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Kelley Donahue

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on Apr 15, 2014
Twenty-four hours in the life of the Aveda global artistic director of hair color 7:30 a.m. My day starts with a large latte and a fresh croissant. 8 a.m. Still at home, I jump on a conference call with our Asia team about an upcoming trip to two of my favorite places—Tokyo and Seoul. I find going to Asia so
on Apr 15, 2014
Vision, pride and determination are Sarah Adams’ mantras when it comes to her hairdressing career. A salon owner, gifted artist and avid eco-preneur—she commutes as often as possible by cargo bike, even using it to get to her session styling gigs—Adams also enjoys sharing her knowledge about the men’s grooming market with
on Apr 09, 2014
Freeze Frame In 1968, famed street and fashion photographer Bill Cunningham embarked on an eight-year photography project to document the fashion history of New York City. After scouring hundreds of vintage shops and auction houses for antique frocks, Cunningham photographed models at locales he scouted specifically for
on Apr 02, 2014
Texture and technique play starring roles in this beautiful collection from Jonathan De Francesco. “The inspiration and name for my collection comes from the notion of recherché—a rare quality of refined attractiveness and elegance,” says artist Jonathan De Francesco about his latest body of work for London salon Brooks
on Apr 01, 2014
Horst Rechelbacher, a trailblazer who spurred the botanical boom in salons and founded Aveda and Intelligent Nutrients passed away in February at age 72. Since that time, the tributes have been pouring in for this legend, who left an indelible mark on our industry. Here, industry gurus share some of their fondest memories