The fashion industry is now in its full swing as it slowly adapts to the new normal.
Major cities like Berlin, Copenhagen, and Paris have successfully hosted socially distanced fashion shows featuring sought-after designers and jaw-dropping virtual presentations.
New York Fashion Week recently introduced the creme de la creme of the designer's Autumn/Winter 2021 collection.
Interestingly, this will be the second time that NYFW did a virtual show amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The highly-anticipated fashion show began on February 14 with the Taiwanese-Canadian designer Jason Wu kicking off the season with his nostalgic American vibes.
Moreover, New York Fashion Week's Autumn/Winter 2021 also featured several brands and fashion designers, including Alice + Olivia, Veronica Beard, Markarian, Badgley Mischka, Anna Sui, Tadashi Shoji, Monse, Adeam, Bibhu Mohapatra, Nicole Miller, Victor Glemaud, and many more.
Aside from the creative garments and scene-stealer designer pieces, the recent fashion event also showcased major hair inspirations that we might see on social media in the next coming months.
With that said, here are the biggest hair trends that will dominate 2021, as seen on New York Fashion Week's Autumn/Winter 21
The Chinese American fashion designer brought the heyday of the yesteryears with her '60s retro-glam aesthetic.
As obtained by ZoeReport.com, celebrity hairstylist and R+Co co-founder Garren explained that Anna Sui's inspiration came from the "'60s psychedelic style, escapism, and fantasy."
Moreover, the hair expert also highlighted the '60s era's fun and glam aspect, "I drew from that with a strong focus on the '60s style with added glam," he mentioned in a press release, adding, "I also focused on enhancing the natural texture for the curly-haired model."
Aside from his practical yet ultra-sexy pieces, the New York-based women's ready-to-wear designer featured a sleek, low bun hairstyle during his Autumn/Winter 21 collection.
The red carpet favorite hairstyle was created by hairstylist Rachel Lee, where it featured a chic and classic low bun while exposing the neck that highlighted Simkhai's masterpiece.
Another rising hair trend for 2021 is the modern blunt bob, also known as the boyfriend bob. It echoed the designer Sarah Staudinger's A/W 2021, which she described as a "sanctuary"--an inspiration she got from her childhood self that exudes function and fun. The modern blunt bob featured a stylish yet effortless hair trend, making it the perfect go-to hairstyle this year.
Fashion aficionados witness Prabal Gurung's edgy vibe while models walk with ultra-long braids and in vibrant gowns and polka dot print dresses.
The Cut cited that hairstylist, Evanie Frausto, who is the mastermind behind the looks, created the sleek back braids using Bumble & Bumble, which is considered an elevated everyday hairstyle.
This 2021 hair trend was also seen in "Keeping up the Kardashian" stars Kim Kardashian-West and Kylie Jenner, who both rocked in their waist-length ponytail braids during their recent family vacation.
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