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Fashion Week’s Looks for Spring

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

Spring Preview

Fashion Week's looks for spring offered a lot of variety. Get inspired by these fun silhouettes and give your clients a new look for the season.

Fashion Week’s Looks for Spring
At the Maya 244 show, Todd Barnes for Rusk created this gravity-defying pony-swirl. A wire was placed in the lengths, allowing the artist maximum control.
Photo: John Perez

Fashion Week’s Looks for Spring
Hair color by Eva Scrivo and the Wella Professional team and style by Odile Gilbert for Sebastian Professional capped off the looks at Catherine Malandrino. Contrasting hair pins added edgy appeal to the elegant "Mohawk" bun.
Photo: John Perez

Fashion Week’s Looks for Spring
Laurent Philippon for Bumble and bumble created these rebellious faux-fringed updos.
Photo: John Perez

Fashion Week’s Looks for Spring
Odile Gilbert for Aveda with Dennis Clendennen created these retro knots. "It's very Eva Perón meets Juliette Lewis," says Gilbert. "It's giving the '40s a modern shape." Gilbert used Aveda Light Elements Defining Whip and Air Control Hair Spray to create the look.
Photo: John Perez

Fashion Week’s Looks for Spring  
Todd Barnes for Rusk created this piece-y, fun, layered design on relaxed hair at Caravan 38. Tiny braids were placed throughout.
Photo: Janice Yim

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