Disco Divas by Hairdreams

Jan Hillenmeyer | October 31, 2012 | 2:16 PM
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Andy Warhol
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Bianca Jagger
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Jerry Hall
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Edie Sedgwick
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Hair: Christopher and Sonya Dove, Hairdreams Ambassadors
Photography: Nicolas Troncin
Make-up: Burke Daniel
Fashion stylists: Opus Beauty, Heidi Meek and Suzi Grgurich

Only the most glamorous, chic and famous ventured beyond the velvet rope at Studio 54, the hottest night spot in New York in the 1970s and 1980s. Hairdreams Ambassadors Christopher and Sonya Dove recreated that scene in their Studio 54 Glam collection that channels some of the club’s most famous and frequent guests including: artist Andy Warhol, actress and socialite Edie Sedgwick, and models Jerry Hall and Bianca Jagger. The Doves used Hairdreams Quikkies, Microlines and Top Hair to create the voluptuous lengths and waves, asymmetrical shapes and disheveled textures typical of the Studio 54 era.

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