Last night the great and good from the fashion world congregated at the Savoy Hotel for the annual British Fashion Awards. Weve covered what everyone wore but what hairstyle did they choose for the biggest night on the calendar? Effortless shapes and bed-head textures this seasons perfect foil for red carpet gowns.
Alexa Chung, showcased a new, shorter hair cut that looks even easier to style than her previously longer locks. To get this look we spoke to Alexa's hairdresser George Northwood 'it's a very simple one-length bob, cut as you would a child's hair. The fringe is grown-out and worn either side' he told us. To style simply spritz towel-dried hair with Bumble and Bumble Thickening Spray, £21 (an ELLE favourite), once dried use a large curling tong to create a bend in the hair and follow with some Kiehl's Creme with Silk Groom, £17.50, which George recommends, apply it using your fingers to muss up the lengths. 'The colour is balayage, here at Hershesons we call it uplighting to create that smudgy look,' adds George. Book in with Alexa's colourist Amy Fish at Hersheson's in Harvey Nichols if you want to get the look. To get Daisy and Lara's texture follow the same technique as Alexa's, but gather your lengths up into a loose bun or ponytail and let any tendrils fall loose before lightly misting with hairspray.
Claudia's hairstyle takes a little more effort to achieve, well, what do you expect from a super? For this look you'll need to head to a salon for a blow-dry, but ask your stylist not to be too pristine with their technique, you want it to look like your everyday hair but better. Another blow-dry at the Fashion Awards was sported by upcoming actress Emma Roberts, her hair looked more done than Claudia's but still had an effortless vibe, perfect for anyone who does undone glamour, rather than just undone.