FashionAll The Rage

Hair: Delicate decorations top off the season

EntertainmentFashion ShowsMarc JacobsEmilio PucciRochas

Nothing captures summer's sunny joie de vivre like a devil-may-care hairstyle polished off with a pretty hair ornament. Head-turning hair accessories were front and center in the spring runway collections. Satin bow headbands topped off '60s-inspired beehives at Louis Vuitton, while silk faille hair bands decorated with oversized fabric flowers bloomed on as-low-as-you-go ponytails at Rochas. The nape of the neck became an alluring new focus, with large pearls adorning loose chignons at Chanel and ornately carved dragon hairpins gracing half-updos at Emilio Pucci. At Dolce & Gabbana and Marc by Marc Jacobs, hair was twisted and pinned up, almost as an afterthought, to showcase colorful, patterned head scarves.

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