-up looked gothic and expressive details made the make-up stand out even more.
Rick Owens put some of the models heads in a sculpture of “texture”. So fabulous. Prada went with the hairstylist Guido Palau again, which you can instantly see as he created one of his iconic looks for the label again, combined with a red lip.
Kenzo’s styled quiff combined with a ponytail is also worth trying. For the gorgeous headpieces which crowned the slightly messy and very texturized hair-ups at Alexander McQueen, it is worth going shopping to be able to decorate your hairstyles as glamorous for the coming autumn and winter.
Last but not least there is the very elegant hairstyle by Saint Laurent, created by Didier Malige. The gelled back hair is great for the festive season, either for a party or just simply for cocktails. If the combination with the dark eyes and intensive red lips is too much for you, then just go with either or.
And now… let’s enjoy s/s 2016 first.