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Vidal Sassoon: A Life in Pictures

Alison Alhamed | May 10, 2012 | 9:58 AM
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Grace Coddington sporting the Sassoon 5-point cut. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Sassoon in 1963 at Grosvenor House. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Sassoon girls. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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The media frenzy surrounding the Mia Farrow hair cut. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Mia Farrow gets her hair cut by Vidal Sassoon for Rosemarys Baby. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Sassoon and his mother. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Perhaps the most famous Sassoon finish—Nancy Kwan. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Peggy Moffitt with her Sassoon cut. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Sassoon with former boss Teasy-Weasy Raymond. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with Adolf Cohen, who hired Sassoon as an apprentice at age 14.
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Vidal Sassoon with Carol Channing. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with model Denae Brook. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with Grace Coddington and her 5-point cut. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with Joan Collins. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with designer Mary Quant. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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VIdal Sassoon, Greek Goddess. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with model Denae Brook. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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The Sassoon Girls. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Sassoon Girls. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with Joan Collins. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon with his mother. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Sassoons Bond Street Salon. Image courtesy of Sassoon
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Vidal Sassoon remembered through images of his work, his life and his impact.

Sassoon was best known for revolutionizing the salon industry and hair fashion with his ready-to-wear cuts and his innovative approach to education. Sassoon's legacy will live forever in the heads of the professional beauty industry.

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Originally posted on Salon Today.

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