BOLDFACERS

Spring’s Stylemakers :April 2,2009

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Boston’s fashion glitterati road-tripped to the runway at Neiman Marcus Natick for Boldfacers.com’s first fashion show. The Spring Stylemakers Fashion Show, hosted by Neiman Marcus Natick and Boldfacers.com attracted some 350 guests, decked out in trendy one-shoulder frocks and purple velvet smoking jackets. The theme of the evening? The power of the individual — common ground for Boldfacers and Neiman Marcus — and how it is expressed through fashion. Twelve stylish Boldfacers were invited to create outfits at Neiman Marcus that reflected their fashion flair and fire; models from Maggie Inc. were then asked to be that Boldfacer. That’s what we call dressing the part — on the catwalk…and in life.  
  Photographs by Chris Sanchez & Randy Gross

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Boldfacer Stylemaker Participant and owner of MIZU Salon Elan Sassoon and his wife Adriana, Personal Stylist /Designer.

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ADRIANA SASSOON

The backstage of : Behind the Man of Style.We got there early in the morning and, meanwhile Elan and My daughter went out for a walk around the mall I was left with a nice gentleman. With his help I was able to find all the materials to create the 3 looks for the event.I was happy with my choices.My looks were a bit more edgy . I guess a little forward for Bostonians.At least this was what they told me.We had some changes added by Lydia Santangelo, who works for Neiman Marcus.So these are the final results shown ate the Runaway…………………I hope you enjoy.

 

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My FIRST LOOK: Wasn’t quite like that but…………. “A refined Jet Setter on the way to Saint-Tropez”. 

Black shorts, a White shirt with black stripes, a pair of  Black moccasins,GUCCI bag.(Accessorize your bag, with a small scarf , with the bright colors of summer, place the scarf on the handle of the bag).A pair of black shades is a must.

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My SECOND LOOK : ” Walking around town”. 

Wasn’t quite like that, but anyhow……….

Rock Republic jeans with some Swarovisk buttons, the lavender  Shirt with a floral pattern and the shoes a pair of  Black mocassins.Accessorize the look with a white scarf on the side of the waist line, an inner purple shirt . The shirt should be worn loose on the waist, and to finalize the look a lavender wool sweater.

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My Third look:  Wasn’t quite like that but…………

“A night out in Sao Paulo”.

Beautiful, off-white vest with an off white pair of paints, an off white belt, a black velvet pair of shoes for some contrast .accessorize, no shirt, only a vest with a black Sequim tie, with a beautiful pair of  blacelets.Lots of glitter!

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IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER

Vidal Sassoon’s groundbreaking hairstyles made him a legend. Then he sold out. Now his son, Elan, hopes to build on his vision.

By Christopher Muther, Globe Staff

Elan Sassoon was, for years, quite certain he had no interest in the family business. The hair salons, sleek beauty schools, and product lines that made his father, Vidal Sassoon, the best-known hairstylist in the world held little allure. Instead, the younger Sassoon graduated from college in 1993, raised $10 million, and started producing films.

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In a few years, his company, Skyline Entertainment, was making critically lauded indie movies with stars such as Blythe Danner, Peter Gallagher, and Lara Flynn Boyle. He was walking the red carpet at Cannes, hanging out with Gwyneth Paltrow and Ethan Hawke.

“I was Mr. On-the-Rise Film Guy,” Sassoon, now 38, recalls.But the demands of film schedules and festivals, while making him someone to watch in the movie industry, was putting stress on his marriage. He had to make a choice: film or family. He chose family. The decision drew Sassoon back to the family business, and in no small way. Next year, on Commonwealth Avenue near Boston University, he’ll open the Institute of Hairdesign by Elan Sassoon, slated to be the largest cosmetology school in the world, the first of four across the country. This month, he launches two high-end salons called Mizu, one here with his four business partners  at the posh Mandarin Oriental hotel, another in New York on Park Avenue. He’s partnered on a line of spas called Green Tangerine, and rolls out his own product line next year.

Choosing Boston

The decision to locate the academy in Boston was based, in part, on the city’s strong emphasis on education and its large student population. Boston appears to be a good fit for Sassoon, who confesses that he’s far more traditional and strict than his parents when it comes to marriage and family. Elan Sassoon was born in New York, grew up in LA, and spent a year at Berkshire Academy. But Boston became central to Elan’s world for another reason. In January 2007, his wife of 14 years, Adriana Sassoon, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. A former ELITE model in her native Brazil, Adriana Sassoon endured a frustrating series of biopsies in Miami, where the family was living. In search of the best care, Adriana Sassoon quickly moved to Boston for treatment. Elan and their two children followed that May. The family lives in Chestnut Hill. Adriana Sassoon recently celebrated her first cancer-free year.

