Supermodel Karlie Kloss opened Diane von Furstenberg's show at New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 yesterday wearing an iconic red and pink block-printed wrap dress and beautiful flowers tucked in her wavy hair.
Karlie's hairstyle, as that of other models that walked the runway for Diane von Furstenberg, looked natural and ultra-feminine and exuded an effortless, beachy appeal. The look was created by Orlando Pita, who used a hair shaping gel to contour the models' natural hair. Karlie's wavy hair featured a side part that was pinned up and accessorized with a floral corsage. (Psst! Want to know a secret? Furstenberg bought these flowers especially for her show while vacationing in Ibiza with Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker!)
Karlie's style was quintessentially vintage with a strong '70s appeal and leveraged the model's naturally wavy hair. The undone coif celebrated natural beauty and showcased how most women would generally wear their hair without relying on too many styling products. Simple, attractive and confident – Karlie Kloss's natural waves adorned with a floral accessory surely made heads turn at Furstenberg's show yesterday.
The best thing about this hairstyle is that it can be created with all hair types and textures – long, medium-length, short, straight, wavy, curly, thick or thin. It can be worn to work during the day and glamorized for the night.
What do you think about Karlie's hairstyle? Would you try this look and tuck a flower in your hair?