Sitting right in the centre of an aesthetic timeline with very classic facets and elements of ultra-cool modernity, you can understand why Rob Ferlaino of Rokk Man Barbers, Collins Place, titled this collection Dichotomy.

Six men’s hair looks cover dreadlocks, covetable long hair, fades, undercuts, volume, texture and crops perfectly suited to any client in the barber’s chair. All photographed in a dreamy sepia tone, the feel of the collection harks back to a vintage aesthetic, while the looks and cuts themselves reveal modern trends, new aesthetic ideas and trendy, salon-relevant men’s hair looks.

Interesting and diverse but united by that overriding tone and clear collection aesthetic, the collection shows off different fashion styling elements (think classic suits and button-up shirts next to tattoos on bare chests) and various hair looks to showcase the ingenuity alive and thriving in men’s editorial and salon hair today.

View the full collection below.


Name of Collection: Dichotomy
Barbering by: Rob Ferlaino, Rokk Man Barbers, Collins Place, Melbourne
Photographer: Elizabeth Kinnaird
Make Up Artist: Sarah Baxter
Stylists: Aaron Choung and Steve Calder

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