Get The New Year's 2015 Look: Hairstyle Inspiration From New York Fashion Week Part 2

Let the countdown to the New Year begin with some more Fashion Week-inspired hairstyles!

Heading out to your 2015 kick-off soiree without a cool enough 'do for your crown? Consider these looks straight from the runways of Spring/Summer 2015:

In keeping with the statement of luxury that Hermes is known for, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created an elevated blow-out for the designer's Spring/Summer 2015 show in Paris. Using guts 10 volumizing sprayfoam mousse to add height to the hair, Guido used  a round brush to blow-dry the hair and finished by clipping the hair into pin curls, removing the clips after several minutes to achieve lavish hair with slight contour.

Alexander McQueen 
Melding futurism and classicism into one, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a Japanese-inspired look for Alexander McQueen's Spring/Summer 2015 show in Paris. Achieving a wet-hair look by saturating the hair with Redken's hardwear 16 super strong hair  gel, Guido used a card to both flatten and fold the hair up into a rectangular shape, ultimately creating a modern look that McQueen has become known for. 

Bottega Venetta
Adding to the rich elegance of Bottega Veneta's Spring/Summer 2015 show in Milan, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a feminine, casual updo that any woman can achieve on her own. Using Redken's new wind blown 05 to add soft, natural texture and mess around 10 disrupting cream-paste to twist the hair back, Guido created a rich, ready-to-wear hairstyle that stunned on the runway. 


Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a classic, refined style that captured the essence of the sophisticated Celine woman for their Spring/Summer 2015 show in Paris. To create the look, Guido washed the hair using Extreme Hair Strengthening Shampoo and Conditioner and let it air-dry straight if straight, blowing it dry if wavy or curly. Redken's new wind blown 05 dry finishing spray gave the hair slight texture, allowing Guido to easily gather the top half of the hair. He accessorized the pulled-back look with an elegant circular barrette made by the designer, which secured the hair while creating the perfect combination of simple and modern.

It's often the little things that make a big difference, and Redken Creative Consultant Guido proved this to be true with the hairstyle he created for Prada's Spring/Summer 2015 show in Milan. Guido achieved this tough, yet sophisticated, low ponytail by using a combination of Redken's mess around 10 disrupting cream-paste and Diamond Oil High Shine Airy Mist to add small details that made a bold statement on the runway. 

Ready to ring in the New Year with a look ripped from the runway? Tell us which with a note below!

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