As seen at: Donna Karen S/S 2012
Add a wrap around the ponytail for a 90s-inspired finish as seen at Donna Karen.
Take the hair straight back from your hairline and pull as tight as possible to perfect this style. The instant face-lift is an added bonus.
As seen at: David Koma S/S 2012
Kenna and his ghd team created this sectioned masterpiece at David Koma. We love it.
As seen at: Hervé Léger S/S 2012
Section your hair into two or three ponytails and secure at the nape of your neck for this high-fashion style.
Sweep hair back into a low-slung ponytail or bun for the perfect office-ready style.
As seen at: J Mendel S/S 2012
This look can be cool and grungy too: just plait hair before bed and slick behind one ear to play copycat with this J Mendel style.
Trend: Accessorised Up-Do
Add pretty pearly pins to low-slung buns to steal this style.
To give a high-fashion finish leave hair wet, even adding a slick of gel (yes, you remember, the stuff from the 90s) for a high-shine style.
As seen at: 3.1 Phillip Lim S/S 2012
Stand out from the fashion pack with Philip Lim’s quirky style. Leave a few sections loose as you scoop your locks into a bun and pin into the style at varying heights.
As seen at: Gucci S/S 2012
Add a cool metallic clip around your ponytail like the girls at Gucci, and even try some metallic streaks if it’s a style statement you seek.
As seen at: Jason Wu S/S 2012
Go crazy with hair grips and clips for a serious statement style as seen at Jason Wu.
Just twist sections of hair into mini buns and secure with oversized grips all over the back of your head for a quick and easy take on this look.
As seen at: Louis Vuitton S/S 2012
Never underestimate the power of a pretty hairband to transform your look.
As seen at: Louis Vuitton S/S 2012
Why not prove you are style royalty with a seriously cute tiara? Add volume at the roots to soften the look.
As seen at: Yves Saint Laurent S/S 2012
Thought buns were boring? Not at YSL. Stunning golden accessories brightened up low-slung coils on the catwalk.
Trend: Glamorous Blow-Out
Simple centre-parted locks are given extra volume with subtle waves and a high-shine finish.
As seen at: Anna Sui S/S 2012
Veronica Lake’s enviable waves are back: chic side-parted locks with brushed out curls and oodles of volume.
As seen at: D&G S/S 2012
Blow-dry ultra-long locks into soft waves using a large round brush.
If you’ve got a natural wave in your hair let it shine through, adding extra bounce with a few loose curls.
As seen at: DKNY S/S 2012
Don’t straighten locks: you’re going for that natural bounce, the added kink here and there will add to the glamour.
As seen at: Issa London S/S 2012
Issa’s girls oozed Hollywood glamour with extra-large spiral curls, brushed out to soften the look.
As seen at: Versace S/S 2012
Try blow-drying upside-down to add some extra va-va-volume.
Trend: Wet Look
As seen at: Alexander Wang S/S 2012
Achieve this look by adding a generous slick of styling product to wet hair and leave to dry in plaits.
As seen at: BCBG S/S 2012
Slick hair back with oodles of serum and finish with a high-shine hairspray.
As seen at: Diesel Black Gold S/S 2012
Throw your wet-look locks into a messy up-do.
As seen at: Felder Felder S/S 2012
Tease wet-look locks into a casual, voluminous quiff letting the back of your hair hang loose.
As seen at: Proenza Schouler S/S 2012
Slick mid-length locks straight back from your face for a rock ‘n' roll finish.
Trend: Braids & Twists
The 90s favourite, corn-rows, make a comeback this season: McQueen’s girls wore a wrap of tightly-woven braids...
Twist into a beehive finish if you dare/actually can.
As seen at: Ashish S/S 2012
Not feeling brave enough for some of the quirky twisted styles? Fall back on a simple side-plait like the girls at Ashish.
As seen at: Giorgio Armani S/S 2012
Get twisted with a random swirly up-do like this one.
Part hair in a pretty side-swept style to keep the look soft and feminine at the front.
Just grab sections of hair and twist back into snakes and pin into place, gathering a larger section into a bun at the centre of the head.
As seen at: Moschino S/S 2012
Will we ever tire of a classic halo braid? Never!
As seen at: Valentino S/S 2012
Halo braids were softer and prettier than ever at Valentino. We adore this romantic style.
Take the look all the way around your head for a low-maintenance statement style you’ll be rocking ‘til autumn.
As seen at: Givenchy S/S 2012
Add a few twists and run through with a styling product for a cool, grunge-goddess finish.
As seen at: Isabel Marant S/S 2012
To make this look more polished, blow-dry locks so that they’re (almost) straight and finish with a slick of serum or shine-spray.
As seen at: Theyskens’ Theory S/S 2012
This look is perfect for layered cuts: add curls for extra texture.
Trend: VolumeThe beehive is back. Like, really back. Not just a little bit of volume at the roots, but full-on, hair-raising, high-rise styles that you’d have to duck to fit under doorways. We’re in.
As seen at: Fendi S/S 2012
You’ll have to backcomb your locks at the roots before gently combing back into a chignon to replicate this style. Hairspray is your friend.
As seen at: Rochas S/S 2012
Easter comes early with this egg-tastic look. Defy gravity with your own high-rise style.
As seen at: Ohne Titel S/S 2012
Sweep your towering quiff to one side for a preppy finish.
As seen at: Aquila.Rimondi S/S 2012
Combine wet-look and quiff trends by slicking product through your locks before styling.