Creative Hair Styles: Top Hair Style Fashion at the Milan Fashion Week
- Austere braids adorned the heads of the models for the fashion houses of Emilio Pucci und Salvatore Ferragamo. The braids were arranged in tiara-like shapes or circles in the back of the head
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The fashion weeks in Berlin, New York, and London have come and gone. The eyes of the fashion world are now on the fashion week shows in Milan. Fashion Houses like the ones of Emporio Armani, Gucci, and Bottega Veneta represented more than 65 labels. The designers showcased their new fall/winter collections in the Italian fashion metropolis. Naturally, fashion outfits and hair styles together create the new look. We like to present to you the most beautiful hair styles from the Milan Fashion Weeks
We are delighted to see some hair styles return in many variations again and again. The braids shown by Emilio Pucci and Salvatore Ferragamo are examples of such time-honoured styles and so are the voluminous hairstyles by John Richmond, Lorenzo Riva and Dsquared, the long fringes by Cavalli and Marni or the endearing undone waves by Gucci and Normaluisa.
- Asymmetrical finger waves by Etro
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Creative Hair Styles from the Milan Fashion Show: Gelled Back Fringes
It takes special talent to keep finding exciting new hair styles despite the abundance of extraordinary hairdos through the ages. However, the hair stylists who presented their work at this year’s Milan Fashion Show managed to succeed.
The hair stylists for Etro created this interpretation of the sleek look. We liked the style. The middle parting is straight and the gelled back front hair shows the suggestion of finger waves. The hairline over the forehead is covered by hair only on one side.
Hair Styles from Milan Fashion Week: Twisted Braids
We also gave the hair styles by Fendi a second look for two reasons. Firstly, Fendi models always have something interesting to show and secondly, because there was something quite extraordinary to see in the shape of two twisted braids low in the neck, which looked like twist-braided pigtails. Often, several twisted braids were gathered into one pigtail. The perfection of the twisted braids made us wonder whether the hair was real.
In our photo gallery below, we show you hair styles from the Milan Fashion Week, which caught our fancy.