London Fashion Week came back again – that means street style. As only the trendiest items fill the city’s thoroughfares, you’re sure to be blown away by the traffic-stopping outfits from block color leather to slip skirts. But it’s fair to say that we’re most interested in Instagram-worthy people haircuts.
This year we saw
“sachel” (a cross between a messy shag and a layered cut inspired by Rachel from Friends), not to mention Italian bean (with bushy ends and worn in natural hair) and bottleneck bob (classic bob with streamlined curtain bangs). But you can always count on street artists to offer the latest, most innovative hairstyles (and you can bet they’ll be taking over salons in no time).
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hair inspiration you’ll ever need, straight from LFW SS23.
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If street style is what the bottleneck of the bangs here to stay. Retro fringes are a cool mix curtain bangs (which drapes on each side to frame the face) and a more voluminous fringe. Give your wide-toothed brush a boost for that ’70s fluffiness. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
Seen at Bora Aksu, this style resembles “sachel”which sits comfortably between the messy shag and Rachel’s layered haircut, inspired by Rachel from Friends. This makes a wavy lush fringe. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images
More style than cut, TikTok grabbed a bun has been spotted at almost every London Fashion Week show this season. A two-step process is key to securing it: leaving two front sections of hair, which are then wrapped back around the base of the bun to create a super sleek feel. herehow to do everything right in one go. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
Introducing “Muksi” haircut, a cross between a pixie cut (hence the short, sparse bangs and layers on top) and mullet, thanks to the longer length at the back and sides. We also like the slightly wet look. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images
The “bee bean” is a bob haircut with a heavier silhouette, very similar to this beautiful, curly style. It emphasizes the two-tiered area of the face, thus your eyes and the top of your cheekbones. We’re also a little obsessed with this deep copper color. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
If you want your hair to look fuller, see a stylist U-shaped haircut with long layers, very similar to this voluminous style. The petite fringe is the cherry on top. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
This is proof that you can’t beat dumb bean. The center parting is classic, but the smooth texture over the super straight finish takes it from the ’90s to 2022. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images
Michelle Thompsonaward-winning afro and textured hair specialist and ghd ambassador predicted it defined volume (big, bouncy, individual curls) would reign supreme – and she was right. this rounded bob haircut spotted on the street styler outside the Fashion East show, handsome. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images
Get to know each other boyfriend bob. In London salons, it is known professionally as a “bob bob” due to its short, sharp ends that touch the jaw line. By applying a hair gel mixed with oil throughout the length of your hair from roots to ends, you will make your hair smooth all day. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
beautiful protective hairstyles ruled both the catwalk (at Fashion East, Halpern and Erdem) and the street style outside of each venue this London Fashion Week. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
Jourdan Dunn justified his favor a lip-length pieceadvocated by London barbers The Hair Bros. Think heavy, face-framing layers that touch the lips or jawline and don’t tie in with the rest of the hair. Paired with a high ponytail, this haircut is equal parts modern and classic. Photo by Neil Mockford/GC Images
When street style is long layers here to stay. Presenter, model and fashion ambassador Isabella Charlotte Poppius decorated her with very thin lighter strands, or as London colorists call it “hair freeze”. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images
A fashionable writer Susie Lau proves that eyelash curling fringes are back. We love how the bangs blend seamlessly with the rest of the hair on the sides. PHOTO BY MARIANO DOS SANTOS PIRES
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