Milan is a land that contains many interesting things about fashion so that many of the most prominent names in the contemporary fashion village originated from here. It can be said that Milan Fashion Week is a true runway floor that shows the diverse street fashion styles of fashion lovers. It’s a month since the 2020 Milan Fashion Week but the fashion, especially the special hair trend it brings up still takes the world by storm. Let’s recall some of the most impressive moments in this post.
First, what’s Milan Fashion Week? Milan Fashion Week is one of the international important event in the fashion world which features live streams from the private runway shows, interviews with fashion influencers, designers, stylists, and models, plus shopping during Golden Week. Following the 2020 New York and London Fashion Week, the 2020 Milan Fashion Week was held from February 18 to 24 in 2020 in Milan, Italy.
Milan Fashion Week always has its own attraction. As the third destination of the fashion golden month, we look forward to seeing luxurious and romantic looks from the famous Italian fashion houses we’ve come to know and love. They are often classic beauty styles with some more edge and sophistication. Last year, Versace introduced some grungy, textured hair paired with smoky eyes. At the Max Mara show, designers brought a sharp, modern power braid. And only Moschino could find inspiration from The Price Is Right — models stepped out the runway with over-the-top wigs and colorful eye shadow. What’s about this year’s trend? Scroll through some of the most noteworthy hair now.
1. Natural hair in Alberta Ferretti and Versace show
When the natural hair movement of the past decade continues to be one of the most favorable ones in 2020, we’re expecting to see gorgeous new ways to style our tresses. And there would nowhere more suitable to get that than the runways. In the Spring / Summer 2020 season, natural hairstyles continued to take the throne at Milan Fashion Week. Typically, the light wavy curly hair in the Alberta Ferretti show or the combed wet hairstyle with unfinished bangs on the forehead of the Versace fashion house. Those who are lazy or too busy can take inspiration from these suggestions to F5 for their hair.
2. Space bun at Fendi show
Hairstylist Sam McKnight recalled our favorite space buns at Fendi SS20’s show. Playful, easy-making and reminding us of the go-to-school disco look, this is one of the most prominent Milan Fashion Week beauty looks we’re looking for.
Unlike the serious space bun we rock at school age, Fendi’s take on the tween hairstyle was a tad messy, with frivolous flyaway hair. Are you ready to rock this excellent hairstyle? Here is all you need to do with your hair. The top half of the hair was divided into two sections, to create the fun buns, leaving a few strands free at the front, and a chunk of hair left out at the back near the nape of the neck. So easy, right?
3. Pigtail Braids at Max Mara and Antonio Marras shows
Wondering what’s the most surprising look of this Milan Fashion Week? And the first one coming up our mind is Pigtail braids – the kind you wore when you were, like, four or five years old. Hairstylists at Max Mara and Antonio Marras succeeded in proving that there is a way to rock the schoolyard aesthetic in your adult life, and it comes down to a precise part and minimal flyaway. You can add some highlights for weaving in a touch of ribbon, as seen at Antonio Marras.
4. Slick Side Part at Prada and Giara
Prada and Giada introduced the perfect option for the woman who just doesn’t do messy: the sleek side part. Both fashion houses sent models down the runway rocking deep side parts, slicked back with hard-hold and tucked behind the ears. That resembles the gorgeous ‘20s-inspired bobs. Take a closer look and we can see the hair look has got subtle sideburns created by using hair extension.
5. Paint splattered hair at Moschino
Safe to say, there would be nothing more special and funny than this Paint splattered hair at Moschino show. It’s revealed that the traditions of Picasso’s native Spain is the heart inspiration of this vibe. Models of Moschino came down the runways with the hair styled in Spanish-style chignons. Each model either wore a custom wig or has their lengths parted down the middle, twisted at the neck, and pinned into a voluminous knot. Honestly, every woman will look extremely gorgeous and stunning with this strong hairstyles.
6. Sculptural Updos
The higher the hair, the better the look: That must have been the slogan backstage in Milan. At Fendi, lead hairstylist Sam McKnight told Vogue that he was inspired by Star Wars princesses. He wanted a return to elegance but slightly more unexpected. And as we have seen, he succeeded in shocking the fashion world.
Moschino hairstylists also choose up-do hair to express their collection. However, they took the cues from Marie Antoinette. Models went on the runway in dresses made to look like cakes and pastries. And the hair? It also came to the same path of cakes and pastries- look. It was cheeky and chic, and those on board with Scott’s “let them eat cake” concept were served their just desserts. So special and funny!
7. Big hair at Annakiki show
The ‘80s- inspired hair look was brought back at Annakiki’s show, which saw big high ponytails. This hairstyle is in the help of showing off the pear hoop earrings and the beautiful makeup eyes.
These are some of the runway-worthy looks of the 2020 Milan Fashion Week. Which of these is your favorite look? Let us know in the comments.