5 Hair Trends from London Fashion Week Mens You Need to See

by charlottegw / last updated June 15, 2018

Who What Wear model with curls

Fresh from the London Fashion Week Mens SS19 catwalk, these are the five looks that caught our eye. Find out who styled them, the inspiration behind them and what products were used…

Who What Wear Model

‘The 1990s Footballer’ from What We Wear
Session Stylist: Brendan O’Sullivan Great British Barber
Hair Inspiration: The Hat Trick collection is a continuation of Tinie Tempah’s brand’s original aesthetic, offering functional and stylish luxury sportswear to the modern-day British man (or woman). Tapping into the 1990s sports luxe theme of the collection, hair was kept clean and natural. Crops were textured with a dry finish, with long locks gelled to perfection.
The products: British Hair Multi-Benefits, British Hair Root Boost spray, NEW Great British Barber Hard Hair Gel, Curl Define mist, Great British Barber Liquid Texture, Great British Barber Definition Paste, British Hair Perfectly Finished Hairspray.



‘Las Vegas Party Boys’ at Liam Hodges
Session stylist: Matt Mulhall at Fudge Professional
Hair Inspiration: This show was reminiscent of a trip to Las Vegas, with the models looking like they’d just stepped off the plane after a night of partying, keen to keep the good vibes going strong. This tribute to Sin City featured trash-glam styling, dirty flat hairstyles and outrageous tattoos.
The products: Fudge Professional Vinyl Pomade RRP £13.95 and Fudge Professional Skyscraper Extra RRP £10.45



‘Deconstructed Braids and Curls’ at Bianca Saunders
Session stylist: Dexter Johnson and the Toni & Guy session team
Hair Inspiration: Bianca’s collection is focused on challenging social norms and what masculinity means today. Therefore the braids, and soft and natural texture that Toni & Guy team created added a feminine feel to the collection.
The products: label.m Anti-Frizz Lotion, label.m Anti-Frizz Cream and label.m Anti-Frizz Mist



‘Groomed Hippie’ at Oliver Spencer
Session stylist: Johnnie Sapong at The Wall Group for Electric Hair
Hair Inspiration: This is a man who is a modern hippie, free and wild but still with a fresh look and a touch of rockabilly vibes. This hippie is a rocker at heart.
The products: Electric oC-2 Smoothing Cream £18.50, Electric oC-5 Volume Liquid Mist £20.00, Electric oC-4 Shaping Paste £16.50 and Electric oC7 e.Spray £19.00


Wood Wood Model

‘Natural and Free Flowing’ at Wood Wood
Session stylist: Jan Przemyk for AOFM Pro using R+Co
Hair Inspiration: The hair took on a texure that reflected being in great outdoors. The particular type of texture was inspired by being caught in the rain and leaving your hair to dry without touching it so there was a lot of movement but not any real volume.
The products: R+Co ONE Prep Spray, R+Co ROCKAWAY Salt Spray, R+Co SPIRITUALIZED Dry Shampoo Mist and R+Co TROPHY Shine + Texture Spray

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