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Matthew Mulhall for V76 Leads Rag and Bone F/W 2014 Collection

Maggie Mulhern | January 30, 2014 | 8:44 AM

Although New York Fashion Week officially begins next week, some of the mens shows are kicking off early. The Rag and Bone mens Fall/Winter 2014 collection was presented yesterday, featuring fresh, wearable silhouettes. “The inspiration was taken from British workers’ unions of the late 70's/early 80's and improvised on 50s’ Americana," says lead stylist Matthew Mulhall, who used V76 by Vaughn to create the looks. "The hair is kept somewhat neat but slightly disheveled to show movement.”

Matthew Mulhall for V76 Leads Rag and Bone F/W 2014 Collection

Here he offers the HOW TO:

STEP 1: Spritz a grooming spray onto dry hair to dampen it ever so slightly. (Mulhall used V76 by Vaughn Ultralight Grooming Spray)

STEP 2: Apply a nickel size of lightweight gel into the palms of your hands and work into hair starting at the crown and working down and around the face. Using a blow-dryer on a low setting, allow the gel to dry into the hair. (Mulhall used V76 Conditioning Gel).

STEP 3: Work in a wax that that will create natural movement and light shine. (Mulhall used V76 by Vaughn V-Rated Natural Wax). Next, use your fingertips to pull small sections up and out, creating piecey texture throughout.

STEP 4: To complete the look, spray a dry hold hairspray all over. (Mulhall used V76 by Vaughn Holding Spray).

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