Spring 2007

Drama Queens
Campy? Maybe. Creative? Definitely. On the grand stage of beauty, the standout coiffure roles go to hairdos shrouded in high theatrics. View PDF version here »

Neon Blitz
In Neon Blitz, the latest collection from the Sassoon Academy led by international creative director Mark Hayes, inspiration comes not from celebrity style or runway fashion, but rather from London’s underground—its club scene, that is. View PDF version here »

Girlz with Grillz
At Baby Phat, the vibe is all about raising the roof— and the hair—with plenty of attitude and blinding bling. View PDF version here » Designer: Baby Phat Products: Bumble and bumble

Queen for a Day
No royal messes here! Redken’s Odile Gilbert sculpts hair into crowning glory at the Carmen Marc Valvo show. View PDF version here » Designer: Carmen Marc Valvo Products: Redken

A Little Bit Kinky
Nostalgic for some ’80s crimps?  This season the kinks of yore grow up. View PDF version here »

Metropolis Now
Metropolis Now, the latest collection from Vidal Sassoon, takes its inspiration from such sleek and modern manmade structures as Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Koolhaas’ Seattle Library and Calatrava’s Fordham Spire. View PDF version here »

Renaissance
Celebrating the beauty of renewal and spring, stylist Michael Della Penna’s latest avant-garde collection is inspired by Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli’s Primavera and The Birth of Venus. View PDF version here »

Night on the Gown
For Zac Posen’s ladies of the evening (gown), nothing looks better than pulled-together hair, compliments of L’Oréal Professionnel. View PDF version here » Designer: Zac Posen Products: L’Oréal Professionnel

Fairies of the Forest
Privé taps into its creative side to fashion crimped tresses for fierce fairies. View PDF version here » Designer: Sheri Bodell Products: Privé

Primaries
When Damien Carney and Sue Pemberton sought a muse for Primaries, Joico’s spring/summer trend collection, they didn’t turn to the world of fame and celebrity, but rather to Mother Nature. View PDF version here »

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