Men's hairstyles from the runway

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 10:32 PM
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Lead hair designer Whitney Blischke, National Creative Director for Toni & Guy, pulled inspiration from the old classics for the Malan Breton show. “It was all very John Travolta,” she says. “Most important is a strong side part and gel.”
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Lead hair stylist Sean James used Rusk products to create sleek, polished hair at Mik Cire.
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Amy Fraid for Bumble and Bumble offered sharp lines and clean partings at Davidelfin. The sophisticated shape was created with intense combing and gel.
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The Fall/Winter 2010 collections offered a large variety of looks for women, but the favorite guy look was clean and sleek, ala Clark Kent. Here are some of our favorites from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
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