What could be more romantic than these angel curls dressed divinely with tender tendrils framing the face. This is Kim Lepine at her best for La Coupe, in 1988.
Hair: Kim Lepine, La Coupe New York/Montreal … Makeup: Nadiya Nottingham … Fashion Stylist: Arianne Phillips/Creative Workforce … Silk Scarves: Kazuko Oshima … Photo: © Geoffrey Hargrave Thomas. Produced by Helen Oppenheim for her article in The Gazette Magazine, Montreal
A romantic feeling from La Coupe, in 1987. Hair for the boudoir. Kim Lepine introduced The New Curl in the Boudoir Hair Collection – a tiny, angel-like curl. She said at the time that The New Direction was small heads, closer to the head, with softly rounded but a definite “V” back. ‘No more squared-off, cut-across or cut-up napes,” advised Lepine the trend-setter whose backs of heads were always feminine and pretty, whether her hairstyles were short, medium, long, straight or curly. A trend in the late 80s, the look is still relevant today. For more Boudoir Hair, more versions, how-to’s and details, click here
Hair: Kim Lepine, La Coupe, 1987 … Texture: Rita Starnella … Model Lori Hope … Fashion Styling: Aleta Wolf-Gentile … Photo: Geoffrey Hargraves Thomas. Produced by Helen OppenheimComment