The 6 Coolest Hair Colours We Discovered at Fashion Week
Fashion Week may be all about the clothes for most, but here on team Who What Wear Beauty, our eyes are laser-focused on the hair and makeup. After all, both on the NYFW runways and on the chic streets just outside are where so many interesting beauty trends are first born.
This season, we couldn't help but notice a spectrum of intriguing hair colours pop up on runways like Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui, as well as on editors and influencers in attendance. The patterns show that 2019 is going to be a year when fashion girls experiment with short cuts and bright pastel shades (which might sound like an oxymoron, though you'll see what we mean). Think mint greens and cornflower blues. "Derelict Easter Egg," Who What Wear's co-founder Hillary Kerr fondly labelled them.
Curious to see the coolest hair colours we discovered at Fashion Week this season? Just keep scrolling.
Pink hair was all over Fashion Week this season—we spotted the playful, fruity hue on everyone from Michelle Li to actress Maisie Williams to runway models walking for Sies Marjan.
This androgynous muted blue looks especially fly on shorter hairstyles. We loved seeing it on the men of A-Cold-Wall's Fall 2019 show, as well as cool attendees like Refinery 29's Mi-Anne Chan.
Prediction: We are going to continue seeing a lot of this curly hairstyle + deep pumpkin-y orange color combo throughout 2019. The Marc Jacobs runway (see Gigi below) proved it really, really works.
Anne Sui's show was a kaleidoscope of Anime character-esque wigs, but the color that caught our eye the most was this icy lavender.
Fashion girls are obviously no strangers to platinum blonde, but the versions we saw this week seemed to take it one step up a notch, offering more of a proper white. On super-short haircuts, the look is especially modern.
We are living for influencer Ryan Norville's recently dyed mint shade. With short hair and a statement earring, it is both whimsical and chic.
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