In a mid-pandemic world, a normal fashion month was never really in the cards. And socially-distanced shows means far less street style snaps than in years passed.
But that doesn’t mean we’re feeling any less inspired with the debuts of the latest Fall/Winter collections. COVID safeguards can’t keep spring style at bay. From couture mainstays like Dior to relative newcomers like Victor Weinsanto, designers dazzled us with dramatic silhouettes and daring accessories. We’ll be emulating these PFW aesthetics all year long.
Here are 8 stunning strand styles straight off the runway.
1. Dramatic Accessories
Powerful prints, luxury fabrics, and unique shapes– accessories absolutely stole the show at PFW. Designer Victor Weinsanto absolutely wowed us with this twisted silk silhouette.
2. Wet Texture
The “wet” hair look isn’t going away anytime soon. The Coperni was rife with hair inspiration, including this trend-setting raked-back aesthetic.
3. Silk Wraps
Like we said– PFW runways were absolutely abound accessory inspiration. The Versace show featured printed silk scarves, the lowkey luxury piece every Mane Addict needs.
4. Vintage Finger Waves
Maria Grazia Chiuri’s latest collection for Dior is the epitome of fall chic: textured fabrics, smoky eyes, and retro-waved pixie cuts.
So much short hair inspo on the PFW runways. With crisp silhouettes and even crisper cuts, Jil Sander was the epitome of sophistication.
6. Tousled Mullets
We’re still recovering from this mane moment at Courreges. Textured, tousled tresses are a classic we’ll be copying for the foreseeable future.
7. Ski Style
Miu Miu has captured our hearts with a winter wonderland collection, featuring knitted accessories, faux furs, and platform booties. Have you ever seen cozier headwear?
8. 70s Fringe
Chandelier earrings and long layers- have you ever seen a more iconic combination? Chanel’s groovy Fall/Winter collection featuring long locks, feathered fringe, and chevron prints we’re still obsessing over.