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Eckhaus Latta models used Oribe hair products during NYFW

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Fashion shows are a launching pad not only for apparel and accessory concepts, but also for beauty trends that are expected to dominate the hair and makeup industries in the coming season. New York Fashion Week, which wrapped up last week, hosted a number of beauty looks that we can’t wait to recreate as we wait for the brands’ Fall ’22 collections to release.

One of the city’s most artistic and fashion-forward legends (and hugely favored by celebrity stylists), Eckhaus Latta celebrated its 10th anniversary with a show that has already garnered critical acclaim. Alongside delicately sequined sheer skirts, cut-out pleats and evolved imaginings of its signature deconstructed knits, the brand sent a variety of distinct hairstyles to the catwalk; the artfully messy hairstyles, according to the brand’s PR, were all done using Oribe styling products.

Inspired by the “undone lifestyle of the old Lower East Side”, stylist Tamara McNaughton enhanced and arranged the models’ natural textures using a suite of Oribe products, which we discovered are awfully easy to get your hands on – meaning we’ll be copying these exact styles as soon as this delivery arrives.

Unlike Eckhaus Latta, who remains (perhaps by design) a badge of honor among downtown types as opposed to A-listers, Oribe is a secret celebrity. The brand’s founder, Oribe Canales, forged relationships with the biggest names in Hollywood styling for magazines and runways in the 90s and 2000s. Many of these stars are fiercely loyal to Oribe products, including Jennifer Lopez, Demi Lovato and Meghan Markle, with whom he was friends even before his royal rise.

All that to say, there’s very little stopping us from adding each of these track-ready tools to our carts. Shop hair products co-signed by the heart of the downtown cool scene and the top Hollywood elite at Nordstrom, below.