London Fashion Week
is back once again — and that means
. As only the trendiest flood the city's thoroughfares, you'll no doubt be captivated by the traffic-stopping outfits, from
. But it's fair to say that we're most interested in the Instagram-worthy
This year we've seen the
(a cross between the messy shag and the layered cut inspired by Rachel from
), not to mention the
(chunky-ended and worn in your hair's natural wave) and the
bob (a classic bob with streamlined
). But you can always rely on street stylers to serve up the latest, most innovative hair movements (and you can bet they'll take over salons imminently).
Click ahead for all the
you'll ever need, straight from LFW SS23.
Refinery29's selection is purely editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items we love! As part of our business model we do work with affiliates; if you directly purchase something from a link on this article, we may earn a small amount of commission. Transparency is important to us at Refinery29, if you have any questions please reach out to us. If street style is anything to go by, bottleneck bangs are here to stay. The retro fringe is a cool mix of curtain bangs (which drape down at each side to frame the face) and a fuller fringe. Give yours a brush with a wide tooth comb to enhance the fluffy, '70s feel. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES Spotted at Bora Aksu, this style is reminiscent of the 'Sachel', which occupies a cosy space between the messy shag and the layered Rachel cut, inspired by Rachel from Friends. The wavy full fringe makes it. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images More a style than a cut, TikTok's snatched bun was spotted at pretty much all London Fashion Week shows this season. A two step process is key to nailing it: leaving out two front sections of hair, which are then wrapped backwards around the base of the bun for a super sleek feel. Here's how to get it right in one go. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES Introducing the 'muxie' haircut, a cross between a pixie crop (hence the short, bitty fringe and layers on top) and the mullet, thanks to the longer lengths at the back and sides. We're into the slightly wet look, too. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images The 'bi-bob' is a bob haircut with a heavier silhouette, much like this beautiful, curly style. It places a focus on the bi-level area of the face, so your eyes and the top of your cheekbones. We're just a little obsessed with this deep copper colour, too. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES If you want to make your hair appear fuller, ask your stylist for a U-shape haircut with long layers, much like this voluminous style. The bitty fringe is the cherry on top. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES This is proof you can't beat a blunt bob. The centre parting is classic but the mussed up texture over a super straight finish hauls it out of the '90s and into 2022. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images Michelle Thompson, award-winning afro and textured hair specialist and ghd ambassador, predicted that defined volume (big, bouncy, individual curls) would reign supreme — and she was right. This rounded bob haircut spotted on a street styler outside the Fashion East show is beautiful. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images Meet the boyfriend bob. In London salons, it's professionally known as the 'box bob' thanks to its short, sharp ends, which graze the jawline. Running gel mixed with hair oil through your lengths from root to tip will make it look slick all day. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES Beautiful, protective hairstyles ruled both the catwalk (at Fashion East, Halpern and Erdem) as well as street style outside each venue this London Fashion Week. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES Jourdan Dunn made a case for the lip-length chunk, championed by London hairstylists The Hair Bros. Think heavy, face-framing layers that graze the lips or jawline and are disconnected from the rest of the hair. Teamed with a high ponytail, this cut is equal parts modern and classic. Photo by Neil Mockford/GC Images If street style is anything to go by, long layers are here to stay. Presenter, model and fashion ambassador Isabella Charlotta Poppius has peppered hers with very subtle lighter strands, or what London's colourists are calling 'hair frosting'. Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images Fashion writer Susie Lau proves that the lash-sweeping fringe is back. We love how the bangs blend seamlessly into the rest of the hair at the sides. PHOTO BY MARIANA DOS SANTOS PIRES
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