Milan Men’s Fashion Week S/S 2013: grooming trends

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Bottega Veneta Make-up artist Pat McGrath gave her models a sun-kissed complexion at Bottega Veneta, matching things with a tinted shade of pink on the lips
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Bottega Veneta

In keeping with the casual vibe of Tomas Maier's latest menswear collection, hairstylist Guido Palau created an informal hairdo of soft, clean waves

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Burberry Prorsum

With the boys at Burberry Prorsum wearing splash sunglasses with thick frames in both subdued and metallic tones, Wendy Rowe's make-up mission was to give a clean uniformity to faces

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Burberry Prorsum

Matt Mulhall swept hair to one side, leaving it damp for that added bit of texture

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Calvin Klein Collection

Charlie Pichon gave the boys at Calvin Klein bright dewy complexions that complemented Italo Zucchelli's all-American collection

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Calvin Klein Collection

Paul Hanlon picked up the American rock references with greased quiffs

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Diesel

Diesel's Steampunk-inspired collection was interpreted by Alfonso Diletto through illuminated cheeks and lips

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Diesel

Armando Cerrillo kept hair super casual with a tousled side quiff

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Emporio Armani

Fresh was the keyword at Emporio Armani, reflected in Fabiana Clavario's luminous faces

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Emporio Armani

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Ermenegildo Zegna

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Ermenegildo Zegna

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Giorgio Armani

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Giorgio Armani

A casual sweeping back of dampened hair by hairstylist Roberta Bellazzi evoked the look of a man after a gym session

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Gucci

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Gucci

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Jil Sander

Jil Sander's return collection to her namesake brand was paired with Pat McGrath's glowing faces and uniform skin

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Jil Sander

Guido Palau shook things up by updating the bedhead - a clever contrast to the minimalist silhouettes and a complement to the graphic details of the prints

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Missoni

Missoni's knitted vocabulary - this season updated with a safari theme - was enhanced by Miriam Langellotti's elegant, matte-look grooming

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Missoni

Franco Gobbi gave extra volume to wet locks of hair, sweeping them to one side in a mass of textured waves

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Neil Barrett

Another sport influence for Neil Barrett's collection, picked up by Massimiliano Della Maggesa with a youthful, healthy make-up

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Neil Barrett

James Molloy brushed hair forwards, giving it a casually tousled effect

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Prada

Pat McGrath defined a young, almost feminine look for Prada, with flushed lips and enhanced brows

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Prada

Perfectly parted shiny hair by Guido Palau ensured preppy feel

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Salvatore Ferregamo

Karim Rahman gave boys a shiny gloss accent on the mouth

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Salvatore Ferregamo

In keeping with the make up simplicity, Franco Gobbi brushed hair back in an effortless but refined hairdo

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Trussardi

Karim Rahman's faces for Trussardi had a luxurious translucence, with a further gloss added to the lips

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Trussardi

Hair by Paul Hanlon was ultra-casual, as if fingers were just passed through it to style it towards the front or back

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Versace

Guido Palau matched the hair to the collection's bling, with huge quiffs towering over the models' foreheads

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Z Zegna

Hidden under graphic round sunglasses on the catwalk, faces at Z Zegna were given the lightest of grooming touches

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Z Zegna

Hair was more structured, wet and pulled back high above the foreheads

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Fashion Features Editor

Jack Moss is the Fashion Features Editor at Wallpaper*. Having previously held roles at 10, 10 Men and AnOther magazines, he joined the team in 2022. His work has a particular focus on the moments where fashion and style intersect with other creative disciplines – among them art and design – as well as championing a new generation of international talent and profiling the industry’s leading figures and brands.