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Lazy girls, we have another one for you! The loose ponytail trend we saw on the runway is still hot and even the top models are still rocking it. This past week Karolina Kurkova attended an Art Basel party in Miami showcasing a version of a low ponytail created by her stylist Bryce Scarlett. It’s very similar to the one we loved from the Valentino couture show and super easy to emulate. Click through to style notes to learn how to do this look. –– Michelle Rotbart 

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Any editorial shot by Karl Lagerfeld featuring Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Naomi Campbell, and Karolina Kurkova on the glossy pages of Harper’s Bazaar UK has to be considered an augury for the future of fashion and style. And so it would appear colorful patterns and prints are sprouting wings for spring. But what we found most compelling was the accompanying hairstyles. Three distinct looks –– glamorous texture,  towering turbans, streamlined bobs –– highlight the emerging hairstyle trends for 2014. To take inspiration for the eye-catching spread, click style notes.

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Last week’s hot weather brought eclectic celebrity looks. Among the it-girls, there was a return of neutral makeup, easy hair, and simple silhouettes. Enjoyably, each star pictured above shows the essence of their personal style, remains party to current trends, and gives us hair and fashion to aspire to. Click through to style notes for tips on emulating these eye-catching celebrity style mavens. –– Michelle Rotbart 

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After a week wrapped in hair and beauty, we like to finish Friday’s posts with inspiration from the world of fashion. Today, Vogue Germany got our juices flowing with this retro look at timeless elegance, beauty and grace. With sixties style now at the height of fashion, it’s no surprise to see roller-set hair used to evoke the spirit of that time. To see this series of imaginative images, click style notes.

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