Adriana Sassoon has a Handbag Company with the focus in Minimalist Design. The main ingredient is to help a Ameamoroso Charity founded by her father and mentor as well as charities that work with children of developing countries”…“If I can make a difference by doing what I love and being able to help others in need, what a marvelous accomplishment!

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Photos Elan Sassoon &   Adriana Sassoon .

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Mizu Salon & Academy of Aesthetics

Elan Sassoon, what are you doing around here in icy New England? You’re an LA dude, reared on coolness, sunshine and beach parties. You’re the son of Vidal Sassoon. Yeah, Vidal. As in: “If you don’t look good, we don’t look good.” As in: You graduated from Beverly Hills High. As in: Your neighbor was Bob Dylan and his son, Jakob, your best bud. As in: What the hell are you doing here?
But here you are! You’re opening a swishy new salon, Mizu, in an even swishier new hotel, the Mandarin Oriental—tomorrow! You’ve bought space on Commonwealth Avenue to build the world’s first school of hair design and skincare, the Academy of Aesthetics by Elan Sassoon. You moved your wife and two children here to be freezing with the rest of us.

Welcome, guy! You’ll fit in. You have that Yankee work ethic, for sure. How could you not? Your dad was sent to an orphanage in England, just doors away from his mother, who sent him there because she could not afford to feed him. When he was 14, she took him to a neighborhood barbershop to get a job. “We don’t have any jobs,” the owner said. “Thank you, sir,” young Vidal replied. “I understand.” After which he took his mother’s hand, opened the door for her and escorted her. “Wait.” The owner said. “I like your manners. I think we can find work for you here.”
And so begat the gazillionaire empire of Vidal Sassoon, a collection of international salons, products and the infamous geometric “bob.” Vidal bore four children but only took one of them on industry trips to fashion weeks and shows—you. And despite the mansion and trappings of new money, your father insisted his kids work. Hard. You and your brother David worked construction, pouring cement in the summer. You were expected to earn their own money to buy things.

After graduating from American University, you chased Hollywood. You produced nine films, starring actors such as Sam Gallagher and Lara Flynn Boyle, and were nominated for an award at Cannes (losing to Ed Burns “The Brothers McMullen.”) But you couldn’t leave your roots behind, could you, Elan? Hair. You had a thing for hair.
So tomorrow is a big deal for you. It comes after years working in the beauty-care industry (you headed up Louis Vuitton’s salons, and started and sold a product line with your mom, Beverly). And it comes with great pride. It’s not just that you’re continuing the work your dad began. You have plans for eight more schools and a product line. It’s that you’re doing it on your own. We’re glad to have you with us, Elan. Now maybe you can convince your pal Jakob to move here, too.  

 
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Mandarin Oriental Hotel
776 Boylston Street
Boston
(617) 585-MIZU
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In the name of the father

Vidal Sassoon’s groundbreaking hairstyles made him a legend. Then he sold out. Now his son, Elan, hopes to build on his vision.

By Christopher Muther, Globe Staff
October 2, 2008
Elan Sassoon was, for years, quite certain he had no interest in the family business. The hair salons, sleek beauty schools, and product lines that made his father, Vidal Sassoon, the best-known hairstylist in the world held little allure. Instead, the younger Sassoon graduated from college in 1993, raised $10 million, and started producing films.

In a few years, his company, Skyline Entertainment, was making critically lauded indie movies with stars such as Blythe Danner, Peter Gallagher, and Lara Flynn Boyle. He was walking the red carpet at Cannes, hanging out with Gwyneth Paltrow and Ethan Hawke.

“I was Mr. On-the-Rise Film Guy,” Sassoon, now 38, recalls.

But the demands of film schedules and festivals, while making him someone to watch in the movie industry, was putting stress on his marriage. He had to make a choice: film or family. He chose family.

