classic topknot isn’t dead just yet (just see Lily Rose Depp’s front row appearance at Chanel for proof), but that hasn’t stopped designers from showcasing new takes on the trend for Spring 2016. From braided buns at Valentino to Rochas’s little loops, the best Paris Fashion Week hair is right here.
Low, loose knots at Rochas were a refreshing change from the ubiquitous topknots of models off duty.
Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau braided hair in tiny twists and added extensions for thick, high chignons at Valentino.
Long loved by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and recently worn by celebrities and street style stars alike, the half-up bun returned at Agnes B.
Seemingly random knots at Moncler Gamme Rouge offered a way for those with updo aversions to wear the trend.
Tons of tiny twisted loops by Redken’s Guido Palau were a romantic and modern addition to the Alexander McQueen show.
The loose half-bun trend continued at Balenciaga, courtesy of Guido Palau for Redken.
Lanvin’s French twists were extra ladylike with the addition of a pretty satin bow. Hair by Guido for Redken.
Hirofumi Kera at Shiseido created five looks for models at the Marimekko show—this sleek, effortless bun being one of the best.