For over 60 years, the reputation of Sassoon Academy has been built on developing and providing world-class education.
When Vidal Sassoon opened his first salon at 108 Bond Street, London in 1954 the teased bouffant and beehive dominated hair fashion.
By the 70s Sassoon technique was used to create cuts that ranged from strong graphic shapes to effortlessly fluid hair.
By the early 1980s New Romanticism, a dramatically theatrical street style emerged in London clubs.
A new naturalism entered hair and the experimental effects of the eighties were rejected in favour of easy-to-care for wearable.
In the 2000s luxury was lauded and reached a spectacular crescendo with the work of Alexander McQueen
The global recession had considerable effect on fashion trends with consumers eschewing fleeting fashion changes in favour of heritage brands with a backstory.
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