Notable Hairstyles Fall 2022 Men’s Collections in Paris and Milan – WWD
Although natural hair which became all the rage during recent menswear weeks in Paris and Milan, also featured some striking, innovative outfits.
The models at Yohji Yamamoto feature headboards, tinged with white, made from a mixture of sugar water and baby powder.
Dai Michishita, who was inspired by writer Edgar Allan Poe, said: “I would describe the looks of the models as dead or ghostly, but at the same time they give the impression that they are classic gentlemen. . “Yohji-san’s original instructions were: Men return to this world from death in just one day.”
Meanwhile, some models at Ziggy Chen wore long braids. “We wanted to create a rough and raw male image to match the theme of the collection. And in hair During the design process, we wanted to create a dramatic and conflicting effect, without drawing too much attention to ourselves visually – so long braids are a good choice.” Err Lai said.
“After deciding in this direction, we incorporated hairstyles of ethnic minorities from different cultures throughout history as inspiration, as well as moderate parting to reflect the a subtle sense of conflict to match the atmosphere of the collection,” he added.
For Sean Suen, the straight bangs partially covered the model’s eyes, then the back hair was left messy.
“I was inspired by an old Chinese phrase: ‘jong ziao’ (‘a child’s hair twisted into a knot’),” says Wenzhi Zhao, who explains that for a long time, people believes that men’s hairstyles in ancient China did not have bangs. However, they did exist in children’s hairstyles, so he felt that the bangs of adult men were “special.” excellent, this style [conflicting] It feels great,” said Zhuo.
At Etro, Louis Ghewy and the Wella team led by Giorgio Parrivecchio incorporated some punk heads into the natural beauty ensemble, inspired by 1990s Italian boys. Parrivecchio says: “The hairstyle is rooted in a range of styles that come from different, often opposing worlds,” Parrivecchio notes, noting that the reference decade men “aimed to look like iconic names like Kurt Cobain, Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt. ”
“To reinforce this concept, we have included two styles of punk chic [hairstyles] That brings color to the men’s catwalks,” added Parrivecchio, referring to a messy style done with the colorblock technique that combines buns with bold shades like pink, orange, blue, and pink. black, as well as an eye-catching checkered top.
Geometric lines also define the edgy haircut Soichi Inagaki conceived for A-Cold-Wall. “We wanted to create a look that was both structured and wearable,” says the stylist, noting that references include Frank Gehry’s Disney Opera and curvy artwork by Richard Serra.
“I want to give my hair very [sculptured effect] and look aligned / graphic. The addition of metallic colors gives the whole look a more surreal look,” added Inagaki.
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