From playful, colorful hair clips at Coach to elegant clips in gold tones at Fendi - the focus this year is on this hair accessory: the small hair clip.
Although the headband still rules over all other hair accessories at times, recent catwalk shows have shown what we can expect next - tiny hair clips. We saw her for the first time at Coach in the label's look book, photographed by Juergen Teller, in which models like Paloma Elsesser and Kaia Gerber can be seen (Coach also produced a film presentation that wonderfully mixed Mean Girls and Friends and in the Stars like Megan Thee Stallion, Michael B. Jordan and Jennifer Lopez starred). Coach's clips - bobby pins with smiling plastic cats and tiny white strawberries - were worn in hair parted in the middle and fastened on either side; an easy way to add a huge dose of happiness to your look.
We also saw clips at Fendi, Kim Jones' debut ready-to-wear collection for the Italian fashion house. For the occasion, Jones presented a selection of monochrome looks that changed from camel to putty-colored gray to white and finally to jet black. "The looks were all done in neutral tones to reflect both the city's mineral hues and the organic tones that have dominated Fendi's history," wrote Luke Leitch for VOGUE US. Most models' hairstyles were adorned with a grown-up version of the barrette - an elegant, thin clip in shades of gold. The hair clips were worn just above the ears, adding a subtle touch of practical glamor.