Loewe triumphs when it comes to sleek updos with this low ponytail that comes with an extremely high shine and clear centre parting.
Luckily, there’s something for everyone while flashing the spotlight on the ultra trendy hairstyles this season. For bold and powerful looks, the autumn/winter runways provide lots of inspiring options, from short, blunt cuts and full fringes, to plaits with a purpose and androgynous styles. Yet there’s also a lot of exciting choices for feminine, romantic styles, whether tumbling waves, natural curls, free-flowing or long, pin-straight hair. Plus, of course there’s always a good time for some spontaneity and playfulness, whether it means perfecting mini buns or going for an extreme colour change.
Scroll through for our rundown of the best hairstyles seen on the runways from New York to Paris.
It’s great to see the bowl cut making a comeback, for some inspiration here’s the look at Lanvin.
This short bob, seen at Balenciaga, delivers a young and edgy message.
A spritz of misting spray can get you gorgeous flat waves like those seen at Fendi.
Blumarine has got us trying to find those curling tongs to craft some soft, tumbling waves.
Relive the 90s with some messy, loose and relaxed mousse-scrunched waves. You can thank Alexander Wang for the idea.
We can’t wait to try rocking some Anna Sui style mini buns, they’re just so cute.
Badgley Mischka gives a masterclass on how vintage 1920s inspired ethereal waves can add lots of bounce and volume.
This Bottega Veneta quiff is such a cool retro look; it’s all about French chic with a twist.
Don’t’ fret if you just woke up and don’t have much time, just create a middle parting and straighten those roots to the max to get the ‘It’ look from DAKS.
If you love deep side partings like us, how about gliding in some hair slides? It’s just an idea you can steal from Ermanno Scervino.
Try Jenny Packham’s romantic, twisted style for a night out on the town.
Featuring lots of movement, Stella McCartney’s free-flowing and über natural look can simply be styled with water.
According to Francesco Scognamiglio and several others, wet, slicked back hair isn’t just for summer. You can add some height with a swipe of your hand.
These natural curls at Saint Laurent look so inviting to touch.
TopShop Unique’s sleek, poker-straight hair with extensions, inspired by Versace circa 1990, is a top look to try this season.
If you cover your hair, this retro look from MSGM featuring a gorgeous silk scarf is a must.
A pretty side-swept fringe, accompanied with a hat, is a winning look from Giorgio Armani.
It’s an ode to 1960s sky-high beehives, but Chanel knows just how to give bouffant hair a modern edge.
This look from Antonio Berardi introducing plaits of different width wrapped around the crown gives off so many “Outlander” vibes.
If you’re in the mood for something androgynous, how about trying this slicked back look with a far left parting by Carolina Herrera?
This strong look from Prabal Gurung lends masculine and feminine touches to scraped back ponytails.
When frizz isn’t an option, a long, silky ponytail, fixed at the centre, is a great choice, as seen at Oscar de la Renta.
David Koma gives deep side partings an innovative touch with hip power braids.
Marc Jacobs is one of the designers trumpeting the punk rock look with this highly pigmented electric blue.
A full, powerful fringe with a retro feel, like the ones at Moschino, can help you take centre stage.