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Mustache Inspirations For ‘Movember’

It’s November—or some would say “Movember”, the annual, month-long event to raise awareness for prostate cancer, involving the growing of mustaches during the month of November!

To kick off this month, and help you decide the new shape of your (or your man’s) facial hair, we have cumulated some of the most inspiring mustaches found in art on The Bazaar.

Why leave a mustache? To support the ‘mo’vement, of course; it’s also a chance for you to channel that inner hipster, or just be lazy and leave out the daily shaving.

In some cultures, mustaches are also associated with power.

National Beard and Moustache Championships is also said to take place on Sunday, 11 November 2012.

Remember, don’t touch that razor! For the whole month…



take care
by Samantha Dalrymple


Manuel Amador Guerrero (1833-1909), first President of Panama (b/w photo)
by Bridgeman Art Library


Portrait of Antonin Proust (1832-1905) c.1877-80 (oil on canvas)
by Edouard Manet


Portrait of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley (1520-98) Lord High Treasurer (oil on panel)
by Arnold con Brounckhorst


Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863) 1840 (oil on canvas)
by Charles Emile Callande de Champmartin


Philip IV (1605-65) King of Spain, 1632-36 (oil on canvas)
by Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez


Portrait of Tsar Peter I the Great (1672-1725) 1772 (oil on canvas)
by Alexei Petrovich Antropov


Man with a Jug, c.1635
by Haarlem School


Portrait of Sir Richard Stainer, from 'Characters Illustrious in British History', by Richard Earlom and Charles Turner, 1815 (litho) (b/w photo)
by English School


Portrait of Don John of Austria (oil on canvas)
by Alonso Sanchez Coello
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