London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2013

London Fashion Week has come and gone, making way for Milan Fashion Week, but not before making it’s mark on the collections that have been coming out of the Spring/Summer 2013 shows.

As on my New York Spring/Summer 2013 blog I must thank Vogue and WWD for their regular and inspiring updates on both their Websites and their Facebook pages. All the pictures below have been taken from their sites. The photos have been credited with the designer of the collection as well as the photographer. To see the relevant tag, hover your mouse over the picture.

The images I have chosen are few in comparison to the numerous shows. I have chosen pictures which are congruous to the hair trends that I feel are being set in the Spring/Summer 2013 collections.

The hair and clothing in this collection reminded me of Little Bo Peep, although not really everyday wear for most people, I like the feeling of innocence the collection depicts.

‘Bed head’ hair off-set with defined partings, an easy hairstyle to achieve yourself. It is a style that works well on medium to fine mid-length hair. Use Velcro rollers to give your hair some body and movement and finish it off with a light weight styling cream for texture.

Elegance with a hint of grunge. The height, soft waves and subtle flow of this style create a sexy and striking style.

I love this look! The bee-hive is in my opinion as classic as the bob. A hairstyle that goes with any outfit to create a seductive and feminine appeal.

The dark tips on this otherwise simple hairstyle create an extraordinary yet attractive finish to the look. Very effective!!!

Strong middle parting were seen often on the shows, shown here with low buns or pony tails,the simplicity of the hairstyles in this show balance the bold colours and prints of the clothes.


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