WHO WILL EVER forget the strangeness of the first images out of post Taliban Afghanistan, when the streets ran with beards? As one city after another was abandoned by Taliban soldiers, crowds of happy men lined up to get their first legal shave in years, and barbers enjoyed the busiest days of their lives.Only a few months earlier, in January 2001, dozens of barbers in the capital city of Kabul had been rounded up by the Taliban’s hair and beard cops (the Ministry for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice) because they had been cutting men’s hair in a style known locally as the “Titanic.” At the time, Kabul’s cooler young men wanted that Leonardo DiCaprio look, the one he sported in the movie. It was an interesting moment in fashion, because under the Taliban’s moral regime movies were illegal, Leonardo DiCaprio was illegal, and his hairdo, which allowed strands of hair to fall forward over the face during prayer, was a ticket to jail. Yet thanks to enterprising video smugglers who dragged cassettes over mountain trails by mule, urban Afghans knew perfectly well who DiCaprio was and what he looked like; not only did men adopt his style, but couples were then celebrating their weddings with Titanic shaped cakes.DiCaprio was out of style, even in Kabul, by the time the Taliban’s rules were being swept away along with the nation’s beard clippings.
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The Historic Trust, which helps organize the event, needed to decide by the end of January whether the event would take place. With no firm end in site for the pandemic, the decision was obvious. Are very disappointed, but safety comes first, said David Pearson, president and CEO of The Historic Trust.
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