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FASHION WEEK: Sassoon at threeASFOUR

Maggie Mulhern | September 23, 2013 | 4:24 PM
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Team Sassoon, led by Michael Forrey, channeled a classic Sassoon shape for the threeASFOUR 2014 collection presented during New York Fashion Week. "The look is quintessential Sassoon," says Forrey, Artistic Director for the New York Salon. "It's very geometric with stronger shapes, all inspired by the Sassoon looks from the sixties." Forrey and team cut wigs, using a-symmetrical lines from the Sassoon 60's iconic finishes. The wigs had been pre-dyed and were designed to "pop" from the black and white collection. This look, along with the threeASFOUR collection, was one of our favorites from fashion week!

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