3 Hair Trends We Spotted at Toronto Fashion Week

Sleek and structured to loose and wearable, here are our top hair trends of the week. 

We showed you our favourite beauty trends at the Toronto World MasterCard Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015 shows, but now it’s time to talk tresses. Lead hairstylist for Redken Canada, Jorge Joao, has us inspired by all of the looks he created with his team for the catwalks. From a balance of structured and unstructured styles to some more wearable looks, here are some of the top hair trends we spotted at WMCFW.

Plaited Treasures

The perfect fall trend to start playing with in the warm summer months is braids, and there was no shortage of these plaits during the shows. From being the focal point of the hairstyles to being detailed additions to textured looks, plaits made their presence known at shows like The Wild North, Farley Chatto and took on a Princess Leia braid-bun feel at Hayley Elsaesser. Even with the on-catwalk yoga at Lolé«, the workout-ready French braid had a glamorous feel and inspired our newest on-the-go style.

Feeling Loose

If there was one thing we noticed about the hair this week, it was unbelievably wearable and translatable from the catwalk to regular life. At Triarchy, we spotted loose, textured tresses and even though the hair at Sid Neigum had a sleek finish, Joao made sure to include texture as though someone had run their fingers through the hair. At Hilary MacMillan, beachy waves were given the high-fashion wet look treatment for a sophisticated twist on a favourite style.

Parting is Such Sleek Sorrow

As we look ahead at the trends for the season of glam, parties and soirees, it’s no surprise that deep parts and sleek hair were a strong focus with many of the shows. The week started off with tons of structure, including deep side parts and strong centre parts, seen at Pink Tartan and Mikhael Kale, respectively. Even Farley Chatto married a strong centre part with their braided updo. Mackage incorporated both a strong part and sleek hair, as did Soia & Kyo, which was the perfect balance for the textured clothes the models were sporting.

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