Barbershop Quartet

Barbershop Quartet

From classic cuts to something
more daring, this year’s lookbook
is full of directional men’s hair moments

First impressions count, and for men it means that having a good lid is up there with investing in a quality pair of shoes. Acting as punctuation, a haircut can make your outfit either a sartorial statement to be taken seriously or a bit of a joke. But just because your hair is something best left in the more-than-capable hands of your barber, it doesn’t mean that it can’t also be adventurous, as the new Toni&Guy lookbook goes to show.

With submissions from across the brand’s global network of stylists, the handsome cuts featured range from Sam Elliot’s brilliant boys in the band aesthetic, with long layers and soft movement, all the way through to Jose Boix’s tough re-imagining of 80s styles – think directional skinheads and fresh fades. The Heads of Men’s Education, Dexter Johnson and Luke Harris, this year teamed up to create unexpected textures and sharp silhouettes. Meanwhile, Gianluca Caruso’s sculptural styles have seen him reach the finals of the HJ British Hairdressing Awards 2019.

Take a look at the cuts below and click here to find out how, this season, embracing your natural texture is an easy style win. 

  • Words: Miriam Bouteba

  • Photography: Jack Eames, David Arnal, Tony Le Britton & Pedro Antunes