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This book presents a deeply intimate look into the life of Vidal Sassoon, from his early days in an orphanage, to his time as a soldier, and his beginnings as an apprentice hairdresser. He built his career on attitude and his uncanny eye, with his architectural influences helping to shape the five point geometric bob he became famous for. His sharp, angular cuts freed women from weekly trips to the salon and created a wash and go style for the liberated woman of the 1960s. His pixie cut for Mia Farrow and his collaborations with figures like Mary Quant helped his influence spread to a chain of salons and academies leading to a product line whose slogan was known world wide, “If you don’t look good, we don’t look good.” With a design as sharp and graphic as the styles he is famous for, this book details the legacy of a man whose influence far outreaches the industry he changed forever. As much a story of a social revolution as it is the story of one man, this book uses quotes from sixties icons, interviews and archival material to explore the life and career of the most influential hairdresser of the 20th century.
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