Fashion Week SS20 Hairlights

Whilst we are trying to hold on to this summer and enjoy the sunshine as long as possible, Fashion Week (or month by the time we have finished with each city) is focussing on Spring/Summer 20, and the style can be summed up as ‘natural glamour.’ 

Hair is glossy and healthy, luxe is in and we really could not be happier, beauty is just as refined, and accessories are adding interest to your locks. Scroll down to get the most notable style straight from the catwalk, ready for you to replicate at home.


Whilst VB opted for an elegant and simple low bun, the likes of Kate Spade and Gayeon Lee added an extra touch with a twisted plait, giving a more ‘undone’ effect. 

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TOP TIP: Use a little Remi Cachet hair oil to help stop stray hairs escaping.


Always a staple look for a busy girl, the ponytail styles this season are long and sleek, so get out those straighteners and gather your hair at the base of your head for a low slung pony.

Simple bands are used, but session hair artist, Paolo Guido, wrapped a leather strap around the base for the Proenza Schouler show.  We can really see this taking off.

Move this on with a long plait as seen for Christian Siriano and Chiara Boni.


We have already shared the love for Tory Birch’s comb, and this is a nod back to the 80’s -  where many designers found their inspiration - and specifically, in this case, back to Lady Di.

Another who used a barrette in a similar way is Coach. A simple quiff and wet look on the hair at the front of the head gives the perfect fresh-faced vibe.

For those fun days, try these cute pigtail plaits and decorate with colourful silk flowers.

Scarves continue to be the hair accessory to play with and, let’s be honest, not only do they add a little interest to your look, they have a practical side too, helping your hair stay in place against the wind. Kate Spade simply wrapped hers around the head to emphasise the chignon, as shown above.

Stay tuned here and on social as we trawl all things hair from the catwalks of Milan and Paris.

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