By Ryan Roschke
Looking to add a little edge to your wedding day style? Take a cue from the latest lock looks to come down the runway. We spotted three easy-to-create hairstyle trends at New York Fashion Week that are wedding-worthy:
Lanvin Menswear Runway Show
Let’s just take a quick moment to talk about the quiff. What’s the quiff, you ask? It’s a fusion of the 1950’s pompadour with the ‘50s flattop, and sometimes even a mohawk. The hairstyle has been rocking the fashion world for almost two years now, and, while the quiff cut is still going strong, NYFW showcased some new versions by electing to either amp up styling or just not style it at all.
Givenchy Menswear Runway Show
Quiff or no quiff, length or no length, there were some very measurable styling choices that occurred on more than a few occasions. On one end of the spectrum, some of the collections featured styled hair that seemed to almost completely lack product. Sort of a really fashionable “just rolled out of bed” idea.
Dries Van Noten Menswear Runway Show
On the other hand, other runway shows opted for hyperbole with hair that could easily have fit into a musical number in Grease. We’re talking very shellacked hair that looked shiny and maybe even a little crunchy.
In the end, it really depends on your own regimen. You could dial it up or dial it down, just keep it clean, coiffed and creative. Don’t be afraid to take risks.
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