Fashion month is in full swing, and we’ve got your must-read round up of NYFW FW23’s best hair and beauty moments!
'90s Supermodel Blowouts @ L'Agence
It was all about bedroom eyes and ’90s supermodel blowouts inspired by Cindy Crawford at L’Agence. “The key word would be volume,” IGK co-founder Aaron Grenia tells Marie Claire. “Instead of the beachy waves, we’re getting a lot of requests for the bouncy blowout.”
Minimalist Perfection @ Proenza Schouler
King of catwalk hair Guido Paulo utilized laidback, air-dried locks at Proenza Schouler. Taking his queues from the minimalistic beauty trends that have taken over recent seasons, natural kinks and waves in the hair allowed the individual beauty of each model to shine and the looks presented to take centerstage.
Image via @proenzashouler.
Scuptured Braiding @ Tia Adeola
The devil was well and truly in the detail when it came to the sculptured braiding on display at Tia Adeola, with intricate plaiting and baby braiding with a ’00s aesthetic taking hair to new heights… Literally.
Image via @tiaadeola.
Undone Ballerina Buns @ Jason Wu
Polished ballerina buns with a cool girl twist added an unexpected edge to the chic gowns shown at Jason Wu. Ample shine paired with perfect polish were taken to the next level with untucked ends adding an It Girl energy to otherwise classic looks.
Image via @jasonwu.
Bountiful Bowties @ Sandy Liang
Bountiful bowties added a quirky touch to the sleek, straight locks as seen at Sandy Liang this NYFW. The perfect mix of pretty detailing with a slightly grungy twist was perfectly paired with fresh-faced models and plenty of attitude.
Image via @sandyliang.