Other country sites
Your Recent Searches
Removed from your bag...
Your cart is empty
Free Shipping Worldwide*
*MORE INFO HERE
Back to Home
We have it on good authority that longer locks are set to be a key hairstyle this fall and, it seems, so does Brooklyn Beckham.
Achieving long hair is no simple task. By allowing your locks to lengthen, you're accepting an inevitable encounter with a tough middle phase that'll test just how down you are to grow out your 'do. Faced with this challenge, Brooklyn tackled the "in-between lengths" stage with relative ease and, in doing so, claimed himself a deserved induction into the annals of hairstyle-of-the-month history.
The key to his trim's triumph was keeping the simple elements of his signature sweeping style, adding only ombré tips for a fresh feel. Of course, the more hair you have to work with, the more you can play around with styles, so Brooklyn's been showing off his crop's capabilities.
At the more formal setting of his mother's fashion week showcase, young Becks tucked his locks back behind his ears, leaving his flowing fringe to fall down on one side for a slick, sharp look. But, as he demonstrated at a Pull&Bear event in Spain, the cut is also versatile enough to adapt in warmer climates, worked into messy man bun for a more relaxed, laid-back feel. 'Do difficulties, defeated.
View more features ›