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In the city that never sleeps, there is a renaissance of that much-loved old neighborhood standby: the barbershop. Authentic-looking barbershops –– done up with antique fixtures and fittings, vintage barbering chairs, and a bottle of bourbon on the counter –– are popping up all over the five boroughs, ushering in, with a Johnny Cash soundtrack, a new era of gentlemanly fashions. Ahead of the curve, ARROJO’s new collection, Control, is a bespoke example of modern men’s grooming.  Click for StyleNotes →

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Women’s styles often steal liberally from menswear, but it is a more recent trend that men’s fashion borrows from women’s. The bob’s strong lines and minimal need for styling make it ideal for both genders, though the masculine version features a few key differences. Click the notes to learn more about achieving the perfect manly bob. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

man bun

It may not be new, but I have a hunch the man bun is coming back bigger than ever. With so much gender-bending and androgyny already seen on this year’s runway, the man bun is bound to evolve and grow, going from a trend to a staple. The style reinforces the masculinity of long hair for men, and paired with a little or a lot of scruff and a devil-may-care attitude, it’s sure to dominate 2015. So gentlemen, if you have the length but lack direction, click through to style notes for some inspiration. Just don’t forget the beard. –– Michelle Rotbart

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We’ve been posting for weeks now about new trends for the coming year: cuts, textures, colors, and styles. But we haven’t talked about men yet! Men’s looks tend to shift less dramatically from season to season, but the small changes can make a big difference. Learn about the evolution of men’s looks for the coming year in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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