The decision drew Sassoon back to the family business, and in no small way. Next year, on Commonwealth Avenue near Boston University, he’ll open the Institute of Hairdesign by Elan Sassoon, slated to be the largest cosmetology school in the world, the first of four across the country. This month, he launches two high-end salons called Mizu, one here with his four business partners  at the posh Mandarin Oriental hotel, another in New York on Park Avenue. He’s partnered on a line of spas called Green Tangerine, and rolls out his own product line next year.

Elan Sassoon is not a hairstylist. He’s a businessman, one with a clear motivation for diving back into the industry he grew up with. He’s determined to expand upon his father’s vision – a vision that changed the beauty industry and the salon world, a vision that Vidal Sasson created, nurtured, and then, in 1983, sold for tens of millions of dollars, losing control of his name in the process.

“My dad didn’t really want to sell in the first place, and it’s something that he always regretted,” Sassoon says. “I want to finish what he started.”

A cut above
Vidal Sassoon built an empire based on his famed geometric cuts and the omnipresent catchphrase “If you don’t look good, we don’t look good.” In the 1960s, Vidal ran in the same celebrated, swinging London circles as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.

In 1968, Vidal Sassoon was paid $5,000 to cut Mia Farrow’s hair on the set of “Rosemary’s Baby” while dozens of photographers captured the moment. Her pixie cut became as emblematic of the era as miniskirts and bell-bottoms. Sassoon’s haircuts were so influential during this period that the designer Mary Quant declared him “the Chanel of hair.” The first celebrity hairstylist, he had his own TV show in the 1980s, “Your New Day.”

The younger Sassoon says he’s building his brand through business acumen. But it doesn’t hurt that he has the most recognized last name in the salon business and grew up immersed in the culture. His father regularly pulled him out of school to travel to international salons and fashion shows.

“I learned a lot about that world because it was all around me, and it was great,” Elan says over a cup of English breakfast tea at the Bristol Lounge last week. “But it wasn’t where I thought I would end up.”

With a laid-back California lilt to his speech and shoulder-length auburn hair, Elan grew up in a world of bigger-than-life Hollywood parties and celebrity classmates in Beverly Hills. While his sisters loved the glamour of a splashy entrance, the shy Elan and his younger brother would avoid the red carpet and slip into events through the back door.

His mother is actress Beverly Sassoon (nee Adams), best known for her recurring role as Lovey Kravezit in the Matt Helm series of films with Dean Martin. After his parents divorced in 1980, Elan lived with both parents, but he was so shy that even his mother’s celebrity boyfriends couldn’t draw him out of his shell.

“My mom was dating Erik Estrada for a while, and he would pick me up from school on his ‘CHiPs‘ motorcycle,” Sassoon says of the ’70s TV heartthrob. “I was so embarrassed I would tell him to park a few blocks away and I would get on there so the other kids didn’t see me.”

Childhood friend Jason Goldberg, who formed Katalyst Media with Ashton Kutcher and produced “Punk’d” and “Beauty and the Geek,” says even though Elan grew up surrounded by decadence, he’s always been remarkably grounded.

“Even when he was a kid, he wasn’t fazed by any of it,” Goldberg says on the phone from Los Angeles. “Here was a guy who always had a good head on his shoulders. He has the business sense and the level of style and taste to pull off just about anything.”

The one business venture Elan couldn’t pull off was the one closest to his heart. In 2002, he tried to buy back his father’s beauty schools and hair salons. Shortly after his parents’ divorce, his father sold his line of hair products to Richardson-Vicks (later acquired by Procter & Gamble) and the salons and beauty schools to his three top salon managers. The way Elan tells it, his father did not want to sell when Richardson-Vicks made its $125 million offer, but he was outvoted by his shareholders. More than two decades later, Elan Sassoon secured financing to buy back the Vidal Sassoon salons and schools, and worked out an agreement with P&G, which owns the Vidal Sassoon name. But his offer was rejected. The salons were sold to the Regis Corp.

“That took six months of my life to plan and put together,” Elan says, still stung by the loss. “It was a pretty big blow when it was sold to Regis.”

He decided then that if he couldn’t buy back the salons and schools his father started, he’d open his own.

What price beauty?
Elan Sassoon’s state-of-the-art school – with tuition of $19,500 a year – will be one of the priciest beauty academies in the country, and only the second with on-campus housing. The 600 students will also undergo more hours of training than any other Massachusetts cosmetology school. Sassoon says his students will graduate with a far broader knowledge of hair cutting and styling, a concept that other salon owners in Boston applaud.

