MALE FORWARDING: Genders blurred with pompadours and grease worthy of an Outsiders cameo.
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Models at Preen looked like young boys fresh from a visit to a ’50s barbershop; Luke Hersheson toughened them up with slicked-back hair—complete with comb marks—and tied it all together in a loose knot. (Image by Anna Bauer)
To create his “striking, handsome” woman at Narciso Rodriguez, Souleiman took no pains to achieve a perfect coif—he just tied hair back and pressed pomade into the sides of the head for a masculine profile.
At Dolce & Gabbana, Palau deliberately left some smaller pieces out of the French twist for a boyish finishing touch—faux sideburns, held in place with a heavy dose of styling wax. His gender-bending tear continued at Yves Saint Laurent, where he created a sharper and more delicate pair, delivering a side of testosterone with the feminine buns.
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