I assume, if it's an horizontal part, as opposed
to a vertical one, it means the hair on the upper side
of the part would be combed forward, Caesar-style, so as
to cover the bald spots.
From: Rickard A. Parker [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Monday, September 16, 2002 8:44 AM
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Subject: Parting the hair behind
Michelle Hadden wrote:
> Aside from this reference, I don't have
> any info about the white trousers, but
> I do know that parting the hair behind
> was a particulary bohemian look at the time.
I've been curious enough to try a few times to find information on the web
about this style but never succeeded. I've never been curious enough to try
searching the stacks at the library of Jake's Barber College though.
Can anyone describe this style? Where did the part start and end?