“They are trained to do the basics,” says Serge Safar, owner of Safar Coiffure on Newbury Street, of the students coming out of beauty schools. “But we end up having to train them another year or two before we can put them on the floor. A more complete education would be a huge benefit.”

Sassoon says he’s commissioning new textbooks that will provide a history of beauty. He’s bringing in experts such as Patrick McGinley, who worked as creative director at the Vidal Sassoon salon on Newbury Street, to craft a curriculum.

But one person who will not be teaching at the academy is Vidal Sassoon himself, now 80. When he sold his name, products, and schools, he signed agreements not to re-enter the beauty world. But he has little doubt that his son’s plans will succeed.

“He’s teaching the old man a thing or two,” the elder Sassoon says on the phone from his home in London. “Hair styling has always been a very exciting world. I wasn’t exactly quiet. I guess he saw what was going on and thought, ‘I can do better than him.’ And I honestly think he will.

“I mean, his whole marvelous idea of adding rooms for people to stay while they’re at school – that was his original idea. I never thought of that. We had schools and never did that. He’s a thinker and a visionary. I’m more than pleased.”

Choosing Boston
The decision to locate the academy in Boston was based, in part, on the city’s strong emphasis on education and its large student population. Elan Sassoon was born in New York, grew up in LA, and spent a year at Berkshire Academy.

But Boston became central to Elan’s world for another reason. In January 2007, his wife of 14 years, Adriana, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. A former ELITE model in her native Brazil, Adriana endured a frustrating series of biopsies in Miami, where the family was living. In search of the best care, Adriana quickly moved to Boston for treatment. Elan and their two children followed that May. The family lives in Chestnut Hill. Adriana recently celebrated her first cancer-free year.

Boston appears to be a good fit for Sassoon, who confesses that he’s far more traditional and strict than his parents when it comes to marriage and family. He was married at the age of 24 and after seeing the result of divorce growing up, his priority is making his marriage work.

“It wasn’t a good situation,” he says of the years after his parents’ divorce. “The boyfriends and the girlfriends and all these people coming into the picture. It’s nice today because I’m still friends with a lot of them. My mom went out with Senator Bill Cohen for three years, he was the secretary of defense. And we’re still friendly.”

Over lemon chicken at P.F. Chang’s a few days later, Sassoon tells stories of a recent New York City media blitz, where magazines such as Men’s Vogue and Details met with him for upcoming feature stories on the low-key and charismatic man and his budding hair empire.

“It’s a little different these days from when I was a kid,” he says. “I think I’ve definitely gotten over my shyness and fear of the red carpet. I kind of enjoy it now.”

Christopher Muther can be reached at muther@globe.com

Elan Sassoon, owner of Mizu Salon
The son of legendary hairstylist Vidal, Elan Sassoon this month unveils Mizu, a 3,300-square-foot salon on the Mandarin’s second floor. The Asian-inspired hotel, he says, allowed him to eschew typical salon amenities in favor of a “high-tech Zen” vibe with white Italian furniture, gold folding screens, and iPods on which clients can watch movies. Sassoon applies the same level of perfectionism in selecting his staff: All 30 Mizu stylists, who offer cuts starting at $125 and single-process color beginning at $70, have been handpicked from the city’s top salons.                  617-585-6408          ,

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Mudança, libertação, a carta  índica uma forte necessidade de romper com uma limitação da realidade material.  Quando a receber, vc deve se preparar para enfrentar uma perda ou um prejuízo. Vc pode  desencadear seus planos, pois esta carta também é a carta de despertar, e poderá assumir a forma que melhor atender aos seus interesses: vc é quem dirige os acontecimentos. Desde que decida o que realmente vc quer.

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Pense: sinais, mensagens, presentes. Um sinal  na hora certa também pode ser considerada como um presente. Quando sai esta carta, a pessoa está abençoada, novas vidas começam com novas ligações, conexões surpreendente que levam aos caminhos novos. Esta carta traz um novo sentido de solidariedade e  de integrar os motivos inconscientes. Tb diz que chegou a hora de explorar as profundezas, os fundamentos da vida. Só então haverá o bastante para dar aos outros, mude alguns hábitos, não acenda os agradecimentos em casa, procure uma igreja, assim vc tb estará protegendo uma pessoa que esta com muito medo e que sempre sofre, e vc não esta percebendo.  Vc afastara somente o que não for conviniente, sua proteção estara com vc sempre.