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May 24, 2017

5 Runway-To-Everyday Looks From NYFW

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5 Runway-To-Everyday Looks From NYFW

There are a lot of reasons BTC editors love New York Fashion Week. We get to channel our inner Carrie Bradshaws, hang backstage with our favorite hair celebs like Orlando Pita, Laurent Philippon and Eugene Souleiman and witness hair trends AS they’re being born—on the runways of some of the biggest cities in the world. So as fall/winter 2017 NYFW comes to a close, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite looks of the week—sure to be inspiration for all the trendsetters in your chair.

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Get Bella Hadid’s Look for NYFW Anna Sui

The Anna Sui collection was inspired by various textures, including ruffles, lace and fringe. So Garren used R+Co products to create various looks based on length and texture—the main look being a modern version of the rolled hair of the ‘40s....

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Fashion Week Fishtail

Christian Siriano’s F/W 2017 collection was inspired by grooved, layered sand formations with strong, expressive shapes. To complement his collection, he enlisted Sebastian Professional Lead International Stylist Anthony Cole to create a look that incorporated the natural elements of his designs....

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NYFW Get the Look for WHIT

Asian influences permeated European decorative art and high fashion in the late 1800s and into the new century. WHIT’s collection imagined how working people would have integrated those traditional motifs into their daily uniforms, and Elie Camoro used this inspiration to create a structured,...

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NYFW to On-The-Go Look

Ryan Roche describes her collection as “hopelessly optimistic” this season with a statement-making, bold palette. So James Pecis created a pretty, yet less romantic and almost tomboy-like look to reflect the strong aesthetic of the collection.

The Everyday Marchesa Look

This season, the Marchesa collection drew inspiration from Imperial China, known for its appreciation for grandiose and awe-inducing style. To juxtapose the sensual feel of Marchesa’s aesthetic, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador Antonio Corral Calero created a look that exudes romanticism and naivety—a loose,...

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Get Bella Hadid’s Look for NYFW Anna Sui

The Anna Sui collection was inspired by various textures, including ruffles, lace and fringe. So Garren used R+Co products to create various looks based on length and texture—the main look being a modern version of the rolled hair of the ‘40s....

Read more

Fashion Week Fishtail

Christian Siriano’s F/W 2017 collection was inspired by grooved, layered sand formations with strong, expressive shapes. To complement his collection, he enlisted Sebastian Professional Lead International Stylist Anthony Cole to create a look that incorporated the natural elements of his designs....

Read more

NYFW Get the Look for WHIT

Asian influences permeated European decorative art and high fashion in the late 1800s and into the new century. WHIT’s collection imagined how working people would have integrated those traditional motifs into their daily uniforms, and Elie Camoro used this inspiration to create a structured,...

Read more

NYFW to On-The-Go Look

Ryan Roche describes her collection as “hopelessly optimistic” this season with a statement-making, bold palette. So James Pecis created a pretty, yet less romantic and almost tomboy-like look to reflect the strong aesthetic of the collection.

Read more

The Everyday Marchesa Look

This season, the Marchesa collection drew inspiration from Imperial China, known for its appreciation for grandiose and awe-inducing style. To juxtapose the sensual feel of Marchesa’s aesthetic, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador Antonio Corral Calero created a look that exudes romanticism and naivety—a loose,...

Read more