When Lupita Nyong'o does fashion week, she shows up and shows out. Here she is at Hugo Boss's show supporting designer pal Jason Wu.
Rozae Nichols' Clover Canyon collection shows off loose perm rod cropped curls and bangs on every single model in this collection, which she calls "a celebration of the mightiness."
The face no designer can pass up in a casting, and the hair no stylist can wait to get their hands on: meet Céline's campaign model Frederikke Sofie. Vogue.com describes her hair as a "Fashion Week Phenomenon," saying that with "Pre-Raphaelite proportions, Rapunzel-like length, and loose golden spirals that retain an easy fuzzy quality, Sofie stands out like an Aphrodite-type beacon among other blondes."
Let NYFW goddess Gigi Hadid tell it: Tommy Hilfiger's spring collection is nothing short of "Sunset. Muses. And an everlasting island state of mind."
In regards to New York Fashion Week street style, Urban Bush Babe Cipriana and her twin sister have a tendency to steal the spotlight from the actual shows.
With so much going on during the Yeezy Season 2 show, North West still easily upstaged everyone involved sitting pretty in the front row.
It was called "whimsical" by the expert observers; Anna Sui's upcoming spring season is giving us fishtail braid-out and huge flower accessorizing greatness.
At the DKNY show, we had our eyes on designer Maxwell Osborne's single freeforming loc hanging in front of his face.
Even though she had pink eye, Lorde still rocked New York Fashion Week probably more gracefully than we could have with both good eyes.
Marc Jacobs provided us with fashionable ways to cover up our curls--fashionably, of course--on those bad hair days.
When she's not stealing the spotlight in the Milly show front row, Solange Knowles is just gliding through the NYC streets more effortlessly than ever.
Did you spot any curly hair at Fashion Week that we missed? Let us know in the comments!