The Bottega Veneta models looked like pretty country girls who'd spent a day running in the fields with their pretty dishevelled chignons and flushed cheeks. If you try the look, make sure to leave some face-framing strands loose at the front to make it look less "done".
A headscarf is an easy way to make a hairstyle that little bit more special, and the Dolce & Gabbana pinned twists were all the prettier for the printed scarves that were loosely tied around them.
An inspired idea - Sam McKnight fastened the low, looped chignons at Chanel with oversized pearls strung with elastic. Simple, but so very chic.
Will you wear the Prada faux fringe? Hairstylist Guido Palau twisted hair into French twists which he then flipped forward so that the ends fell over.
The neat, sleek buns seen at Ralph Lauren would make the perfect summer party hairstyle. Fasten low at the nape of the neck and flatten any loose strands with hairspray or serum for a sleek finish.
The Valentino show never fails to delight when it comes to pretty, wedding-ready up-dos, and for spring/summer 2013 a low-tied chignon with a sweeping side fringe was the style to note.
This style may look complicated, but is in fact deceptively straightforward. Luigi Murenu slicked the Gucci models' hair into neat knots before wrapping them with ironed and colour-matched hair extensions - a chic take on the season's Oriental trend, we think.
It's all about the Sixties this spring and Guido Palau's mini beehives are the perfect way to tap into the trend. Add a sweeping fringe and a bow accessory for extra girlishness.
Pretty plaits are always a hit and at Marchesa they were tied in skinny strands to spruce up a simple ponytail.
Low-maintenance girls will quickly embrace Chloé's style for the season - a simple looped ponytail paired with a side-parted fringe.