Blonde Ambition: Iconic Blondes Shape History
New Art Exhibit Looks At Evolution and Influence of Blondes in Pop Culture
Blondeness was created 11,000 years ago, toward the end of the last ice age, by a genetic mutation that has resulted in a look that some might regard as an iconic ideal.
It is curated by Catharina Manchanda, and it includes the famous silkscreens of Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe and Roy Lichtenstein's pop art images of blondes in comics.
So after all that research and hard work, who does Manchanda think are the most iconic blondes of our time?