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5 Hair trends from the fall winter 2023 runways

Haircuts and hairstyles that are easy to copy but can give our look a new twist

5 Hair trends from the fall winter 2023 runways Haircuts and hairstyles that are easy to copy but can give our look a new twist

There are not only clothes, bags, accessories or make-up. Hair is also one of the protagonists on the catwalks. Fashion month is an opportunity to discover the trends of the coming season and perhaps get inspired for a new look. The last shows have presented us not only with sensational hairstyles like Moschino's homage to punk, but also with many easy-to-copy examples of extreme wearability and versatility. The winner of all suggestions is the bob, which is confirmed as the trend of 2023 in all possible variations, followed by the (dreaded) return of the fringe, balletcore influences and throwback hairstyles.

Here are the 5 simple hair trends not to be missed on the catwalks for autumn/winter 2023.



Ever since Hailey Bieber opted for it, followed by Chiara Ferragni, who debuted with the new haircut at Sanremo 2023, everyone has gone crazy for the bob, which is declined in all possible versions, from medium to shorter: box, soft, wavy, expensive, Italian, ... The latest catwalks have also chosen it as the most important trend of the year. Alberta Ferretti, for example, focused on a length that reached the chin, with soft waves and a smooth base; Prada kept the styling very minimalist, favouring straight hair; while Emporio Armani, Ferrari and Iceberg adapted the cut to have a square and precise shape, so sharp seemed the bob that complemented Rodarte's gothic mood and featured small twists at the front and dramatic accessories. In short, its merit is its great versatility, which, together with its easy manageability, makes it suitable for practically everyone.



Okay, we all know: the bang can prove to be a big problem. The secret? Do not act impulsively and never do anything yourself like Emily did at the beginning of the third season of Emily in Paris, especially when we usually can not even cut an already pre-drawn piece of paper straight. So once we have found a professional we trust, we can take inspiration from the models who walked the runway last fashion month. Back in the spotlight is the cool baby bang that all the rock girls wore in the 90s and that we also saw at Gucci on Ilana Dubro, but especially on Sterre Haket and Greta Elisa Hofer, who used it to give their short haircuts a special touch. At Kim Shui, on the other hand, it was straight and spiky; at Rodarte, it was full, framed the brow bone and, along with a bold eyeliner, helped define the look; at Collina Strata, it was wet. Many models from other brands opted for the curtain bang, made fashionable by Brigitte Bardot in the 1960s and rediscovered by Kim Kardashian, ideal for softening a particularly angular face.


Centre parting

Perhaps the side parting is no longer objectionable and is slowly making a comeback, but judging by the latest fashion shows, the reign of the centre parting continues. In the last month, we have seen it everywhere. It's perfect for framing the face of those who prefer a horn cut, perhaps a super trendy bob, or those who like XXL lengths. It is also suitable for different hairstyles such as the chignon, the low ponytail, braids, beach waves, bed hair or extra-smooth curls. Which brands have chosen it to complete their looks?  RodartePrabal GurungPradaErdemJil SanderBurberryFerragamoMax Mara, SimkhaiPriscavera and many others.



Put waxes, texture sprays and gels on the shopping list, because for the next FW23, hair needs to be backcombed in a disciplined way, preferably with a wet effect. At Dior, Guido Palau stopped it and made it more romantic with a headband, while many other hairdressers pulled the strands back to make ultra-smooth chignons, confirming the popularity of balletcore. Most brands, however, from Etro to Undercover, David Koma to Carolina Herrera. Why not copy them for at least one special evening?


Ballet bun

Apparently balletcore will continue for a few more months. At recent fashion shows, it inspired Saint LaurentJason WuChristian SirianoCarolina Herrera. For Salvatore Ferragamo, especially in a severe and ultra-smooth version. For Salvatore Ferragamo, on the other hand, Virginie Moreira and the Wella Professionals team created a chignon with loose ends, while Nick Stenson created a "perfectly imperfect" loose chignon with soft, loosely grouped waves for Alice + Olivia. All perfect solutions to copy when we are having a bad hair day!