Thursday, September 01, 2005

The fashionistas at the New York Times are crediting Maddox Jolie with single handedly reviving the mohawk in its latest incarnation, what FAB and cohorts lovingly refer to as the fauxhawk. I hate to break it to Eric Wilson, but if he'd maybe wandered outside of US Weekly magazine over to, say, Europe, anytime in the last 14 months, he may have noticed that Maddox Jolie, or more properly, his stylist, is not so much an avant-garde trendsetter as he is just simply a la mode in Europe. According to, uh, anecdotal evidence, even Bosnian hairstylists, cutting edge as they are, have been sculpting fauxhawks of all shapes, sizes, colors, and stripes for the better part of the last year.

Like these guys I spotted in a Sarajevo club:

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