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Rebecca Taylor has a knack for designing clothes that appeal to every type of girl, and her Fall/Winter 2014 collection was no exception. The talented designer filled her collection with wearable pieces like boxy wool coats, flirty dresses and slouchy pants that would be go‐to pieces for seasons to come.

SIR New York designer Auston Bjorkman sent us on a trip to deep space with his extraterrestrial‐inspired Fall/Winter 2014 collection. With its black lights and neon decorations, the room at Number 8 club in NYC set the stage for Auston's streetwear designs, which incorporated fluorescent details.

NYFW Get the Look: Glossy Ponytails at Mathieu Mirano Fall/Winter 2014
After his first collection debuted last season, Mathieu Mirano had established himself as a luxurious womenswear designer with an eye for sophistication and glamour. For his second collection, however, the young designer worked some tougher elements like fur and leather into his elegant designs to give his girl more of an edge. This contrast extended to the hair as well. "You get the best of both worlds with this look," said Rita Marmor, lead hairstylist for Oribe Hair Care, backstage at the runway show at Lincoln Center.

NYFW Get the Look: Simple Sophistication at Ostwald Helgason Fall/Winter 2014
or Otswald Helgason designers Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgasovery's first runway show, they wanted the models to essentially be blank canvases for the art‐inspired collection. The models walked down the runway with super simple hair parted down the middle that, depending on their outfit, was either floating behind their shoulders or put in a low ponytail. “It’s a very, very natural look,” said lead hairstylist and Oribe Educator Ramona Eschbach.

NYFW Get the Look: Lived-In Looks at Houghton Fall/Winter 2014
For Houghton’s FW 2014 collection, the beauty look was all about repurposing last night’s style for the next day. “The idea was a girl who went out the night before and has gone to bed with full hair and makeup,” said lead hairstylist Adam Markarian. “It’s bedhead, lived-­in, day-­after hair.”

NYFW Get the Look: Feminine Meets Masculine at Kaelen Fall/Winter 2014
Lead hairstylist Amy Farid for Oribe Hair Care designed two looks to complement the clothes at Kaelen's Fall/Winter 2014 presentation at New York Fashion Week. "Kaelen's designs are a mix of romance and minimalism," Amy said. "The two looks are inspired by the collection, mixing softness with androgynous tailoring.

NYFW Get the Look: Effortless Grunge at Harare Fall/Winter 2014
For her Fall/Winter 2014 collection, Harare designer Caroline Fuss showed a playful collection of feminine silhouettes, layered knits and bold printed textiles in warm jewel tones that could be easily worn by any modern girl. The quirkiness and ease of the clothes was echoed in the hair look created by lead stylist and Oribe Educator Adam Livermore. “The look is not very done or glamorous; it’s just easy, a little bit grungy even,” Adam said.

NYFW Get the Look: Sixties-Inspired Bouffants at Calla Fall/Winter 2014
The story behind the Calla Fall/Winter 2014 collection was "a chic Parisian girl who moves to Nashville,” said Ramona Eschbach, lead hairstylist and Oribe Educator. Ramona noted that Dolly Parton was the major influencer for the look, and she reinvented the country singer’s signature big hair with a fun and youthful edge for the Calla girl. “The look is a bit ‘60s inspired - we are doing a bouffant shape tied into a low curly ponytail,” Ramona said.

The Reinvention of Grunge
The new take on the grit of a grungy '90s hair staple? Oribe Lead Hairstylist Rutger makes it chic.by Karie L. FrostGrunge's first pass in the '90s didn't include a drop of glamor; take Hole front woman Courtney Love, who ruled in sweat-laden, drab stains and days-old makeup. But the trend's revival on the Rebecca Taylor runway is what Oribe Lead Hairstylist Rutger is coining "grungy chic."

Summer Hair Care Tips You Need to Know
by José Buitron, Celebrity Stylist and Owner of Jose Luis SalonMany people love the summer season, but they do not realize that sun and chlorine exposure can be very damaging to their hair. I’d like to offer some easy tips you can employ that will help your clients combat this problem.

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