Updated on September 26, 2022 at 7:27 p.m.
The wet look hair still unbeatable
From wet hair, there were some during this Milanese fashion week. And from every angle! First in its original version, in other words flattened back at Giorgio Armani but also on the side with a wavy and a central line like at Aniye Records or even sideways like at Ferragamo. The wet look hair also played the card of originality with small hair stuck on the forehead – to recall the trend of baby hairs – at Jil Sander in particular; but also via long, thin locks modeled sometimes on the contour of the face, sometimes falling in front of the eyes (very 90s’) at Emporio Armani and Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. Special mention for the Ferrari show where the wet hair of the models officiated like large locks covering almost all of their foreheads.
Towards the return of the wick on the side
If the timeless fringe – in its curtain and straight version in particular – has been seen on the catwalks, it is its sister who took the spotlight this season: the wick on the side (as Emily Ratajkowski a few weeks ago) so! Yes, a bit like the one we wore when we were younger. On short square Like on long hair, this wick – more or less wide – was therefore displayed on all fronts most often in a worked way. We see it sophisticated in a lacquered version and accompanied by a high ponytail at Vivetta. We like it wet and irregular at Elisabetta Franchi or Ferrari but also in blocks like at Etro, Trussardi and Ferragamo.
The parting in the middle, a must have!
While we had seen it on the side, in zig-zag and sometimes even colored during last season, it is now the parting in the middle which imposes itself on the heads of many models in this third week of Spring-Summer 2023 Fashion Week. Prada, Versace and Missoni present it to us in an ultra-classic way on loose and natural hair; Sportmax opted for a lustrous hairstyle to show it off as the Ports 1961 show featured it paired with a low bun and blurry.