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MANESPIRATION: Couture Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015

Just like that, another fashion week in Paris has come to a close. And make no exception,  Fall/Winter 2015 Couture Week was full of memorable moments all it’s own, and we’re not just talking about the fashion. Here are 4 headline-stealing mane moments from the past week, in the city of light.


If you take one trend away from the past week of shows let it be the return of the effortlessly delicate beauty of long, natural waves. At the hands of Guido Palau, models dressed in Dior, Versace, and Valentino showed us that the ease of angelic boho waves is perhaps best served with high end couture.


Festival goers, and flower children rejoice – your beloved flower crowns have received a god-like upgrade. Crowns were everywhere this week – Valentino, Elie Saab, and Versace all offering their own version. While Valentino’s golden crowns reminded us of Roman royalty, Versace’s were floral crowns with a nymph-chic edge.


We certainly can’t have a conversation about Mane Moment’s during Paris Couture Week without mention of this year’s abundance of dark, blunts wigs. Georgio Armani Prive, Fendi , and Sam McKnight for Chanel all made a case for androgynous hair dark hair and oh how we love the contrast it creates with the stunning couture gowns. With a growing number of short haired female celebrities, this is a trend we don’t see disappearing anytime soon.


Rainbow and pastel coloured hair has been trending for some time now, and we love how effortlessly Eugene Souleiman took it and translated it to Couture. The bright orange color at the front of the ponytails really stood out from the neutral palette and black and white patterns of the Giambattista Valli couture and lightened the mood – a look that could translate well to young celebrities on the red carpet. The pop of color acts as a substitute for heavy makeup and adds a little fun and personality to these runway couture gowns.

Did you have a favorite #manemoment from Couture Week? Let us know in the comments!

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