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Photo: Hailey Baldwin Instagram

If you haven’t noticed, the ‘90s are trending hardcore. Chokers, bandannas, crop tops, and even a shirt around the waist is in. Inevitably, this means the ubiquitous ‘90s double buns are also in. Once favored by Emma Bunton aka Baby Spice circa 1997, the double topknots have been spotted on everyone from Cara Delevigne, who wore a fluffier version on her Suicide Squad press tour to Yara Shahidi, who wore super cute double knots, perfect for dealing with summer’s humidity. I’ve even seen Hailey Baldwin pair double buns with her bikini. So from fluffy to sleek, celebrities and street style stars are taking on this look, and so should you. Click through to the notes to see your favorite it-gals doubling up on this trend. –– Michelle Rotbart 

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The fashion crowed is Down Under this week at Sydney’s Resort 2017 shows. A highlight reel of Gucci’s clashing prints, souvenir jackets, and cool new takes on denim are ruling the sidewalk. Of course we know that every outfit is actually made with a great topping of crowning glory. This is one of my favorite opportunities to check out emerging hair trends. Thus far I’ve seen amazing fringe and waves on model Annabella Barber and some fabulous turbans and hats on stylist Catherine Baba. Undone waves and wonderful toppers for the season? I’ll take it. See my fave hair trends from Sydney below. –– Michelle Rotbart 

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Photo: Oyster Magazine

Is it summer yet? This meh weather has me longing for the warmth of summer—triggering memories of long golden weekends and sticky metropolitan afternoons. Though I’m not looking forward to the latter, it reminds me that while a neck exposing crop is the cool girl’s answer to a scorching July afternoon, not all of us are reaching for the scissors. So what’s a long-hair-don’t-care kinda girl to do? Put your hair up! I’ve seen a plethora of celebrity and it-girl editorials offering hot weather hair inspiration. The options are endless, and they’re anything but meh. Click through for images. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →