It's official: The catwalks are commanding us to leave our hair dirty. (Done and done, world.) The look dominating the runways is mussed-up, tied back, and most importantly, topped off with a headband. Yes, the staple hair accessory has been elevated, and is no longer reserved for the gym or keeping our hair out of our face while washing up before bed. And why not? It's a no-fuss statement piece that's sleek, polished, accentuates the face, and could potentially cut your getting-ready time in half. And we're all about that. Here, find our most-loved runway takes on the look—your snooze button is waiting...
At today's Chanel show, Lagerfeld and hairstylist Sam McKnight went for an androgynous-cool look, styling the hair into a messy French twist and topping it off with a black satin ribbon headband.
During Milan Fashion Week, the Kaiser gave his models distinct Brigitte Bardot vibes in their ruched leather bands with hair teased at the crown and loose, wispy pieces framing the face.
At New York Fashion Week, leather was also the choice material for designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez as well, but instead of feathery texture, they went for slicked-back updos.
Honor opted for headbands in all colors. The hair was worn down, slightly teased, and swept back behind the shoulders giving off some serious '60s vibes.
Chai's messy knot look gave off the most distinct fresh-off-the-gym feel and has us reaching for our trusty Goody head wraps.
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