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Paris Fashion Week is in full force with Chloé’s Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection hitting the runway yesterday. Creative Director Ramsay-Levi’s vision for this show was to pull from Chloé looks throughout the entire history of the house and use a little bit from all of her predecessors. Besides the bohemianism and pattern work, the show taught us one crucial lesson: bangs are here to stay and work with LITERALLY every hair type. So put your excuses aside and fringe up because it’s bang season in the fashion world.

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Festival season is bringing braids back with a vengeance. The entwine pictured on the left was worn by Kate Bosworth last year at Coachella, and kicked off a trend of braided partings—using small braids to line a hair part—that’s still going strong. It’s a really cool twined look, one that feels neither urban-edgy nor farm-girl cutesy. This braid is subtle, slightly bohemian, and polished. Add it to your own spring wardrobe; learn how in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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While shopping for last minute gifts at the Union Square Holiday Market, I discovered amazing ornate and metallic headbands by Avigail Adam and I’m obsessed. With my currently packed schedule of holiday parties and dinners, I’m into anything that will keep me looking glamorous with the least amount of effort. Avigail’s handmade designs, which are inspired by the fashion and culture of ancient civilizations, add just the right amount of bohemian sparkle and glam. They’re easy to use and perfect for the girl on-the-go. If you stop by the booth, Avigail will even personally choose a style for you and show you how to wear it. From gold blooming flower hair sticks to silver wreath headbands, my trend senses ares saying these accessories are definitely a do for this and every season. Click through to the notes to see some of my favorite pieces. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →