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Photo: Irina Vitjaz AW ’17 NYFW Presentation Model. Photo by Steve Nay

We adore this look created by the ARROJO NYC editorial team for the Irina Vitjaz presentation at New York Fashion Week AW ’17. A vintage glamor wave, with one side tucked behind the ear and the other side tumbling forwards, over the neck and shoulders, a soft asymmetrical effect is created, one which encourages the eyes of an admirer to drift all across the face frame, taking in the model’s high jawline, sultry eyes, and perfect pout. Best of all, with the right tools and techniques you can recreate this look at home in 15-20 minutes. Learn how below.  Click for StyleNotes →

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While fashion month is continuing its journey around the globe, I’m still catching up with all the beauty looks from New York and organizing my trend folders. There were so many trending styles in New York this season, most notably the focus on individuality. I loved seeing lots of different natural textures, waves, and even frizz (made fashionable). It’s going to be a great season for curls, kinks, and messy updos. To help you get a start on the season, I put together five of my favorite trends from NYFW. To read my insights, click through to the notes. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →

 

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Todashi Shoji’s fall collection was daring and understated. Many of the looks featured tattoo patterned mesh combined and intricate cutouts. The palette was dark and simple; many of the looks were solid black. Makeup was nude except for a smokey metallic eye and hair was textured, loose, and damp, but with lots of definition. The models looked, not air-dried, but as if they’d been caught in a storm. The result was both grungy and glamorous, with fullness and defined texture that showed off layers and fringe. Lean to create the look at home in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →