Behold ‘heartthrob hair’, created by Toni & Guy’s artistic director at Band of Outsiders where lads with effortlessly swept, textured locks totally make the cut as the male lead in a T. Swift music video.
The bigger the hair, the closer to god: We applaud the bro ‘fro going free at Clot.
Celine brought back the moptop a la The Beatles; fitting, what with Hedi Slimane’s debut men’s wear show for the house titled ‘Polaroids of the British Youth’.
Speaking of vintage revival, Alanui showcased a ‘do with shaggy waves reminiscent of ‘70s-era hippie hair.
Part swashbuckler and part punk rock kid, Ann Demeulemeester has made bandannas cool again. The versatility of this accessory is such that it works on both long and short hair.
Move over man bun, the no-fuss ponytail is the new hairstyle of choice for the low-key gentleman, as seen at Lemaire.
Namacheko gives unicorn hair a rugged, minimalist twist by way of a muted and dirty stripe of colour along the parting in pink, blue, green, orange or yellow.
Christian Dada makes it legit to break out the hair gel for that super slick second-skull comb back you’ve been missing since the nineties.
The Dior Homme man is sleek and urbane, except he rocks a long-hair-don’t-care surfer dude mane that adds grit to an otherwise polished look.
A touch of theatrical takes centerstage at Charles Jeffrey, where sculpted locks reference the Eton Crop, a hairstyle that was all the rage among women in the 1920s.