As seen on the runway: Hot hair trends for fall/winter 2017

Beauty

March 20, 2017 | BY AFP Relaxnews

After a stiletto-clad marathon across the world's four fashion capitals, it's time to take stock of the various trends spotted on the runway for the fall/winter 2017 season. Like for clothing and makeup, hairstyles had a mostly natural vibe at the latest fashion month. Still, certain designers showed off more sophisticated creations, with glamorous, rock 'n' roll and eccentric styles.

The fall/winter 2017 season has several hair trends in store. The runway's bright dye-jobs, plaits, ponytails, buns -- and even double buns -- were joined by a host of natural styles, worn loose and relaxed but still perfectly finished. There are plenty of easy-to-replicate styles to try, for both daytime and evening looks.

Here's a look at some of the hottest hair trends from the recent Fashion Month, which started February 9 and ran until March 7:


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Center partings were also seen on the Victoria Beckham runway, with natural styles and hair tucked behind ears.


 

000_lp158.17f02150458.original.jpgPonytails were worn low at Tory Burch, tied with a wide ribbon and leaving a few strands loose at the front.


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Center partings were order of the day at Ralph Lauren, with hair worn in natural styles.


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J.W.Anderson went for neater styles. The ponytail was low and hair was swept round over one shoulder.


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Hair was worn loose at TOGA and adorned with various jewelry creations.


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Atsushi Nakashima created intricate, complex styles by weaving flat strips into models' hair.


000_lz99n.1d1b0154417.original.jpg This Moschino style may not be so easy to recreate at home ... unless you happen to have a spare bike wheel, a lot of patience and perfect balance.


 

000_m91z4.0b2c0155903.original.jpgBalmain also used cornrows, but only on the top of the head. The rest of models' hair was swept back into sleek, tight ponytails.


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Hair at Versace was vibrant and contemporary, worn loose but with brightly colored flashes, sometimes in fluorescent yellow.


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Maison Margiela worked several of the season's trends into modern and original styles, with two-toned hair, buns, braids and hair jewels.


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Andrew GN covered heads in cornrows, a hot trend for fall/winter 2017.


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Valentino kept hair soft and loose, with flowing natural locks with a slight wave. Hair was parted in the middle with thin braids on either side of the face.


 

000_me9cu.7c0b8155318.original.jpgAlexander McQueen's ponytails were worn very low, in a "done" yet undone style with crimped strands left loose around the face.


 

000_mf0p1.9556f135809.original.jpgFenty x Puma by Rihanna also brought bright colors to hair for winter 2017, seen here with matching eye makeup.


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Chanel voyaged into space with a futuristic collection matched with volume-boosted hair. Hair was swept back off the face and held in place with jewel-encrusted headbands.