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Vidal Sassoon Alumni preserves and promotes Art Directors/Creatives, Tinters and Permers who were and are by nature, intrinsic to the legend that is Vidal Sassoon.
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Est. in 2011. We are passionate about hair and we know this is matched by the passion of hairdressers the the world over.

The Vidal Sassoon Alumni is shaped through the ideas and vision of its 60 plus year history and united by a common goal and a common spirit – that lies between technical vision and creative enthusiasm.

 

What started as a tribute to the craft of Vidal Sassoon crimpers their values and artistry, we hope will quickly grow into much more. We welcome your input and ideas. We aspire to preserve Vidal Sassoon standards for generations to come.

 

VIDAL SASSOON

17th January, 1928 – 9th May, 2012

BIRTH PLACE

Hammersmith, London.

“I will always have something of that Sassoon stamp in my work. Vidal Sassoon: His philosophy is in my heart” – Tim Hartley

1963
Havington – Cut by Roger Thompson

“When Roger cut hair he was as one with both scissors and hair – it was…” Sign up to learn more soon.

1964
5 Point – Cut by Vidal Sassoon

“It came on a summer’s night in Paris…”

1972
Fire-Fly – Cut by Christopher Brooker

“Colorist Annie Humphrey’s ideas culminated in the Firefly , a softly graduated shape by Christpher Brooker using the first truly….”

1972
The Brush –  Cut by Christopher Brooker

“My favourite cut of all time. One day Vogue phoned me up and said…”

1974
THE WEDGE – CUT BY TREVOR SORBIE

“I joined Sassoon’s in 1970 and my big break came when I created a haircut, which I called …”

1975
GREEK GODDESS – CUT BY ROGER THOMPSON

““The first time hair had ever been permed and left to dry naturally, (that was Roger’s idea!)….”

“The point of a hair style is to bring out the bone structure. Bring out the eyes. Use the neck. Most people have excellent necks. Now they cover them with curtains, which is kind of ridiculous.” – Vidal Sassoon