To mark the start of New York Fashion Week, bundesliga.com is taking a look at the Bundesliga stars who have been at the cutting edge of cool.
The best-known haircut in the Bundesliga - fashionistas have as much trouble keeping up with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as opposing defenders.
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FC Bayern München's new star Arturo Vidal with a modern twist on the Mohican.
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VfB Stuttgart's Geoffroy Serey Die also opts for a native American look.
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Long hair was all the rage in the '70s - these are the flowing locks of MSV Duisburg's Werner Schneider.
Harald Konopka of 1.FC Köln added the popular 'tache to his look.
Former FC Schalke 04 and Germany goalkeeper Norbert Nigbur held his own in the fashion stakes.
Kevin Keegan (l.) and Paul Breitner, two of the best Bundesliga Afros ever.
Dirk Hupe (r.) was the archetypal perm and beard man of the '80s while a young Andreas Möller sported a mullet.
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The tightest perm ever? Rudi Völler, nicknamed 'Tante Käthe' after a well-known curly-haired children's character.
At the start of his career, Stefan Effenberg wore it blond and long...
...until the middle of the '90s when he had his nickname, 'The Tiger', shaved into the back of his head.
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Christian Ziege went all patriotic for the 2002 World Cup.
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Perhaps the best-known exponent of the mullet: FC Hansa Rostock's Mike Werner.
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Oliver Kahn gave the mullet an airing in his younger days at Karlsruher SC.
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Not so much a haircut, rather a work of art: Abel Xavier of Hannover 96.
Another unforgettable look: Taribo West, who was at 1. FC Kaiserslautern 2000-01.
FC Bayern's Brazilian Rafinha has had his fair share of hairstyles: cornrows were all the rage when he was at Schalke.
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Like a true rocker, Torsten Frings went for a full mane in his final season at SV Werder Bremen.
Long, but straight and with the Alice band: Tim Wiese's hairstyle at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.
Marcelinho - here sporting a Hertha Berlin shirt and a shock of red hair - is maybe the most extravagant Brazilian to have graced the Bundesliga.
A title win can make you do some crazy things...just ask Kevin Großkreutz, who shaved his head to celebrate Borussia Dortmund's triumph in 2011.
And let's not forget the Germany coach: Jogi Löw during his time at Eintracht Frankfurt.