Why wasn’t Marc Jacobs’ answer “it’s the coolest hair style from Bob Marley to Berghain” instead of what he replied when critiqued? How I wish it would have been!
When using a style which is considered holy by many of its wearers and in its turn originates from beliefs about body and soul that have been around for thousands of years, you would expect a designer to credit his influences accordingly. Rastafarianism should of course have been stated on the inspo list. Even if his take on dreadlocks was more of a cyber punk girl, where did he think the scene got that natty hair-do from?