The Brits are known for their out-of-the-box style, and this year at London Fashion Week, the hair was no exception. We saw everything from looks inspired by the animal kingdom to hair that was literally architectural, plus wild braids and unexpected texture galore. And if the avant-garde isn't for you, don't fret — Kate Middleton also managed to be one of the season's biggest hair influences. So check out all these styles and more exciting looks from London Fall 2012.View Transcript »
Hey it's Kirbie with your Bella Beauty Beat, and in today's trend report, we're spotlighting the unconventional hairstyles seen at London Fashion Week for Fall 2012. Over at Louise Grey, the looks were animal inspired, with eye catching styles that looked like peacocks, skunks and cockatoos with festive blush and eye shadow to match. And long live McQueen. The late designer's line McQ had architectural hairstyles showing off giant saucer like fun to compliment his pretty cocktail dresses. Vivian Westwood, the queen of unique collections, sent out models with tangled, messy up dos giving them that just rolled out of bed look. And at Mulberry, the inspiration was "Where the Wild Things Are" with twisted unstructured braids. Mark Fast also included messy braids in his show, opting for oversized fishtail. If those bolder hairstyles are not for you, Etha and Burberry offered softer, more feminine looks to last. Etha, a favorite of Kate Middleton seem to use the Duchess of Inspiration for long, wavy hair that looked touchable and full. At Burberry, models had straight, flowing styles with a touch of body at the end. As usual, London town proved it's not afraid to be daring on the runway. And for fall, it's all about avant-garde hairstyles. I'm Kirby and thanks for watching BellaSugar TV.