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ICA 2013 Red Hot Rio Gala Awards Dinner
Beauty Launchpad recently attended the glamourous ICA 2013 Red Hot Rio Gala Awards Dinner in New York City. Check out our photos from the elegant event! [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak]

The ICA Artistic Team’s “American Style” presentation opens with plenty of panache! Check out the high energy of iconic Americana hairstyling in this video.

TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin brings his hair designs from Spring 2014 fashion weeks in New York and London to the Intercoiffure stage, as well as his current street-inspired collection for TIGI.

ICA Fashion Director Vivienne Mackinder once again astounds with her Neo Deco Fall Trend Collection for Intercoiffure. Here, she talks about an abstract haircut from the collection that contains “choppy, choppy, choppy” layers highlighted by the color artistry of Steve Hightower.

Top editorial hairstylist Odile Gilbert makes her Intercoiffure stage debut with Kérastase! From a feathered beehive to a hair hat to a halo of flossy cotton-candy-like micro-crimps, the iconic stylist showcases her flair for whimsical hair designs that are truly one-of-a-kind.

The Sassoon Team’s NY Creative Director Michael Forrey chats about their presentation, “The Dandies,” which includes cut and color inspiration centered around androgyny. The three segments include Rastabouts, Suede Head and Jockey.

ICA Artistic Team Member Sherri Jesse explains the importance of crimped texture in the "American Style" presentation at Intercoiffure.

ICA artistic director Mary Brunetti talks about the inspiration behind her 2013 Intercoiffure presentation, "American Style." From Lauren Hutton to Marilyn Monroe and designers like Ralph Lauren and DVF, the collection includes iconic American hairstyles and beauty.

The Privé Design Team led by master stylist Laurent Dufourg did a record number of shows at Style Fashion Week in Los Angeles this week. Launchpad’s Editor at Large Marianne Dougherty went backstage yesterday to watch the team prepare for the first show of the day, which featured three designers: Tina Marie, Silvia Bours and Cristina Nitopi. Dufourg’s son Chelby, who is Director of Education, gave her the lowdown on the three disparate looks. Let’s start with CrisTina NiToPi where the models sported very textured 1940s rolls but with a modern twist.

The Nuvela SS 2014 Collection draws inspiration from the 50's and 60's dreaming up a cross between an imaginary Shanghai beauty and a modern day Sophia Loren. The designs celebrate the female curvatures and exude a sense of melancholy for a long lost era of the great Italian divas of the silver screen. Hair design included tightly wound high knots led by Wella Top Stylist and owner of Studio DNA Salons, Aubrey Loots.Aubrey Loots talks about creating the hair looks for 14 shows and about 120 models all in one day for LA Fashion Week!

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