Meet the New Go-To 'Do for Hollywood

This beyond-simple hairstyle was spotted both on the runways and the red carpet. Get the details, here.

Meet the New Go-To 'Do for Hollywood
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While we were hitting up backstage at New York Fashion Week Fall 2015, we were keeping our eyes peeled for any hair trends brewing that we could actually re-create in the comfort of our own homes. And lucky for us, one of the major ones we spotted is very DIY-friendly. Various forms of buns were all the rage on the runways this season. From twisted knots to simple loops, buns were aplenty.

At Dennis Basso, a tucked bun gave models classic elegance. At Son Jung Wan, models wore their hair in half pulled-out ponytails—creating a sleek bun with a tail left free for a more masculine feel. Finally at J. Mendel, James Pecis for Phyto created this rolled version of the classic stye.

From left to right: Dennis Basso, Son Jung Wan, J. Mendel 
From left to right: Dennis Basso, Son Jung Wan, J. Mendel 
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But the trend didn't just stop there. We spotted a number of celebs hitting the Oscar's red carpet wearing different versions of the trend. Oscar-winner Julianne Moore kept it sleek and simple with a deep side part and a thick knot at the nape of the neck. Karolina Kurkova looped hers around into a tiny wrapped bun that left a few pieces out. Finally, Felicity Jones took a classic approach with a twisted version pinned directly to the back of the head.

From left to right: Julianne Moore, Karolina Kurkova, Felicity Jones 
From left to right: Julianne Moore, Karolina Kurkova, Felicity Jones 
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In case you're itching to give this classic 'do a go. We've got the steps to create a simple wrapped version as well as a party-ready twisted knot to help you really up your hair game.

Former Senior Associate Beauty Editor at StyleBistro. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram: @CaitlinSMiller Follow me: Google
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