Mugler: Hair piercings, but with the volume turned way up.
Ottolinger: And if your S.O. takes you swimming on the first date, we say go the extra mile and twist your curls into tentacles.
Maison Margiela: You can now pretend that your sweaty, stringy bangs are a style statement. We wholeheartedly approve.
Anrealage: We do love a (realistic) take on windswept tresses.
Oliver Theyskens: Never thought that greasy roots and a messy part would be in fashion, and yet...
Off-White: Ideally, our hair would look like this as we tumble out of bed every morning.
Anne Demeulemeester: Who else is getting major cyborg vibes from this sleek, straight, and shiny ‘do?
Chloé: Who else is getting The Stepford Wives vibes?
Dries Van Noten: Brightly coloured bangs, but without the commitment or bleach damage. Now, that’s what we call a win-win situation.
Moschino: Is this what they mean when they say your mane is a work of art?
Max Mara: Wednesday Addams called, she wants her hair back.
Versace: You can’t go wrong with a sexy, slicked-back style.
Iceberg: The mullet is back, baby.
Iceberg: A modern take on that iconic hair scene from There’s Something About Mary? We think so.
Fendi: The latest Star Wars trilogy is coming to an end — the iconic space buns, however, live on.
Fendi: We’re loving this playful, messy take of the classic half-up, half-down style.
Cividini: And on days when your bangs won’t cooperate, just add H2O and hairspray.
Christian Dior: Think milkmaid braids, but grown up.
GCDS: Baby Spice? Is that you?
Dries Van Noten: Put a feather in your cap — literally.
Guy Laroche: We foresee countless hair buffs attempting to emulate these perfectly choppy bangs with (limited) success.
Alice + Olivia: Embellish the classic braid by adorning it with bling, bling, and more bling. Hairstylist Justine Marjan makes a case for pearls and crystals.
Marni: A style like this are an architectural feat in itself.
Marni: The odds of her hair holding up in our humidity? High.
Marco De Vincenzo: Who knew a literal hair cannoli could look quite so chic?
Khaite: Nothing gets heads turning quite like an asymmetrical, bejewelled headpiece.
Tomo Koizumi: You know what they say — the higher the hair...
Prabal Gurung: Wet your roots for a look that is sleek, not sloppy.
Kate Spade: Princess Leia’s iconic double buns, but make it modern (read: messy).
Self Portrait: A slicked-back braid screams business in the front, and party in the back.
Tory Burch: Yes, those are combs in her hair.
Tom Ford: A messy knot is made chic with crimped hair.
Ashish: Juxtapose flowers in your hair with hardware.
Pam Hogg: It’s a bun, it’s a donut, it’s... both?
Bora Aksu: We’re getting modern-day Pippi Longstocking vibes here.
LaQuan Smith: Queen bee Regina George (seen: Mean Girls) did tell us that hair looks sexier pushed back.
Rebecca Minkoff: This messy low bun says "confident working woman who has fun on the weekends,” according to hairstylist Justin Marjan.
Zimmermann: Loose, beachy waves that rival Blake Lively's in Gossip Girl
Libertine: Nothing says high-drama quite like a gravity-defying bouffant.
Marc Jacobs: Florals for spring? Groundbreaking (except we actually mean it).
Chromat: The bubble pony is back — and, uh, multiplied.
Fashion East: Now, that’s what we call a gravity-defyin’ mane.
Jamie Wei Huang: Electrocuted tresses, but make it chic.
Simone Rocha: Killer headgear? No doubt about it.
Erdem: The Addams Family vibes are strong with this one.
Molly Goddard: Look shower-fresh by looping wet strands into a messy bun.
Fyodor Golan: And when you don’t have a crown of your own, make one with your mane, of course.
Fyodor Golan: The grudge, but cool.
Toga: Not forgetting an option for those bad hair days.