Best of Hair: Men's Fashion Week 2015

 

Ciao Ciao! As menswear designer shows are wrapping up in Milano and London, here is a look at the best hairstyles for 2015- and why your coif should take a vacation. 

 Cole Mohr at Bottega Veneta. Hair by Guido Palau

Cole Mohr at Bottega Veneta. Hair by Guido Palau

 "The Artiste"

At the shows this season, I've seen a major comedown from perfectly groomed cuts and a return to loose strands and face-framing fringes. It's the anti-fade: natural, disheveled not-too-short styles seen at Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Vivienne Westwood. And this shift encompasses all men's hair textures from dead straight, to wavy, curly and coiled.

The must-do: get bangs. Draw your hair forward and get it razored out. Including guys with long hair, don't be afraid of the frontal chop. Check it out:

 Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta

 Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood

 Prada

Prada

 Diesel Black Gold

Diesel Black Gold

 Diesel Black Gold

Diesel Black Gold

 Costume National

Costume National

 Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood

 Prada

Prada

 Fendi

Fendi

 Diesel Black Gold

Diesel Black Gold

 Costume National

Costume National

 Dunhill, Guido Palau

Dunhill, Guido Palau

 Dunhill

Dunhill

How-to: Let your short haircut grow out and voilà. If the shape gets too round on the sides hit up your hairdresser and have them chisel away at the silhouette.