60s silhouettes ruled at Jeremy Scott in New York where makeup artist Kabuki was inspired by Amy Winehouse to draw winged eyelashes on the models using three MAC eyeliners. The bouffant-style wigs (as modelled by Gigi Hadid) were as cartoony as the collection.
Models including Kendall Jenner (pictured) rocked 'The Diane' 'do, inspired by how the designer herself wore her curly hair in the 70s. Hairstylist Orlando Pita was behind the look, creating rows of buns in the models' hair to form curls when unraveled (get the how-to here!). To complete the Studio 54-inspired look, renowned makeup artist Pat MgGrath applied aquamarine eye shadow around the eyelids; upper and lower lash lines, then plenty of black mascara.
Antonio Corral Calero, Global Moroccanoil Ambassador, created these enchanting multi-braided hairstyles. The two braids at either side of the models head overlapped at the back and were secured by knotting the hair four times, with the ends left loosely hanging.
Minimal makeup retuned to London Fashion Week at J.W. Anderson, where NARS products were used to achieve perfect skin and "bring back the brow bone". Will this spur-on the return of arches in place of straight, statement brows? It's baby steps.
At Fendi in Milan, hairstylist Sam McKnight pinned the models' hair into faux bobs with deep side partings. Makeup was minimal save for bold floating eyeliner by makeup artist Peter Philips. Well, that's one way to achieve a wide-eyed look.
These soft, feminine updos were pure romance. Superstylist Guido explained his method: "Redken's Wind Blown 05 was the main product I used because it gives you some friction and texture when creating these sorts of updos – it makes the hair very manageable to work with. I twisted the back section up so that it's very loose and soft, and then twisted the front pieces back around the head, accentuating it with the gold thread so it's almost like a bit of jewellery in the hair."
Orlando Pita, New York Fashion Week Ambassador for TRESemmé created the 'braided crown pony' at this show in New York. Starting at a deep side part, French braids went across the foreheads all the way to meet a low ponytail at the nape of the necks. The minimal makeup featured dewy highlights on the eyes, nose and lips.
Sweat-look locks by stylist Syd Hayes and a 'supermodel sheen' (courtesy of St Tropez Self Tan Luxe Oil) made up the gleaming beauty look at Julien Macdonald. We also loved the intense eye makeup created using L'Oreal Paris products.