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Luis Alvarez

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 8:19 PM
Luis AlvarezHis Work:

Stylist, platform artist, educator, product manufacturer and photographer are just a few of the talents that have made Luis Alvarez one of the most influential hairdressers today. In addition to his extraordinary work as an innovative stylist, Luis Alvarez designs professional hair care products as co-founder of Aquage. He is proud of both his educational systems that maximize a product’s performance and in creating the images that inspire other professionals to use the products. Now a sought-after beauty and fashion photographer, Alvarez’s work has appeared on many covers, including MODERN’s own March 2008 issue.

Why He’s Influential: “Because everything that I learn I pass on to others.”

Who Influences Him: “Image makers who are capable of capturing the sublime, while simultaneously exposing the human soul. Richard Avedon will always be at the top of my list.”

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