Posts Tagged ‘men’s hair’

Something for the weekend. 💈

Hair by Rum Barber, Glasgow. ✂️

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My latest fashion editorial in Feroce Magazine. Celebrating the 55th anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, this shoot reinterprets some of Audrey Hepburn’s most iconic looks through the lens of men’s fashion. Shot in New York, and utilising the actual filming locations from the movie, John was styled using a combination of modern and vintage pieces to recreate Holly Golightly’s timeless style from a male perspective.

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All that I could forgive. But, Debbie…pastels?

Mint 🌿

(If you could see my roots, it’s more like mint chocolate chip.)

Sunset: nature’s most flattering filter.

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When you refloor your house to match your #aesthetic. (But seriously I’m in love with flooring. 😍)

Touch wood, all of my grey hairs are – at this stage – intentional!

Rediscovered this beautiful bracelet from Kiel James Patrick. ⚓

I initially left it to rot in hell after a slew of morons at Fed-Ex failed – not once, but twice – to check their mail for the cheque I’d sent to cover the customs charges and threatened me with litigation. 🙃

Hair by Blow, Glasgow.

Waving my crazy cat lady flag high with this beautiful geometric necklace by Icelandic designer SEB.

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Working with the talented creative team at Glasgow’s west end salon Urban Haircare.

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As media outlets fall over themselves to bemoan the “newest” trend in men’s hair (“We Just Got Over Man Buns—Now We Have The ‘Man Braid'” reads NewNowNext – an LGBT site surprisingly distressed by the prospect of gender noncomformity), I’d like it noted a) that I was rocking one a good 6 months ago, and b) that people do not exist to suit your tastes. Radical notion: if you’re not a fan of a particular hairstyle, it’s entirely possible not to sport it (or date someone who does) without informing the world of that fact as though your individual notions of attractiveness were decrees handed down by some tyrannical folicular dictatorship. Shocking, I know.