19 Trending Fall Haircuts, Imported From The Streets Of London

Backstage at London Fashion Week, it’s the talented hair and makeup artists who dictate the upcoming beauty trends, but street style’s influence certainly doesn’t go unnoticed. 

Each year, London’s most fashion-forward descend on the city’s thoroughfares. When you’re done taking in their incredible handbags, knee-high boots, and co-ords (short for coordinate, a British term for matching sets), don’t forget to take a second look at their haircuts. 

Last season we spied the chopped bob (a wavy, mussed-up version of the classic blunt cut), the Birkin fringe (inspired by late fashion icon Jane Birkin), and C-shape layers (layers cut at an angle to hug the face and make hair look fuller). But London Fashion Week SS24’s cuts are outshining them all. 

Click ahead for all the haircut inspiration you’ll ever need, straight from LFW SS24.

At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Meet the j-ob haircut: a jaw-length bob typically sliced blunt using a razor. It’s not just for those with straight hair. “This cut varies in texture and shape, celebrating everybody’s natural hair,” Neil Moodie, editorial hairstylist and founder of Neil Moodie Studio in Spitalfields, told R29 recently. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresIs it a shag? Is it a wolf cut? This style sits somewhere between the two, and gets extra points for the wet-look fringe. Invest in a gel that won’t go rock hard, like Eco Style. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresWe spotted countless buzz cuts on fashion-show goers over the weekend, but this super closely-cropped, bleach blonde style gets our vote. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresThis bleach blonde bob is picture proof that short, bluntly cut hairstyles look just as good when they grow out slightly. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresThe pixie haircut is back with a bang, hairstylist Neil Moodie told R29 recently. “Instead of the back and sides being completely cropped short, it is slightly grown out and a bit softer around the edges,” he said. “This can be styled flatter or with some texture and some height to it.”Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresThe curly fringe doesn’t have to be heavy and solid. Try a more piecey version, as seen on this model, for added movement and texture. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresThe bob is taking center stage this London Fashion Week. Tousled waves and a shaggy fringe give the typically polished cut a more modern, effortless vibe. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresBeautiful protective styles like this one are commanding London Fashion Week, both on the city’s streets and the runways, at shows like Fashion East and David Koma. Photographed by Mariana dos Santos PiresIf the thought of committing to a short, sharp bob scares you, consider the lob (long …read more

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