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From Cruella de Vil to Khaleesi, icy blonde, boarderline silver hair makes a bold & powerful statement. The trend has transitioned from the big screen to the city streets and we want to know how we can achieve the icy shade, the right way.

Tessa Sprauer, ARROJO SoHo colorist and blonde specialist, gives us the inside scoop on Icy Blonde.

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I’m not sure if we owe the revival of the choker to 90s revival or Melisandre from Game of Thrones, but this accessory is back with a vengeance. Worn over a scarf with the hair tucked in, it creates a cinched, belt-like effect that’s reminiscent of pigtails, but looser and sexier. We saw this look on Dior’s Spring/Summer 2016 runway; let’s take it to the street. Learn how below. ––  Laura Martin 

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Still in her teens, British actress Sophie Turner not only has a glamorous career–– look out for her in the upcoming flicks, X-Men: Apocalypse and Mary Shelley’s Monster to go with her turn on Game of Thrones –– she sports an array of long hairstyles to make any noblewoman rise to eminence. Whether it’s a flowing wave or a casual braid, Sophie has a privileged sense of style. Join the beau monde in the notes.

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Wylde Magazine’s latest issue features a dreamy, ethereal shoot starring Issac Lindsay. Lensed by Robert John Kley, the glorious gowns, full of embellishments, and the model’s unusual poses create intricate silhouettes and beautiful composition. But we’re most into the hair. The decorated crowns, braided tails, and flowing waves looks like Star Wars met Game of Thrones and renewed as one futuristic hair trend. It’s well worth a look; see all the images after the jump.

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