Fades and buzz cuts be gone! London Fashion Week Men’s AW18 showed us that lengthier locks are very much now, and with very little effort your mane will be primed and ready for the catwalk, even if the only place you’re going to is the local pub. We’ve combed through reams of LFWM looks to find our top three.
Decade of Excess
80s hair doesn’t boast the best rep, but there are definitely some hits worth recreating. Daniel W Fletcher sent his models down the runway with beautifully sculptured styles; hair had height, shine and an ultra-soft texture with a tousled finish. Fashion your own version of this romantic look by moulding hair away from the face with label.m mousse, before drying and setting with label.m Fashion Edition Wax Spray.
There is something timelessly elegant about slicked-back hair. The key is to use a liberal helping of gel, distributed with a wide-toothed comb so that the marks can be traced from root to nape. Toni&Guy’s artistic directors used label.m Sculpting Pomade at D’Gnak’s show for hair that maintained strong and sleek definition.
Mods, punks and New Romantics – subcultural styles are never short of statement edge, and thankfully E.Tautz showed us how to nail it in his AW18 lookbook New Suedeheads. Whether it’s a teddy boy ‘do or a choppy bowl cut, keep hair secure and texturized with label.m Sea Salt Spray for a matte finish with lots of movement.