The Fresh Fall Haircut Taking Over The Streets Of Paris

It might have something to do with the rain, but the street style seen outside of Paris Fashion Week's biggest shows has been surprisingly laid back. It makes sense, considering that at this point in September, the fashion pack has jetted between four different international cities to get a first look at the spring/summer 2020 trends.

The street style highlights have included scrunchies in NYC and cherry red lips in London thus far, but Paris is giving us the best gift: A breakout haircut trend with the effortless je ne sais quoi we all expect.

While the French-girl bob will always be a classic, the fall 2019 haircut sweeping the streets is more grown-out — a true lob — with a little flair at the ends á la Parisian It Girl Jeanne Damas. Scroll through our slideshow to get as close to the Champs-Élysées as possible without a passport.

This length — just brushing the shoulders — is perfectly paired with lived-in caramel highlight. Photographed by Seleen Saleh.

Fashion influencer Camila Coelho styles her trendy lob with a pin-straight center part, flat-iron bends, and a green Dior ensemble.Photo: Hanna Lassen/Getty Images.

A leather bucket hat on its own is just a leather bucket hat. But when you have this hair — fresh, blunt ends and glossy waves — peeking out underneath, it's a polished look.Photo: Christian Vierig/Getty Images.

Pro tip: Have your stylist design your lob to work with your natural texture, whether that means you need a little extra length, invisible layers, or any other bespoke tweak. Photo: Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images.

L.A.-based influencer Aimee Song showed up in Paris with her signature bob, just grown out a bit. Trés chic!Photo: Christian Vierig/Getty Images.

If cooler weather and fall fashion don't make you smile from ear to ear, a fresh trim just might.Photo: Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images.

Not all of us can pull of a curtain bang quite like Damas, but this mid-length cut is universally flattering. Photographed by Seleen Saleh.

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