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The Hairstyles Of Milan Men’s Fashion Week


Hairchitecture—now there’s a concept that rings out loud and clear for a new decade of experimental style. The men’s shows in Milan previewed the notion with the reflective lacquer at Versace, the slicked-back-and-forwards at Ferré, the quiffs at Jil Sander, and, most of all, the teddy boy’s d.a. (stands for duck’s ass) at Bottega Veneta, ingeniously shoved skyward by star hairchitect Guido Palau.
Pictured, clockwise from top left: Versace; Gianfranco Ferré; Bottega Veneta; Jil Sander.

Photos: Andrew Thomas



  1. georginacookie says:

    loving the teddy boy ! scary and very chic all at once.

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