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Discover our favourite styles from the spring/summer 2015 runways.

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A line of models on the runway with a model wearing a white sleeveless jacket with pockets.

Spring/Summer 2015 Hair Trends From New York Fashion Week


As official hair care sponsors of New York Fashion Week, TRESemmé brings you all the hair trends, fresh from the catwalk, with brilliant backstage tips too.


Spring/Summer 2015 saw contrasting key trends competing for attention—loose waves for effortless spring style, and practical braids and buns for when the temperature rises. Keeping these styles in check and free of frizz was the TRESemmé Climate Protection Collection—perfect for helping to control frizz and fight humidity, whatever your look of choice.

On The Catwalk


At Clover Canyon (pictured left), TRESemmé stylists gave models practical double knots and wet fringes for a ‘Jungle Trekking’ look, as inspired by the collection's Asian shapes and bright floral prints.

A model wearing a black, red and green floral blouse with wet look fringe.
A model on the catwalk wearing a white appliqué dress.

At Misha Nonoo, cascading 90's waves with amazing shine mirrored the shimmering, flowing fabrics at this colourful glass sculpture-inspired show. We loved the sleek yet effortless effect of this easy-to-wear style.

Pompadour and five-strand braids were the look of the day at Marissa Webb (pictured right), where models' hair was given a textured, dishevelled finish. These undone styles went perfectly with this downtown-chic-with-a-tailored-twist collection. And while the style looks complicated, it's surprisingly simple to achieve. Maximum impact for just a little extra effort: what's not to love?

A blonde model sitting down backstage with her hair in a long, thick braid.
A blonde model wearing a green blouse with her hair in a low ponytail.

At Prabal Gurung, racer-backs met traditional Nepalese dress at the designer's spring show, with low ‘active ponytails’ completing the sporty twist. Sleek from the scalp with natural shape and texture through the lengths, the overall effect was polished yet relaxed, and utterly modern.


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