As the fashion weeks trudge on for the Fall/Winter 2014 Ready-to-wear collections, we have been fixated on the slick and sleek runway hairstyles that are recurring from catwalk to catwalk. As hair fanatics, we are excited to see these runway hairstyles cross over into the everyday. Effortless hair will always be here to stay, but we are ready for the pendulum to swing to structure. Slick and wet looks were typically reserved for men, but it’s time to feminize and shine. [caption id="attachment_404" align="alignleft" width="189"]Peter Pilotto FW 2014, photo from style.com Peter Pilotto FW 2014, photo from style.com[/caption]

Peter Pilotto

Side parts and shine created an understated, smooth hair story at Peter Pilotto. This runway hairstyle is perfect for keeping the focus on your amazingly clad figure.            

  [caption id="attachment_403" align="alignleft" width="218"]Zac Posen FW 2014, photo from style.com Zac Posen FW 2014, photo from style.com[/caption]

Zac Posen

Pin curls and ponytails were everpresent at Zac Posen’s FW 2014 RTW show. The 20’s are back with this runway hairstyle. The tightly coiled do’s created a contrast from the flow and movement of his signature gowns and matched impeccably with the structured shape of his tweed suits.             [caption id="attachment_402" align="alignleft" width="210"]Alexander Wang FW 2014, photo from style.com Alexander Wang FW 2014, photo from style.com[/caption]

Alexander Wang

The comb-over has gone from a midlife crisis indication to downtown cool.  Here, we can see gender ambiguity at it’s finest, and we are kind of loving it! The runway hairstyles of the Alexander Wang show will pack a punch for anyone who thinks a girl can’t be tough too.