and the latest take on the trend is a throwback inspired by a film icon. Spotted on the likes of Bella Hadid and Zoë Kravitz, Hepburn bangs are side-parted and piecey reminiscent of . “This look is definitely a nod to classic Hollywood Hepburn, delivered with a ‘ nostalgia,” , creative director and stylist at Chicago’s , tells Glamour, noting that several supermodels of the era—including Helena Christensen, Kate Moss, and Claudia Schaffer—wore side-swept piecey micro bangs at the height of their careers. “It’s a revival of the 90s supermodels," she says.The look seems to heavily reference Hepburn's iconic fringe in films like Breakfast At Tiffany's and Roman Holiday, as well as the 1954 (where Hepburn took home the Oscar for Best Actress).
It's no wonder A-listers are so fond of the look: Hepburn bangs are among one of the chicest in all of hair history. “Audrey Hepburn was a hair , and I’m thrilled to see this latest generation be inspired from her work and looks,” adds , celebrity hairstylist and founder of the . “I think a lot of women have wanted to add bangs, and pulling inspiration from such an icon is the best way to do it.” What's more, Welch adds, is that adding or modifying your bangs is one of the quickest and easiest ways to change your look without drastically altering anything.As for what's influencing the trend now, aside from historical figures known for their glam? “It's TikTok,” says Welch. “TikTok has massively influenced the speed at which manifest into the culture zeitgeist.Read more on glamour.com