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Posted on 27th March 2012 | Fashion Week News

Designers spend months creating new collections and putting together jaw-dropping and memorable spectacles.

Aside from the clothes, shoes, and accessories, the hairstyling is a crucial aspect in putting together a whole look. FashionTV has gathered three hairstyles that have taken the shows of top designers to a whole new level.

A great collection is not the only component for a good fashion show, it is just one of the many aspects that goes into creating a spectacle. Hairstyles are one of the biggest factors that play into a look. Nowadays, hairstylists work day in and day out in order to create the perfect ‘do that will tie the show together. FashionTV presents to you three of the best hairstyles that Fall Fashion Week had to offer.

Zac Posen

For his F/W 12/13 show, Zac Posen once again took our breath away with his gorgeous and ultra-glamorous gowns. Nonetheless, it was hard to keep our eyes away from the spunky yet meticulous hairstyle atop each models’ head. Coiffeur Luigi Murenu adapted a Japanese-inspired bun to go along with Posen’s collection, which was full of Eastern motifs. The lacquered and gelled back hair along with a sculpted roll all helped to create a Geisha-like look. However, in order to add a punky feel, Murenu chose to add sharp spikes that emerged from the bun itself. The result, of course, was incredible.

Alexander McQueen

The McQ line for Alexander McQueen is always all about rich designs and luxe fabrics. The F/W 12/13 show was no different; inspired by London war times, the collection, staging, and of course hair-styling was perfectly fitting. Models walked down the runway with a strict coiffed look that was both conservative yet extremely fashion forward.

John Galliano

Galliano’s F/W 12/13 collection was inspired by equestrian themes both in terms of design and hairstyling. The windswept hairdo along with the magnificent oversized tilted hats created a feeling that the models had gotten off of their horses directly onto the runway. The asymmetrical hairstyle added a rough touch to the Gothic atmosphere Galliano created for his collection.

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