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The Lambert

Barbering manuals of the turn of the century might describe this style as a ‘Van Dyck’, named after the Dutch painter Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) who is known to have adopted this look.

The Lambert
The Lambert

It’s one typically associated with the 16th and 17th centuries: a dapper, inverted-triangle of a beard paired with a generous, military-type mo that twisted up elegantly at either end. King Charles I (who van Dyck painted several times) and William Shakespeare are among its most famous exponents.