9 Models Chopped and Dyed Their Hair for Marc Jacobs's Fall 2018 Runway
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Where Kink Meets Cosmetics: The Story Behind New York Institution Ricky's
"It was the funniest thing in the world to see a customer buying a shampoo, a toothpaste, and a dildo. Where else are you going to find that?" Nowhere except the famous Ricky's NYC. We talked to the real life Ricky about how he started the quirky beauty store chain and what's up with that toothpaste tube logo.
Fashionista Week in Review: The Met Gala From Every Angle, Anna Wintour Will Wear Sweatpants with Stephen Colbert, and Dudes in Famous Fashion Ads
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The Vidal Sassoon Effect: A Look Back at His Famous Cuts From the 1960s to Now
The world of beauty lost a genius today. Vidal Sassoon pioneered so-called ready-to-wear hair--no rollers, dryer, or hair spray required. He was the
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Breaking: Vidal Sassoon Dies at 84
Vidal Sassoon, the hair styling pioneer who revolutionized women's hair with his five point cut in the 1960s, was found dead of natural causes in his LA home today, the AP is reporting. He had reportedly been fighting leukemia since 2009. Sassoon was a true hair pioneer, and is widely credited with the creation of the bob--a look that started a "wash-and-wear" revolution for women, who had been shackled to rollers and hair spray up until that point. Mia Farrow was one of the first recipients of his famous five point cut before she filmed Rosemary's Baby, and the look took off.