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Lily Aldridge offers a harbinger of a great year in fashion and beauty with her cover story for the January issue of Vogue Spain. Sporting contemporary interpretations of seventies style, the glossy images features the top model in flowing waves of brunette tresses, sexy, skin-revealing dresses, and bewitching fur coats. See it all, below.  Click for StyleNotes →

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Taken from a shoot for the November issue of GQ UK, Lily Aldridge is making us pine for beachy bedhead waves in this sexy shot. The weekend is a great time to give this style a try, and we know a cool technique that means, instead of primping endlessly at the vanity, you can get natural-looking and sexy beachy locks with hardly any effort. Click through to styles notes to get the details on our fuss-free technique for gorgeous undone waves.

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We have to admit we have a number of celebrity hair crushes. From Olivia Palermo’s shiny center-parted waves to Lily Aldridge’s flowing ombré locks, Hollywood puts out some great hair. And even though summer’s over, we’re still lusting after celebrity-worthy long locks. Even after styling and coloring, the it-girls of Hollywood seem to have damage-free and thick hair. We know there are often hair extensions involved but there has to be something they’re doing right. Want to know the secrets of dream hair? Click through to style notes to find out. –Michelle Rotbart 

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There has always been some overlap between mens and women’s fashion. Tights were first worn by men. Fedora’s were originally for women. Many current fashion staples like jeans look great on both genders and we’re seeing more and more crossover between trends for men and women, even in hairstyling. Read on to see the top five gender neutral trends and see who wore it better, the men or the women. –– Laura Martin 

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