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Need a little hair-spiration? Where better to look than the AW17 runways.
While we’re all aware main reason for attending LFWM is to behold the latest and greatest in men’s fashion, there’s always an abundance of fresh, unique and interesting hairstyles to simultaneously grab our attention. From the chic, sleek and street ready to the adventurous and downright insane – the weekend event is stocked full of inspiration for man looking to sport a new do’.
Check out the top four most popular styles from LFWM Autumn/Winter 2017.
While the thought of a middle parting will likely throw most of us back to our childhoods, (think Leonardo Di Caprio, Backstreet Boys and almost any other 90s boyband) the style has is quickly becoming the most likely contender for a full contemporary revival.
AS SEEN AT: John Smedley / What We Wear / J.W. Anderson / Vivienne Westwood
Ok, so the quiff isn’t exactly a new one. For the past decade or so, this iconic men’s hairstyle has been quickly becoming one of the most popular styles of modern times. Nonetheless, it continues to crop up on the catwalks and maintain its staying power among men.
AS SEEN AT: ChristRaeburneburn / Oliver Spencer / Sibling / Chalayan
While it’s not a style that everyone can achieve; curls, in all their iterations, we’re possibly the most popular hairstyle at the LFWM shows this season. From the marginally wavy to the Annie-inspired ringlets; if you’ve got the hair for it – let them curls flow!
AS SEEN AT: Oliver Spencer / Vivienne Westwood / Quasimi / J.W. Anderson
Last, but not least, a surprising amount of designers left their models with little to no hair styling this season. Obviously, this is really only an option for those with little hair to work with, but if you fancy saving yourself some time in the mornings – keeping things ‘au-natural’ is a surefire winner.
AS SEEN AT: John Lawrence / John Smedley / What we wear / KTZ