From the Minimalist to the Bold, the 5 Best Hair Trends of New York Fashion Week

Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho

At New York Fashion Week’s Fall/Winter 2017 collections, designers proved that minimal doesn’t have to be simple. Tory Burch, for example, used black oversized bows to elevate a classic low ponytail, while Altuzarra relied on embellished headbands to add some sparkle to the look at his show. Models at Alexander Wang walked the runway with wet locks in all different colors and cuts for a grungier look; Proenza Schouler models kept their hair slicked down in natural, tousled locks; and models at Brandon Maxwell showed us that bolder is better as they transformed their natural curls into amplified, voluminous manes.

Bold Accessories
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Models at Tory Burch wore low ponytails, embellished with an oversized black bow.

Wet Waves
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Models at Alexander Wang sported a sleek grungier look with their wet locks in naturally tousled waves.

Natural Texture
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Models at Proenza Schouler embraced their natural hair textures, wearing their locks in sleek, minimalist styles.

Voluminous Curls
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Brandon Maxwell’s Fall 2017 show was all about boldness, so models wore their hair in voluminous curls.

Playful Headbands
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Altuzarra brought back the embellished headband in various colors of red, black, maroon and brown.