Save a hair for me now! Duran Duran star Nick Rhodes struggles to keep his unruly locks under control after being caught in a gale during alfresco lunch
He's part of one of the most successful bands of the 1980s, selling over 100 million records worldwide.
But Duran Duran's Nick Rhodes wasn't having much success in the hair department on Wednesday as he struggled to keep his unruly locks under control as he enjoyed a rather breezy al fresco lunch at Scott's restaurant in London.
The 58-year-old keyboardist's silver hair looked somewhat dishevelled as he braved the wind for a chilly lunch outdoors with friends amid the easing of lockdown rules.
Nick's attire appeared significantly smarter however, as he donned a smart black coat worn over a black jumper and white shirt.
He also wore black trousers and added a casual element to his look with monochrome lace-up trainers.
Despite the weather and his bad hair day, Nick appeared to be in good spirits as he ate his meal and sipped on sparkling water at the swanky eatery.
Though he looked to be slightly disgruntled by the drizzly weather as he said goodbye to his pal before heading off.
Music legend Nick was one of the founding members of the new wave band alongside bassist John Taylor, with drummer Roger Taylor soon joining.
Lead singer Simon Le Bon and guitarist Andy Taylor made up the then five-piece's most commercially successful line-up, though there has been many line-up changes over the years, including the departure of Andy in 1986.
Nick, Simon, John and Roger now make up the four core members in the current line-up.
Duran Duran were considered one of the most successful band of the 1980s, and have seen their success cross over in the last three decades.
The group, who formed in Birmingham in 1978, have had 14 top 10 singles in the UK singles chart, 21 singles in the US Billboard Hot 100 and have sold more than 100 million records worldwide.
Duran Duran have released huge hits including Hungry Like The Wolf, Girls On Film, Reflex, Electric Barbarella, Ordinary World and Come Undone.
The band are set to hit the stage again later this year, joining the likes of Tom Jones, Liam Gallagher and Snow Patrol on the lineup for the upcoming 2021 Isle Of Wight festival.
The music event, which is scheduled to take place this September, comes after the 2020 edition was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Other acts scheduled to perform include Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Kaiser Chiefs, David Guetta and The Script.