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FASHION WEEK: Hair Rules at Texture on the Runway

Alison Alhamed | February 12, 2012 | 6:40 PM

February 11 brought together hundreds of stylists at City Winery for Texture on the Runway, a showcase of curls, kinks and waves, presented by TextureMedia, live during New York's Fashion Week. Runway sponsors and headliners were cheered on and given standing-room only attendance by hundreds of CosmoProf stylists and curlies.

Hair Rules put together a fabulous creative team to wow the crowd: Dickey, co-founder and creator; Brock Graham and Jasmine Green, assistants; Dailey Green, stylist; Katiria Martin, stylist and colorist; and Nzingha for ZFaceInc, NYC, make-up.

In a show that featured top-notch hair, gorgeous fashion, striking make-up and great music, this one was definitely a must-see. Check out the video below for the recap.

For more on Texture on the Runway, check out the shows from:

Matrix: Featuring presenters Daniel Roldan and Nick Stenson

Arrojo: Featuring presenter Nick Arrojo

Minardi and Joico: Featuring presenter Mark Mileti

Curls Unleashed: Featuring presenter Reginald Mitchell

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