Special occassion looks from Fashion Week

July 10, 2011 | 9:58 PM
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Rodney Cutler for Redken created a neat, clean and tight chignon at the crown at Toni Maticevski. Covering the entire silhouette with gold shimmer and golden decoration made this look perfect for any special occasion. Photography: Liam Alexander
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At Vera Wang, Jimmy Paul for Bumble and bumble sprayed Thickening Hairspray into the crown to create his Bridgette Bardot-inspired style. The hair was an updated twist on an old school favorite.
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At Organic by John Patrick, lead stylist Odile Gilbert created a modern twist on the Brigitte Bardot “pouf” using Aveda Control Force hairspray. “It’s very spontaneous, cute and modern,” says Gilbert. “The look involves a messy pouf and a French twist in the back. The volume is impulsive and a little undone.” Photography: Jon Gurinsky
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A simple, soft, messy twist at the occipital is what makes this look special from Teddy Charles for Rodney Cutler and Redken at Luca Luca. Photography: Liam Alexander
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Odile Gilbert styled for Phyto at Catherine Malandrino. The urban Mongolian- and Tibetan-inspired fashion inspired her to create rough, textured ponytails placed on top of the head. “I wanted the hair to look like a dry little tree,” she said. “It should be fresh but have the touch of a barbarian girl.”
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