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Mallen Madness by Tony Haresign

Thursday, 25 April 2019 10:07

Tony Haresign’s latest collection is built around the ‘Mallen Streak’ – a streak of white hair that occurs naturally. This very distinct hair feature is found on countless film noir characters and anti-heroes and is used in this collection to punctuate well-tailored 1920’s dystopian gangster influenced looks.

Each cut combines classic barber edging and fading with contemporary texture created using cutting and product.

  • Credits
    Hair: Tony Haresign
    Photo: Matt Marcus
  • Assistants: Kayti Dickinson, Blayre Turnbull, Daina Renton
    Stylist/Makeup: Michelle Watson
    Clothes: Chester Barrie/Richard James Saville Row
    Images: FPA
  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



  • Tony Haresign



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