At the recent men’s spring collections, designersagreed that it was time to shave off the models’ trendyretro beards and present their wares on men with afreshly barbered look. Within that refreshing trend, twomajor—and contrasting—hairstyle options emerged: thefringe and, its opposite, the slick.
One of the most directional fringe styles was seenat Jil Sander, where designer Raf Simons kicked off thespring season with a multicolored collection shown at anold-style imperial Italian villa. The models’ textured hairmatched accordingly. The longer fringe, with a slight curlover the forehead, was the 2011 incarnation of the JuliusCaesar cut, also known as the Regency hairstyle. Brandssuch as Burberry, Gucci and Neil Barrett also went forthe Roman emperor’s look.
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