Erase the word "bun" from your beauty vocabulary and replace it with "knot." Buns are labored over; knots are thrown together when you're having too much fun to care about your hair. And with any luck, they end up looking as good as the ones at shows like Dolce & Gabbana (left), Isabel Marant and Vera Wang.

The Best Hair Trends for Fall 2015

Erase the word "bun" from your beauty vocabulary and replace it with "knot." Buns are labored over; knots are thrown together when you're having too much fun to care about your hair. And with any luck, they end up looking as good as the ones at shows like Dolce & Gabbana (left), Isabel Marant and Vera Wang.

Best Hair Trends Fall 2015 - Top Hairstyles For Fall as Seen on the Runway

The Best Hair Trends for Fall 2015

This half-up, half-down look is trending for fall, and works perfectly with all hairstyles and hair colors!

The Best Hair Trends for Fall 2015

This half-up, half-down look is trending for fall, and works perfectly with all hairstyles and hair colors!

The classic French twist gets a modern makeover, bohemian waves are here to stay and leather is the new gold. Here, we break down the nine hairstyle trends you're going to want to know from the fall runways.

The Best Hair Trends for Fall 2015

The classic French twist gets a modern makeover, bohemian waves are here to stay and leather is the new gold. Here, we break down the nine hairstyle trends you're going to want to know from the fall runways.

The classic French twist shed its high society image in favor of a looser, younger, cooler look for fall that predictably won over the downtown set immediately. At Chanel (left), Sam McKnight embraced messiness and ease with his twist, securing it with a statement piece pin and thick ribbon; for Tom Ford, he topped it off with a braided extension; and at Hermès, Guido Palau showed his version of a modern equestrian updo.   - HarpersBAZAAR.com

The Best Hair Trends for Fall 2015

The classic French twist shed its high society image in favor of a looser, younger, cooler look for fall that predictably won over the downtown set immediately. At Chanel (left), Sam McKnight embraced messiness and ease with his twist, securing it with a statement piece pin and thick ribbon; for Tom Ford, he topped it off with a braided extension; and at Hermès, Guido Palau showed his version of a modern equestrian updo. - HarpersBAZAAR.com

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