While the fashion elite of London recovered from London Collections: Men last week by jetting off to Florence for Pitti Uomo, Ruffians HQ hit the books, to try to spot some new hair trends on this season's catwalks. As we don't claim to know a great deal about the clothes on the runway, we thought it helpful to use the 'Style Tribes' of The Telegraph's Peter Doig (see article HERE) to find out which hairstyle could go with which sort of sartorial look. Our very own talented Sarah Kwan is the one to thank for these beautiful hairllustrations.
Taken from style icon Oliver Cheshire - the Eurodandy, embracing the natural wave of the hair; classic cut with low-maintenance upkeep:
Taken from Gieves and Hawkes (look 6) - The Savile Savant; slick, smart, and tight like the tailoring:
Taken from Lou Dalton's collection - low maintenance and easy to wear; casually worn choppy and textured fringe:
Taken from the man of the moment, David Gandy - effortless and timeless; scissor cut, and swept back: