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Barnet Brigade by Edwin Johnston for Cutting Room Creative

Wednesday, 18 November 2015 12:02

What if military men could wear their hair in time with fashion? Barnet Brigade offers an insight into that very vision. This collection features hair of different lengths, colour and textures, interpreting today’s trends for Men’s fashion.

The collection was created not only using hairdressing techniques, but classic barbering techniques were also introduced to keep with the authentic feel and current demand for these looks in today’s fashion. The military has always represented the best of tailored, distinguished and flawless male grooming and thus served as the inspiration and backbone of the collection.

  • Credits
    Hair: Edwin Johnston for Cutting Room Creative
    Photo: Alec Watson
    Clothes Styling: Wendy Cook
  • Edwin Johnston @ Cutting Room Creative



  • Edwin Johnston @ Cutting Room Creative



  • Edwin Johnston @ Cutting Room Creative



  • Edwin Johnston @ Cutting Room Creative



  • Edwin Johnston @ Cutting Room Creative



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