Thoroughly trendy mullets: Style’s unlikeliest comeback
Fashion’s most polemic haircut, the mullet, has created a comeback throughout the pandemic. Cassidy St. George tracks the rollercoaster history of this factious trim.
style is – among different things – the simplest way for people to specific the influence of the external world. It makes excellent sense, then, that the definitive beauty trend of the previous year – one in all the foremost chaotic and traumatic years in world memory – is that the revivification of 1 of the foremost maligned and lampooned haircuts in trendy history: the mullet. The long within the back, short on the top-and-sides look has created a strong and poetic comeback throughout the coronavirus pandemic, that (like the virus itself) shows no signs of effort US before long.
We can mostly give thanks the mullet-donning stars Joe Exotic (Tiger King) and Crystal Methyd (Ru Paul’s Drag Race) for planting the seeds of this flourishing trend in spring 2020, that has since become a widespread cultural development. “It’s utterly true what they assert,” pop star Troye Jewish calendar month told Vogue.com once asked regarding the hair he debuted in his recent music video, that opens with a dramatic shot of him cutting his own mullet. “It’s terrible and wonderful at identical time.” Jewish calendar month is simply one in all uncounted celebrities to hitch the mullet ranks within the previous year, aboard Miley Cyrus the Younger, Rihanna (whose Savage X Fenty show was full of models sporting identical style), Cara Delevingne, Barbie Ferreira, Jacob Elordi, Halsey, Debby Ryan, Irina Shayk, Maisie Williams, Keke Arnold Palmer and additional.