Vogue Grace Coddington models the famous five-point bob, by Vidal Sassoon
A few things you need to know about Vidal Sassoon
He is credited with creating a simple geometric hair style called the wedge bob
said to be inspired by the artistic movemnet the Bauhaus.
Revolutionary in that period.
Sassoon's former model and creative director of American Vogue, Grace Coddington, said that "he changed the way everyone looked at hair. Before Sassoon, it was all back-combing and lacquer; the whole thing was to make it high and artificial. Suddenly you could put your fingers through your hair!
His Vidal Sassoon brand was applied to hair products sold worldwide, with a commercial campaign featuring the iconic slogan
"If you don't look good, we don't look good."
This is what should be said at every hair salon.
Sassoon opened his first salon in 1954 in London
He died this year in LA
Vidal with Mia Farrow, 1968