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20 Most Iconic Rock ‘n’ Roll Hairstyles

By Gerald Lynch on June 29th, 2012

Rock ‘n’ roll can be broken down as follows: 10% fashion, 10% music and 110% HAIR. We know that adds up to 130%. That’s why we’re writing for a fashion site and aren’t quantum physicists. But it also acts to highlight just how important good hair can be in the making of a musical and cultural icon, and cementing the status of bona-fide rock ‘n’ roll stars. Where would Elvis be without his quiff? Or Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust without his…his unique style? On the dole queue, that’s where. Here, Brandish pick out the 20 most iconic hair styles in rock ‘n’ roll history.

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Jim Morrison

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Snake-hipped rock god Jim Morrison of The Doors was just born to be a star, wasn't he? He had the looks, the curly hair and intellect to tap into the poetry of free-loving 60s hedonism. Every cock rocker since Morrison's death has tried to channel his unique allure, but it's a pied-piper like gift that few are born with.



Heroes and Celebrities

Lewis Hamilton, a hair away from legend

By Jonathan Smith on November 6th, 2008

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This month Lewis Hamilton is gracing the cover of Esquire and looks pretty damn good, jump through to see Lewis sabotage this with the worst photo I’ve ever seen!

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Clothing, Designer Spotlight, Suits & Tailoring

Mad Men get the Playboy treatment

By Jonathan Smith on September 3rd, 2008

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Cast members of hit TV series “Mad Men” get the Playboy treatment in this photoshoot. Check out some highlights, such as the Phineas Cole suit Michael Gladis is wearing after the jump and check the full shoot here with details of all the outfits worn.

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Clothing, Entertainment, Heroes and Celebrities, News

Top 20 Cannes fashion moments

By admin on May 23rd, 2008

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Men.Style.com has a retrospective of its top 20 Cannes fashion moments. Most of the fashion moments come from the 60′s and 70′s, the 80′s has two looks, the 90′s has three and the noughties only get one, that being Brad Pitt’s Tom Ford suit.

The fact that there was only one choice from the 00′s must prove that male movie stars have stopped making an effort. It’s like they’re all afraid of being featured on the worst dressed list and have decided to dress in black suit and tie wherever they go. I’m resisting the urge to go on a rant, but you know there’s a problem when sartorial dullard Daniel Craig gets feted for his fashion sense.




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