Seen at Yohji Yamato... Timothée Chalamet’s “anxiety-inducing” bowl cut: Not for the faint of heart, shoot for this majestic crop if you’re aiming for a mane makeover of epic proportions.
Seen at Yohji Yamato... I-woke-up-like-this-waves: Bedhead, but make it chic aka textured, tousled locks straight out of a K-Pop video.
Seen at Berluti... full bangs: Yes, the emo boy fringe is back. Eyeliner optional.
Seen at Takahiromiyashita... the Blair Waldorf headband: In the wise words of one Regina George, your hair does look sexy pushed back.
Seen at Junya Watanabe... princely curls: Let it grow, let it grow.
Seen at Valentino... the post-NS ‘do: We didn’t think a buzzed head could ever be high fashion, but this storied label proves us wrong.
Seen at Sacai... the Draco Malfoy: Or the Tom Felton circa 2001, if you didn’t catch the Harry Potter reference. Remember — slicked-back hair is a sure-fire way to make those cheekbones pop.
Seen at Rochas... ruffled, asymmetrical locks: If your hair is unsalvageable after sleeping on your side the night before, lean into it and transform it into a lewk.
Seen at Paul Smith... layers upon layers: Anyone else seeing the resemblance to the iconic Rachel Green cut? No?
Seen at Paul Smith... the centre-part: We would kindly request that fashion houses stop trying to make the middle-part happen, but it appears they already have.
Seen at Off-White... eye-grazing bangs: It’s not style unless it’s impeding your vision, okay?
Seen at Lanvin... the Elvis Presley: Because nothing boosts confidence levels quite like channelling the King of Rock and Roll.
Seen at JW Anderson... the perm: Breaking news — close-cropped curls are no longer sported solely by aunties tottering around FairPrice.
Seen at Hermès... the uneven fringe: Believe it or not, an uneven shear is all the rage now. We say hand the scissors to mum so she can butcher locks to this effect.
Seen at Ann Demeulemeester... the Peter Pan: A word of warning — sporting these youthful flicks might just get you carded at the bar.