Clive Lamb's Homage to Britain

Jan Hillenmeyer | January 3, 2013 | 2:42 PM
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The models’ military fashions create a look that suggests “the changing of the Queen’s Guard,” says Lamb. “My team continues to stretch their creativity while keeping a sharp eye on international fashion trends. They are always looking for what’s next,” he says.
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Photography: Phoenix Taylor. Make-Up: Kaia Bellanca.
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Dallas salon owner Clive Lamb left his native England in 1985 after working with Jingles International in London. 

Inspired by the amount of British news in 2012—The Queen’s Jubliee, the London Summer Olympics and the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton—Lamb created Pomp and Pageantry, looks that he describes as “Steampunk meets the Queen’s Guard with strong shapes cut into naturally textured hair that was colored to bring out the shine and to accentuate each curl.”

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