New Zealand Fashion Week is coming up fast, and we're excited to see what our fellow innovative Kiwis are doing to make their mark on the world.
In light of this, we decided to scroll through the archives and see what the hairstylists were doing in last year's Fashion Week. We know it's not about the hair, but heck, it's what we love -- so we did it anyway! Here's what we found.
Sitting at the barber's and ordering a 'short back and sides' has been the norm for men the world over, for many years. But we LOVE that it's now normal for women as well. It's great to see the gender-lines blur in hair-fashion, with both men and women being able to rock this staple.
The good ol' centre part has been the focus of catwalk styles for many years, but we love seeing the off-centre sweeping look strut down that catwalk as well. There's something softer and sweeter about it. Perhaps we'll shake things up a bit and rock our own off-centre part sometime soon!
Okay, crimped hair may be slightly startling to see on the street, but there's something wonderful about seeing it on the catwalk. It brings back memories of childhood sleepovers, where crimping, hair jewels and glitter gel were mandatory. What are your thoughts?
Messy? Maybe just our everyday look. There's nothing better than rocking the tousled, effortless look as you run about your day-to-day business. Or on the catwalk. Whatever.
This style is perfect for those office-gals who like something effortless, yet chic and professional. Start with a low pony, lightly backcomb to create texture and loosely pin up with bobby-pins. Finish off by pulling out some of your baby-hairs and voila, a beautiful, whimsical look.
Another beautiful genderless hair-style that we love to rock. Braids help manage unruly hair, and give an enviable edge to those brave enough to rock them all the time.