I’m not trying to pick on LaMont and this post isn’t really picking on him, so I hope he’s not pouting today or anything.
I had meant to post about this when I read the article, but then I forgot and then yesterday’s post reminded me.
A few weeks ago, LaMont had an article called Hair Force … I’ll pause for a moment in respect to that incredibly witty play on words … and the sub headline was “Pelusi style corps shines during NYC shows.”
Philip Pelusi was one of the stylists helping to shape the look of American women’s hair for next spring and summer. The Pittsburgh-based stylist, his creative director Jeffrey Rietz and four other Pelusi stylists coiffed models in designer Benjamin Cho’s Sept. 9 show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Mr. Pelusi and his crew collaborated with Mr. Cho to come up with edgy, avant-garde hair styles that complemented the designer’s urban-hipster-meets-futuristic-fantasy ensembles.
Here’s the shining examples of Philip Pelusi hairstyles:
1. I am not exaggerating when I say that I could do any of these styles in five minutes with a scrunchie, some kitchen scissors and a big ass can of Aqua Net.
2. When did models get to be so blatantly fug?
3. The middle boy-girl? Every single white-trash, too skinny, acid washed jeans-wearing, grungy, smoking, probably gonna be pregnant before graduation girl in my suburban high school had that exact hair.
Futuristic fantasy/urban hipster. HAH!
Now, on that same day, LaMont also gave us the hair trends for the fall, saying that the “bob” is hot stuff.
This is the example he used from Matrix.
You guys, if I saw a woman walking down the street with that hair I’d be all, “Excuse me, honey, do you need help finding your spaceship or are they just going to beam you up back up soon?”
Also, LaMont? Two posts in two days means that unless you really lose your shit, I’m going to leave you alone until at least Wednesday.