Hair accessories win the spotlight at NYFW SS 2017

When makeup is kept pared down, hair wins the stage and during this SS 2017 New York Fashion Week, the accessories seen on models' head were endless. From wide and dyed bandannas atBaja East to Thakoon's high-gloss "wet, wet, wet" twisted messy knots that recalled 9-year-old Christy Turlington sitting coolly before Herb Ritts’s lens, the Nineties touch was pretty evident. Still, ballerina buns were not missing but were taken to a new level at Ryan Roche were James Pecis wrapped pieces of rough-ended silk between models' hair to create an intricate yet ethereal updo. Things were kept more classic at Adam Selman were hair was embellished withvelvet and plexiglass barrettes while at Tibi hair was tied in a low ponytail with... a belt!

Plenty of option for everyone, and NYFW is not finished yet. 

Quando il makeup viene tenuto sotto tono, sono i capelli a stare sotto i riflettori. A confermarlo ci pensano i look portati in passerella (fino ad ora) alla Fashion Week Newyorkese che offrono per la Primavera Estate 2017 un'infinita serie di ispirazioni. E ce ne è per tutti i gusti. Dai vibe anni Novanta delle ampie bandane di Baja East agli hairstyle ultra glossy (per non dire bagnati) di Thakoon fino ai più classici chignon in stile ballerina che vengono però intrecciati ad arte da James Pecis per Ryan Roche con fettucce di seta per un tocco più à la page. Non mancano soluzioni più "portabili" come barrette di velluto e di plexiglas (Adam Selman), fasce nere (Creatures of the Wind) o cinture vere e proprie che legano una coda bassa (Tibi). 

Ryan Roche. Image credit @jamespecis

Baja East. Hair by Guido Palau. Image @maccosmetics

Thakoon. Hair by Odile Gilbert. Image @Thakoonny