Men’s Hair Trends from London Fashion Week 2017
We’ve kept tuned into the latest from London Fashion Week over the past month to bring you updates on men’s hair and fashion trends sweeping through the capital, to keep your style on point for the coming season and how you can recreate the looks.
“A modern Saville Row menswear brand”, Chester Barrie has a rich heritage. The primary focus of the collection being on tailoring for men who know looking good is imperative. Their presentation at London Fashion Week Men’s highlights a handsome quality seen from Hollywood to London’s West End. These are tailoring essentials for everyone man to take inspiration from.
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The hair is a relatively simple style but executed flawlessly. For this look, hair needs to be in excellent condition so we recommend using MR. Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner which will promote a thick, healthy crop of hair. With clean but damp hair, take a little MR. Style Salt Spray to instantly add volume at the roots then grab a hair dryer and gently mould the direction you want to your hair to go in; this would be back and off the face. When dry, you want to keep that natural finish but add a little polish. For this, we suggest using a tiny bit of MR. Style Gel & a comb to keep a hold onto your formed style. Simply distribute the gel evenly through your hair in a backward motion, constantly keeping your style in check.
A menswear designer based in London Kostadinov, took an “anti-decorative” approach to his A/W17 collection this year. Using muted colours like black, grey and navy throughout. What we spotted most is the frequent use of a textured fringe in his collection. A favoured men’s hair style of choice by many and simple to create when you have the right cut. We recommend chatting with your barber to achieve the right length and direction.
To recreate this look we recommend using a little MR. Style Paste to add pliability & hold. Work the product through the hair bringing it forward & emphasising a heavy fringe. Ensure not a strand is out of place by finishing with MR. Style Fix Spray, a good tip is to spray a bit into the palm of your hands then gently flatten the top of your head to ensure no fly aways & a look that holds.
An internationally renowned and award-winning brand; used different variations on the 90’s mid-length part in his A/W17 collection. To achieve this look you will need to commit to growing your hair if it is not the desired length. We advise talking to your barber about the best way to grow your hair and how to keep it styled during the growth phase – so you don’t give up due to the awkward (nearly) mid-length blues. A lot of getting this look right is in the cut, so you will need a trusted hairdresser. When you are ready to style this look we recommend very simply applying MR. Style Salt Spray to wet or dry hair to create texture and volume, create a parting with a comb and walk out the door. If you want to amp up the look, we suggest a styling compound like MR. Style Paste simply tussled throughout the hair to craft your desired shape.
There it is, the three biggest men’s hair trends to hit London this year. If you have any good tricks and expectations for the next big men’s hair trend, leave a comment below!