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This Is The Biggest Hair Trend At Venice Film Festival

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Amid the sparkle, dampened waves, and slicked coiffures, the black hair bow is the clear spotlight stealer.

This year’s Venice Film Festival has been a spectacle, and the hair and make-up moments are no exception. Amid the sparkle, dampened waves, and slicked coiffures, the black hair bow has been the clear spotlight stealer.

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The opening soirée saw Julianne Moore sparking the trend in a subtle way, her glossy burnished waves bound in a low ponytail with the help of a thin black ribbon. The simple addition grounded the actor’s shimmering Alaïa gown, echoing the rows of onyx sequins and tying the entire look together.

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Photo: Getty Images

Next came Sydney Sweeney, who attended the Bones And All premiere in black-bowed Armani, her hair pulled into a polished half up-do, finished with an exaggerated and impossibly chic version of the staple accessory. And for Tessa Thompson, a similarly mirrored moment took shape in a tautly-pulled ponytail, a black ribbon trailing between her shoulder blades. 

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Hair ribbons have been an aesthetic mainstay this year, serving pretty power that feels both timeless and just-like-new. From cozy autumn days to festive cocktail parties, a simple black hair bow may be all you need to elevate 2022’s remaining days. 

This article originally appeared on Vogue UK

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