BEAUTY SCOOP: Erin Fetherston on “the art of bangs”

22 July 2010

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At a dinner hosted by Juicy Couture, Erin Fetherston discussed her new collection for Juicy which, fyi, will be shown at New York fashion week on September 12th.  Speaking of the yet-to-be-unveiled collection, "I think the girl who has always loved Juicy is going to love it. I think people who maybe haven't been following Juicy are going to love it. I think Erin Fetherston girls are going to love it." That’s a lot of love! Plus, get excited because those ubiquitous juicy tracksuits will be back. "I have been working on tracksuit designs. They're really amazing and beautiful," she says.

What most-gripped the bloggers at the dinner however, was the lovely lady’s famous bangs...  Luckily, for them (and us!), Fetherston divulged: ‘Most of you know I lived in Paris. When I lived there, a man named David Mallett cut my hair. He told me, 'If we're going to have a relationship, you have to come every week.' And I went every week, sometimes two times," she says. "He taught me the art of bangs. When I moved to New York, I took the scissors into my own hands, and now I cut other people's bangs."

And the secret to the perfect trim? Start with really straight bangs. "I have a nozzle on my hair dryer with a razor-thin slit. I blow my hair with really hot air, and within two minutes, it's straight. I have a steady hand. You could trim your bangs every single day -- you really could." So get practicing, folks! [Stylist]

- Rose Beer


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