Another successful fashion week is in the books for Port Jeff hair salon owner Kristine Murillo.

Murillo, who’s worked on 14 shows during New York Fashion Week over the last 5 years, helped run the first-ever Hamptons Fashion Week on Sunday. She was in charge of styling the models for the runway performance.

“It was a great day overall,” said Murillo, who owns  Fedora Lounge Boutique Hair Salon and Hair Replacement Studio, following the festivities. “It was even better knowing the proceeds were going to a great cause.”

Hamptons Fashion Week, held in Bridgehampton, was a one-day experiential event that featured renown and local designers, stylists and makeup artists.

The day benefitted the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, a nonprofit that helps provide breast cancer patients with state-of-the-art health care.

Scroll down to see some photos from the outing.

Fedora Lounge owner Kristine Murillo (middle) with models Hope Loundas (left) and Valentina Velasco (right).

Top: Kristine Murrillo styling the hair of a model for Hamptons Fashion Week. 

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