While NYFW has just wrapped up and we’re already in the midst of London’s time to carry the torch, there are so many new trends which went down the runway at Bryant Park this season. From the eyebrow piercings at Rodarte to super-slicked hair by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen of The Row, this season is full of inspiration which is sure to shine over the next few months.
Trend: Highlighted cheeks
Where: Theory S/S 2015
The Theory presentation displayed girls with dewy skin, glossy lips and prominent cheekbones. To achieve this natural glow, apply a touch of highlighter with your fingers over the tops of your cheekbones, on the cupids bow and even on the brow bone.
Trend: Straight locks
Where: The Row S/S 2015
Inspired by a hot summer in the Hamptons, models were sent down the runway with clean hair, parted down the middle with extra shine at the tips. Use a straightening iron to keep hair super-straight, but make sure to use a heat protectant before applying product onto the ends.
Trend: Pink lips
Where: Victoria Beckham S/S 2015
The former Spice Girl has come a long way from glitter eyeshadows and prominent lip liner, with models walking down the runway sporting a natural pink lip. Define the lips with a rose coloured lip liner, then blend with your finger to create a subtle shade of pink over the centre.
Trend: Eyebrow piercings
Where: Rodarte S/S 2015
Rodarte took it to another level by channeling punk rock in their latest Spring 2015 collection at NYFW. Models were fitted with fake piercings all over their brows – but we’re not suggesting you do the exact same! Multiple piercings are definitely back in style, and who knows, maybe this trend will be huge over the next few months.
Trend: Shaggy bob
Where: Marc Jacobs S/S 2015
Black shaggy bobs were worn by all the models, which not only flatter every single face, but are very easy to maintain. Of course the hairstyles used for the show are just wigs, but this cut is definitely versatile – especially if you want to create the illusion of thicker hair.
Images via The Fashion Spot, W Magazine