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Image: Harrods Magazine

Vasilisa Pavlova stars in this new editorial from Harrods, the luxury retailer of Knightsbridge, London. Taking inspiration from the tough, devil-may-care attitude of the punk rock scene, in the images Vasilisa portrays a singer entering the stage. With looks from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Erdem, and Victoria Beckham, the mohawk hairstyle and dark lip complete a cool and gritty looking spread. See all the well-dressed images below.  Click for StyleNotes →

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For the last few years updo trends have been all about simplicity: ponytails, low buns, topknots. Minimalism has its place, but it’s been the rage for so long that I feel like we’ve all but forgotten more complex styles. I’me not suggesting a return to the piled loops and cutesy tendrils of the nineties, but I do think it’s time to bring back a little intricacy. And its easy to do, all you need is three ponytails. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →


Sometimes combining two different trends can create looks that appear overly styled, overly done, or costume like, but this fusion of braiding and a mohawk takes these trends to a cool futuristic place that we love. This is the perfect go to for a night on the town or your next party where you want to have a stand out hairstyle. Don’t worry this is way easier than it looks to complete it. Click the notes for how to get it. –– Kelly Rowe

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Short layers and choppy bangs transform chin-length looks from demure to daring. Disconnected lengths—short on top and longer underneath—have a bold, punk-influenced feel. The top layers removes bulk from the sides and can be worn sleek, tousled, or even spiked into a mohawk. The shape opens up the face, accentuating the eyes and cheekbones for a flattering, edgy variation on the bob. Learn what to ask for and how to rock it in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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The Spring Summer 2015 runways were, for the most part, extremely understated. Blowouts were the exception, not the rule. Models wore little to no makeup. Sheer fabrics, soft suedes, and feather embellishments gave earthy appeal to designer collections. All of this minimalism made bold touches really pop: a swipe of orange shadow, a bright shoe, or a statement hairstyle. The edgy styles shown here were some of our favorites. Clusters of tight knots and wild tendrils exhibit punk influence, but paired with minimal makeup and feminine ensembles the styles feel playful, not confrontational. Learn about adding some quirky rebellion to your look in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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