vogues 5 new trends for 2018
On The Fringe
If you've been tempted by a fringe in the past, spring/summer 2018 is the season to take the plunge. Guido Palau cut in choppy, piecey fringes at Prada - try a DIY version if you're feeling brave - whilst sweeping side fringes ruled the catwalk at Tom Ford and Fendi.
Up The Volume
Sick of grungy, cool-girl strands? At Versus Versace the styles created by Eugene Souleiman embraced models' natural hair texture - from roughed-up rock'n'roll to voluminous spiral curls. Just remember: the bigger, the better.
Accessorise, Accessorise, Accessorise
Spring/summer 2018 is undeniably the season of the stellar hair accessory - from the bejewelled hairbands at Dolce & Gabbana to the slides worn above each ear at Versace. Top of our shopping list? The pearl-adorned clips at Simone Rocha, worn school-girl style to hold a side-parted fringe perfectly in place.
At Moschino, Paul Hanlon paid tribute to Christy Turlington by fitting models with short-cropped wigs to mimic the style the model sported in the early Nineties. Now's the time to brave the cut yourself (screengrab some pictures of the Supers on your phone for reference).
Think of French women and you'll immediately picture insouciant, model-esque beauties with perfectly wavy, glossy-looking hair - a sort of impossible-to-achieve second-day-blow-dry look. It may not be new, but it still looks as cool as ever. Take your cues from Isabel Marant, Chloé and Altuzarra.