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  • Writer's pictureJim Shaw


London Fashion Week has recently finished, and it was great to see the latest hairstyles men were sporting on the catwalks. Below are some of the styles that I thought stood out and that I think will be key trends for the autumn/winter season...

Robyn Lynch – shorter cuts with fringes

There were a variety of different hair looks shown on the A/W Robyn Lynch LFW show. However, I did notice a few of the models sporting much shorter hair looks teamed with a cropped fringe. This is a great look for those who are looking for a very youthful and trendy cut that will show off their facial features. This is also a fantastic look as it can be styled both straight and smooth or messier for an edgy finish and men can even experiment by fading the cut slightly at the sides for more of a statement look. It's important that your hairdresser uses scissors on the sides of your hair to help taper them slightly to achieve softness and avoid your looking too 'bowl' like.

Edward Crutchley – headwear and sleek styles

At Edward Crutchley we noticed a lot of headwear in the form of hats, particularly beanie hats that we will start to see becoming popular as head into the colder months! However, another prominent style on the men walking the catwalk was super sleek, slicked back, wet look hair. This is a particularly great style for winter party season if you want to try something different on your hair and look sophisticated whilst doing so. It’s all about products when it comes to this look and saturating your hair with product that will give your hair hold, as well as mirror like shine.

JW Anderson – relaxed vibes

At JW Anderson there was a reoccurring hair look theme – relaxed vibes! Many of the men’s hair looks looked unstyled/with the models embracing their natural wavy hair texture. This is a look I personally love and that I have noticed becoming more and more popular over recent years. Using a simple styling product like a sea salt spray is a great way to enhance your natural hair look and give it further body and texture, whilst still maintaining a relaxed feel. I also love to use a matte pomade on shorter cuts to break up the hair and give it a messier, effortless finish.

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