Posted by on Apr 18, 2018 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

The Quiff Hair History - 1972-2011

Photos:Karl Stoecker,Lorraine Sylvestre/Serge Beauchemin,Helen Oppenheim

Hair History. You can be inspired by the past. Without even knowing it.  The Vidal Sassoon connection to the quiff from 1972-2011 in all four hairstyles here is interesting. I art directed and produced two of these photos (top right/bottom left) and didn’t realize the connection until recently.  It all started in 1972 with Christopher Brooker at Vidal Sassoon London in the UK (top left).  Charles Booth of La Coupe, trained by Vidal Sassoon in the UK and, at 19 years old, came to New York as one of the young stylists for Sassoon’s first Salon, on Madison Avenue.   In 1974, he created the hair in the photo (bottom right) for his La Coupe Salons.  In 1979 , Graham Wren of Vidal Sassoon in New York created a softer Sassoon  version in the photo  top right.   Edward Tricomi, was Pipino-Buccheri, who were trained by Vidal Sassoon, created his abstract version on a wig at a New York Fashion Week Show in 2011 (bottom right.)  I think all created their looks not connecting the dots.  More archived on Facebook’s Old School Sassoon and more versions on my website
Top Left The Quiff 1972: Christopher Brooker, Vidal Sassoon UK … Model: Lauraine Scrigmaglia
Photo: Karl Stoecker

Bottom Left Art Deco 1974:  Charles Booth, La Coupe, Montreal/NY, 1974  … Model: Danielle
Photo: Serge Beauchemin
Top Right Soft Cubism 1979: Graham Wren, Vidal Sassoon, US … Model: Suzie Kozak
Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

Bottom Right Abstract 2011: Edward Tricomi, Warren-Tricomi, NY, 2011 … Model: Unknown
Photo: Helen Oppenheim

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