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David Mallett is bringing his signature brand of Parisian-chic hairdressing to New York.
Mallett, an Australian native whose taxidermy-filled eponymous salon in the Second Arrondissement is something of a fashion insider institution in Paris, is set to open a third location — his first in the U.S. and first outside Paris — on the top floor of Laure Hériard Dubreuil’s The Webster in SoHo, on Oct. 16.
The 1,600-square-foot space will operate as a full-service, eight-chair salon, with color, cutting, styling and treatment services overseen by Mallett himself and staffed by longtime employees of his Paris salons, including two hairdressers, two colorists and a client director. Mallett, who opened his second outpost at The Ritz Paris in 2016, will split his time between New York and Paris going forward.
The salon on the fifth floor of The Webster was designed by French architect Charles Zana to replicate the style of Mallett’s Paris salons, which are inspired by French-style craftsmanship. Lamps, furniture and other decor were custom-made for The Webster by François Pouenat, a fifth-generation French artisan metalworker. In a nod to his native Australia, Mallett partnered with Australia-based Dinosaur Designs’ Louise Olsen on accent pieces. Mallett purposefully to designed the New York space
Eco-chic lipstick line La Bouche Rouge is landing in the U.S. via The Webster.
An exclusive lipstick shade of pink designed by The Webster founder Laure Hériard Dubreuil will debut at the trend-setting Miami-based concept shop’s SoHo location on Monday.
The grapefruit hue matches the pink tones consistent with The Webster’s branding aesthetic and signature pink flamingo-emblazoned logo, but is meant to adjust to the wearer’s pH levels, imparting only a sheer tint on the lips. It was customized using La Bouche Rouge’s patented technology that uses micronized pigments and an artificial-intelligence algorithm to match shades found in objects or photos — including those found on a client’s smartphone.
La Bouche Rouge is a sustainable luxury cosmetics brand founded by L’Oréal veteran Nicolas Gerlier. Paris-based Gerlier launched the line — it now consists of 12 lipsticks — in France in October with the support of LVMH’s cosmetology research division. Formulations are clean, containing no endocrine-disrupting ingredients or allergens, and each tube comes in a refillable, plastic-free capsule made of tanned calfskin leather. Ezra Petronio serves as creative director.
It is not often that Dubreuil stocks a beauty brand in one of her stores. “I like to do it when it has a lot of meaning to
Hearts On Fire diamonds announced on Saturday a collaboration with London-based jeweler Stephen Webster, who will design a high-end, all diamond fashion and bridal collection for the Boston-based brand. The collections, which will be sold in select Hearts On Fire and Stephen Webster retail locations in North America, Europe and Greater China, will retail between $ 10,000 and $ 1 million.
“As the Hearts On Fire brand takes on a stronger global footprint, we recognize the importance of elevating our design offering with greater variety in both high-end fashion and bridal,” said Caryl Capeci, chief marketing officer of Hearts On Fire. “By partnering with world-class jewelry designers such as Stephen Webster, we are able to expand the breadth of design and offer something completely new to our fans.” Said Webster, “Today’s global market place demands creativity and resources. Over the past twenty-five years we have strived to bring creative jewelry to a wider audience. By collaborating with Hearts On Fire we will be able to build on our achievements and be better equipped to expand globally.” The debut collection will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2016.
WEBSTER ON WEBSTER: On the eve of his 16th Couture Jewelry show Stephen Webster put the final touches on his soon to be released autobiographical tome on his life as a jeweler called “Gold Struck”. According to the London Based jeweler he typed all 120,00 words himself sans ghostwriter by single finger typing on an Ipad. The Couture show, which kicked off yesterday, proved to be an apt place for the final fact checking that he and wife Assia have been doing on the book. An impromptu visit from Arman Suciyan, the Turkish jeweler who had been a wax carver for Webster after his schooling in London and whom which the designer helped secure an English passport for, stopped by at a pre-show booth set up. When Webster asked him “When did you start working for me” to which Suciyan answered 1994, the jeweler checked that one off the list. Suciyan isn’t the only jewelry who worked for Webster and who has his own line now, Tomasz Donocik also came up under Webster’s mentoring. The designer’s passion for jewelry was quite happenstance as his stint at Medway College of Design and Technology (Sandra Rhodes is an alumni) led him to jewelry design