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Lto Milan Fashion Week FW 24/25 is hairstyle and hair catwalk. Effect wet – bright and Japanese-style, but also deep side partings and intertwining games, are considered the main trend. Updates on hair trends from the parades, day by day.

Milan Fashion Week: 5 hair trends

Milan Fashion Week FW 2024/25: hair trends on the show

1) Hair styled and wet, retro futuristic by Max Mara and Prada

Imperative to model. This seems to be the strongest trend in terms of hairlook on the Milanese catwalks, which play with variations on the retro updo theme, tomboysj, with a challenge of charms and decor constructions.

For example, Max Mara. The hairlooks created by key hairstylist Odile Gilberttogether with Wella Professionals team driven by Andrea Gennaro, contain a concept of elegance, refinement and refinement in the lines of twisted locks that reinterpret the low chignon, “reduced” on the front by a masculine styling, with a deep parting on the side. Perfectly regulated by abundant gel, they confirm the “glass hair” trend.

Prada relaunches: sculptural, luminous and sinuous, the ultra wet updo hairstyles evoke a charm of the past and the glamor of the 50s, but at the same time imagine the future, or perhaps, the Metaverse. A creativity with a moderate volume, sinuous and in harmony with the neck.

2) Hair collected “Jap style”, by Iceberg and Fendi

Iceberg brings Japanese style to the catwalk – minimal and gender fluid – confirming another strong seasonal hair trend. The hairlooks, created by key stylist Michael Delma with the team Wella Professionals led by Ambrogio Vigliucci, they take shape starting from a romantic inspiration that flows into glamour. The main look consists of a low ponytail, very close to the face and at the nape of the neck at the back. Common thread? The parting from central to side characterizes every hairstyle. Even in male grooming.

It plays with the Manga aesthetic from Fendi, which brings to the catwalk a reinterpretation of thespace bun in an elegant and refined way. The hairlooks, curated by Guido Palau, are characterized by a deep side parting that diagonally crosses the entire hair, ending in two micro chignons, perfectly knotted. There texture is smooth and shiny mirror effectconfirming the trend “Jappo style”.

The hairlooks on the catwalk at Fendi and Iceberg at the MFW FW 2024/25

2) Sculptural interweavings, from Marras to Etro

At Antonion Marras, the catwalk is a theatrical stage celebrating Viscountess Eleonora D’Arborea. The hairstyle? Imagine a female heroine from the Italian Middle Ages, with a crown of wet weaves, all around her face. Eugene Souleiman, together with the team Wella Professionals led by Andrea Gennaro, explains: «One central braid on the head is divided to create a frame for the face. Again these two braids on the sides of the face cross over the neck creating a shape that evokes the aesthetics of medieval knights’ helmets.”

The roots are left perfectly sleek, disciplined and divided geometrically by a central parting, enriched in some cases by a micro-braid that runs through the hair. The hair is then left voluminous and bordering on frizz, with bristly curls that emphasize the play of contrasts.

Wet look and very long weaves even on the catwalk Etro, where the hair is deliberately wet with the “baby hair” adhering to the head. In harmony with the theme of the show, Pierpaolo Lai (new Dyson Market Ambassador) proposes an aesthetic linked to the sea. The protagonists of this parade are “Corsare” women, whose skin and hair are overwhelmed by a sea breeze and jets of salt water. The precious looks of the fashion show are associated with simple hair looks, which are transformed into accessories thanks to the combination of hair, clothes and jewels, thus becoming an integral part of the final aesthetic. A game of worlds aimed at becoming one.

3) Loose & wet: the “Siren Hair” by Roberto Cavalli and Gucci

Another trend on the catwalk is confirmed Roberto Cavalli at the Milan Fashion Week FW 2024/25or “Siren Hair”: long, wavy and with completely wet roots, they are the evolution of “beach waves”.

Featuring a ultra wet effect to obtain them, a generous dose of gel is enough to bring back the roots and create a perfectly shiny texture, then leaving the lengths delicately wavy.

From Roberto Cavalli’s backstage at MFW FW 24/25 (Credits: ghd)

«To create the hairlook of the parade we were inspired by the image of one powerful woman and self-confident, which characterizes Roberto Cavalli’s autumn-winter 24/25 collection” he states Damien Bissinotlead hairstylis.

Who continues: «We have recreated a effect “wet summery evening look” recalling the atmosphere of a warm summer evening, in perfect line with the aesthetics of the Cavalli woman, and transmitting the idea of ​​a bold femininity but chic. A woman who is not afraid to dare.”

Hairstyles on the catwalk at Gucci (Credits: GettyImages)

He also chooses the “wet” aesthetic Gucci than on the catwalk at Milan Fashion Week FW 24/25 brings hair from grooming wet, backwards and with a retro allure. No parting in the hairstyles, but a soft volume that slightly raises the roots, falling softly on the lengths left free. There is also room for shorter cuts, among the trends for next season, with buzz cut and micro pixies. And the trend paid off.

Punk aesthetics at Versace

Bring a touch unconvention Versace which on the catwalk evokes him punk style of 80s London with deliberately extreme hair.

The “punk” hairlooks on the Versace show (Credits: GettyImages)

Jet black, “Cerry Red” and platinum blonde distinguish the hair looks on the show which give a “touch of colour” to this Milan Fashion Week FW 2024/25. The hair ranges in textures and cuts, characterized by micro fringes, geometric bobs and “electric” pixie cuts, that is, worn upwards with an abundant dose of gel. The result? A new idea of ​​beauty that challenges the rules and allows anyone to express their personality.