The GQ Men of the Year Awards
We write a lot of posts on our blog about women and women’s hair, but men deserve their place on here too. The GQ Men of the Year Awards took place last night at the Royal Opera House in London and we saw many a dapper man come out in attendance to celebrate their gender’s achievements in sport, entertainment, politics and more.
On our radar last night was Bradley Wiggins, Olympic gold medal and Tour De France winner, who came away with the Lifetime Achievement award, Robbie Williams, winner of the Icon award, and Louis Smith, the Team GB Olympic medal winning gymnast.
Guy Cammarano, the UK Creative Director of Regis Salon, couldn’t get enough of Wiggo’s mod style either. “I love this sixties mod look from Bradley Wiggins. Channeling both the likes of the Small Faces and the mod-revival movement that Paul Weller was a part of, this is a great look for all occasions. The long sideburns and short fringe coupled with a sharp, well-fitted suit adds that extra authenticity.”
Guy also had something to say about Robbie and Louis’s looks. “Robbie has decided to embrace his greys and he looks all the better for it. His grey adds a certain distinction to this classic side-parting style, which is a very classic Armani style. Louis has gone for a relatively similar cut, but with a more current slant. This is a fresh look and I’ve noticed this trend on lots of cool kids all around the UK. A clean buzz cut with short, discounted top for a more urban, youthful look to Robbie’s”