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Not Your Average Updo: 5 Styles from NYFW 2015

Chandler Rollins | February 24, 2015 | 9:27 AM
SHOW: Perla Haute Couture. Akki Shirakawa for Schwarzkopf Osis+ created a masculine, modern pompadour with a braid from the crown to the end of the nape.
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SHOW: Marc Jacobs. Inspired by Ida Sitwell, Redken Global Creative Director Guido achieved a chic, sculptured style for the runway at Marc Jacobs's Fall/Winter 2015 show. A simple top knot was placed at the top of the head with additional sculpturing to elongate and accentuate the neck like a swan.
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SHOW: Clover Canyon. Stylist Allen Wood for Bumble and bumble took cues from the vertical lines and deep hues of the collection. Ponytails were bound with black cord, and texturized for a haphazard effect, leaving the front clean with a side part for a minimal polished effect.
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SHOW: Bibhu Mohapatra. Amit Abraham for L'Oreal Professional, gave the models romantic curled updos that reflected the aesthetic of Mohapatra's designs. The intricate updo featured gentle swirls of hair romantically pinned throughout the crown and middle of the head.
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SHOW: Naeem Khan. Joseph DiMaggio, Master Session Ambassador for Davines North America collaborated with Khan to create a French twist for his 10th anniversary collection. He freshened the look up with a strong twisted shape from the hairline to the nape of the neck, adding texture and strengthening the line of the updo. davines more inside this volume boosting mousse, more inside this medium hold hairspray.
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Sleek ponytails are a signature look at New York Fashion Week, but these stylists upped the ante on the updo. Check out our favorites from the Fall 2015 shows: 

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