Photographer Captures The Best (Worst?) Mullets From MulletFest 2020 – Design You Trust

Photographer Captures The Best (Worst?) Mullets From MulletFest 2020

You might think that the notorious mullet is a thing of the past, but you would be wrong. Turns out each year there’s a MulletFest taking place in the small town of Kurri Kurri in Australia, so photographer Craig Gibson went Down Under to capture the best (worst?) of the 2020 contestants…

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