Miuccia Prada has been toting the power of "ugly" for years, and, recently, the fashion world seems to be following suit. Fugly trends are on the rise, and now, it seems, the mullet is having a moment. It all started with the model Edie Campbell and famed hairstylist Guido Palau who chopped and colored Campbell's long blonde locks into a black mullet-style shag right before the F/W '13 runway season. Palau loved the look so much, he coiffed the Marc Jacobs models in wigs to match Campell's style. Unlike the man-mullets of the '80s and early '90s -- think Andre Agassi, Chuck Norris and Billy Ray Cyrus -- the fashion mullet incorporates heavy bangs with choppy layers and shag-style cuts. Check out the gallery below for some of our favorite fashion mullet moments.
Fashion and The Mullet
Lindsey Wixson premiered a choppy mullet-shag at the Watermill Center Benefit over the summer in the Hamptons
Sandra Bullock was all about "party in the back" on her October VOGUE cover
Not just a hairstyle, the short/long DNA of the mullet has translated into ready-to-wear and evening wear
David Bowie first introduced the idea of "fashion" and "mullets" coexisting as Ziggy Stardust
Vanessa Hudgens donned Dior couture and a mullet for our spring 2013 issue
Florence Henderson making the fashion mullet happen for moms everywhere.
Taylor Momsen stopped in fashion mullet-ville on her way to angsty teenage rocker town.