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Long Lengths at NY Fashion Shows

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 7:07 PM

Long lengths were in style on the runways at recent fashion shows in New York. Here are a few of our favorite looks.

Long Lengths at NY Fashion Shows
Todd Barnes for Rusk created one of our favorite looks featuring big, red curls on the Jordache runway. Photography: John Perez

Long Lengths at NY Fashion Shows
The look was 1970s inspired-I wanted the hair to have a luscious and rich texture while giving it a little rock and roll edge," said lead stylist, Leonardo Manetti for GHD on the Miss Sixty runway. Photography: John Perez

Long Lengths at NY Fashion Shows
Lisa Lobosco, lead stylist for the Ecru and FHI Heat-sponsored Gen Art show, created smooth, clean, softly turned ends from a power center part. Photography: John Perez

Long Lengths at NY Fashion Shows
To complement the long, loose and sexy fashion, Odile for Linea-Pro created long, loose and sexy hair at the Baby Phat show. Photography: Peter Lueders for Linea-Pro


Yannick D'Is for Redken designed these long, dropped curls in mixed textures for the Tuleh show.
Photography: Charles Sykes






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