In an era of co-ed catwalks (where men and women walk together), the concept of gender neutrality is getting stronger, so much that last week’s Pitti Immagine Uomo dedicated a whole section to it (OPEN: Beyond Genders).
Milano Collezioni highlights another important trend: men’s hair is getting longer. Sometimes let loose, but often tucked under berets and hats, like at Fendi and Prada. Whether slicked back at Giorgio Armani, tamed at Ralph Lauren, or natural-looking at Dolce&Gabbana, it is always longer and more carefully styled.
“What makes the difference is the finishing product – explains Mauro Galzignato, Artistic hair director at The Italian Touch –. For a neat look that preserves volumes, I’d use And 25 Gloss Pomade; for a wet look with more hold, try And 34 Flex Gel.
Valentina Monti / Mauro Galzignato
[Ph Fendi + Prada by Arnaud Lafeuillade / Dazed Digital] 16/1/2018