With the arrival of the teenager in the 1950s, every generation and subculture has spawned a defining rebellious haircut. From Elvis’ quiff to the Beatles’ mop tops and the hippies’ long locks to Bowie’s feather cut and the punk Mohican, young people express their rebellion with their hair.
While they think they’re being outrageous and shocking, they are mere amateurs in comparison to one man who sported the world’s most rebellious haircut. One that has left a lasting influence on all men’s haircuts since he first wore it… in 1795! – read more