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NYFW: Hair Accessories Rocked the F/W '16 Runways

Jamie Newman | February 19, 2016 | 10:15 AM
Ribbon-bows tied to the ends of braids were seen at Mansur Gavirel by Bumble and Bumble Global Artistic Director Laurent Philippon.
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Elaborate headpieces danced down the runway at Thom Browne. Bumble and Bumble Editorial Stylist Jimmy Paul wanted to give a 1920s look to the hair, and make the models' heads appear as small as possible within the headpieces.
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At Pamella Roland, Ted Gibson for Loreal Professional created a modern, Japan-inspired bun accessorized by a perforated headband, which was inspired by the modern architecture and city of Tokyo.
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Break out the old barrettes for fall! Led by Thomas Osborn, TIGI U.S. session and creative director, the hair at Libertine matched the playful quirkiness of the designs. "To tie the look back into the whimsical collection, we added the barrettes to the back of the head for an unexpected, additional pop of color," Osborn said.
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Odile Gilbert for Kerastase Paris created a chic low ponytail, decorated with a crisscrossed velvet satin ribbon at the Suno presentation.
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“Undone natural romance," says stylist Odile Gilbert for Schwarzkopf Professional of the hair at Rodarte. "There is an angelic innocence to the hair that balances beautifully against the intricate clothing. The look is effortless; like she just woke up like this and embraces her unique texture.” The waves and chignons were adorned by intricate, beautiful, custom-made flower crowns.
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As a wise woman named Beyonce once said, "If you like it then you should have put a clip/flower crown/headband/ribbon on it," (okay not quite, but almost).

This season's fall/winter Fashion Week in New York showcased a wide range of decorated hair styles. Take a look at some of our favorite styles that were adorned by hair accessories and get inspired to create your own decorated styles for clients. 


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