• <b><i>Parkchoonmoo</b><br />
Hair by Kien Hoang<br />
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<i>Photo Courtesy of Parkchoonmoo</i>
  • <i><i>Photo Courtesy of Parkchoonmoo</i></i>
  • <i><i>Photo Courtesy of Parkchoonmoo</i></i>
  • <b><i>Elie Tahari</b><br />
Hair by Elsa Canedo<br />
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<i>Photo Courtesy of Elie Tahari</i>
  • <i><i>Photo Courtesy of Elie Tahari</i></i>
  • <b><i>Adeam</b><br />
Hair by Yannick d’Is<br />
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Photo Courtesy of Adeam</i>
  • <i><i>Photo Courtesy of Adeam</i></i></i></i>

Keep It Natural

Oribe Hair Care was backstage at more than two dozen shows during New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015. Here, we take you behind the scenes, highlighting the top hair trends to try this fall.

Natural hairstyles are sometimes the best accessory to pair with fall’s textured knits and heavy outerwear. At Parkchoonmoo, Elie Tahari and Adeam, our lead hairstylists maintained the hair's natural and effortless beauty using Oribe products. Click through our slideshow to discover each look and learn how to get it.

Hair by Kien Hoang

For Fall 2015, Parkchoonmoo created a cool but work-friendly collection with cozy turtleneck knits and draped coats and jackets. To complement the looks, hairstylist Kien Hoang used Oribe products to achieve a natural and soft texture to the hair. “The mood of Parkchoonmoo has always been graphic with straightforward lines in the clothes,” explained Hoang. “So this season, we wanted the hair to be a little bit if she’s been at work and her hair becomes tousled and ruffled.”

Get the Look:
1. Prep the hair with Foundation Mist.
2. Spray the base of the hair with Thick Dry Finishing Spray. Use a curling iron to create a soft wave throughout the hair.
3. Spray Soft Dry Conditioner on the lengths and ends of the hair.
4. Pull the hair back into a low ponytail. Let some airy pieces of hair frame the face.

Elie Tahari
Hair by Elsa Canedo

“The Elie Tahari woman is always modern and very feminine, approachable and has an ease about her,” explained hairstylist Elsa Canedo, who created a clean and simple look for the designer’s Fall 2015 “Urban Jungle”-themed collection. Using only Balm d’Or Heat Styling Shield, Canedo blow-dried the hair with her hands, twisting sections to add a little texture. “Sometimes we would use a curling iron but without creating much of an undulation,” she explained. “We just wanted the hair to have natural body and movement.”

Hair by Yannick d’Is

To juxtapose Adeam’s Fall 2015 collection of heavy knits and textured outerwear, hairstylist Yannick d’Is kept the hair as clean as possible, giving a feeling of lightness. “The inspiration for this hairstyle was minimalism,” said d’Is. “We wanted the clothes to be the priority and the hair to be timeless. Polished, but with a freedom to move.”

Get the Look:
1. Spray sections of the hair with Volumista Mist for Volume at the roots and Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray through the mid-lengths and ends.
2. Use a medium-size brush to blow-dry the hair away from the face, creating volume and a slight bend at the ends.
3. Create a clean center part and a low, loose ponytail. Let a few strands of hair out around the face.
4. Finish the look with Superfine Hair Spray.

See more hair trends from NYFW:
- Revamped Ponytail (Veronica Beard, Sally LaPointe and Chromat)
- Sleek and Down (Gabriela Cadena, Yigal Azrouël, Narciso Rodriguez)
- Playing with Texture (Kempner, Jill Stuart, Tim Coppens)

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