Is it just us or do cornrows never get the love they truly deserve? Well this weekend, cornrows made some appearances throughout New York Fashion Week and we wanted to show all the love.


Indya Moore attended the Fashion Media Awards on Thursday in a gorgeous red and gold Oscar de la Renta gown. The most noteworthy part of the look is obviously the statement earrings which bring awareness to trans rights and the dangers that transwomen are living in right now. We also love how it all came together in the end thanks to Indya's understated but elegant cornrows which extended from their forehead instead of going straight back. The hairdo perfectly complemented the statement-making accessories.



Ciara also walked the red carpet in cornrows on Thursday evening while attending Harlem's Fashion Row Awards dinner. She's been serving some major looks lately but she hasn't rocked e cornrows on the red carpet in a long time. Ciara went with a clean, straight-back design and kept the braids long and down in the back.



On Sunday night, the Pyer Moss fashion show in Brooklyn was packed with several stars showing up to support Kerby Jean Raymond's collection. Amongst the stars to watch the show was Normani who gave us a cornrow moment with her hairdo. Her slim, clean cornrows fanned out from the center of her forehead in a starburst design and lead down to a waist-sweeping ponytail.



The Pyer Moss show itself also had plenty of models who boldly strutted down with all sorts of cornrows. Both men and women had variations of the braided style and all of them were perfectly executed with not one hair out of place. It's no surprise since the theme of the show was the celebration of black culture. The packed audience included not only Normani but also Kehlani, Quavo, Justine Skye, Karrueche and many other stars who all got to sit in on a show that was definitely one for the books.



Along with some must-have lewks, cornrows were also a major accessory at the Brandon Maxwell show for New York Fashion Week. Several models walked down the runway in varied cornrow designs from straight-back cornrows to more intricate Fulani braids. Not only that, several models also had durags with their outfits which we're all here for.



So who loves a cornrow moment? Show us your cornrows for a chance to be featured! @boxbeautyco