Margaretha by William De Ridder

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 30, 2012 | 12:30 PM
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William de Ridder, based in Bruges, Belgium, is known throughout the hair styling world for his photo creations and his acclaimed hairdressing academy.
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An award-winning stylist himself, De Ridder and his academy team are favorites with Belgian couture designers working together to create “total fashion” looks.
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The Margaretha Collection is De Ridder’s newest for fall and winter. The styles are short with emphasis on a variety of fringe lengths and textures with dramatic color highlights.
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Fashions, including faux fur, glam up these short styles for the holiday season. All products are by Paul Mitchell.
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Photography: Pat Verbruggen. Make-up: Van rie Anniek. Fashions and Fashion Styling: Bianconero.
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