Wella Company and Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Museum of Decorative Arts) are joining forces to create an exhibition called Des Cheveux et des Poils (Hair & Hairs).
Scheduled to open on April 5th through September 17th in Paris, the exhibition aims to explore the relationship between the body and fashion, focusing on the history of hairstyles and body grooming. Taking visitors on a journey through 600 works, all made between the 15th century and today, the exhibition will showcase the historical, cultural and personal influence of hair and grooming on physical appearance and societal perception throughout the years.
Among the 600 works presented are highlights from Wella Company’s contributions to the beauty industry, which include the first hair dryers with built-in motors and other archival hair tools, historic marketing materials for products including Wella’s Koleston, which is known as “the first hair colour cream in a tube,” and never-before-seen work by Wella Professionals global creative artist Alexis Ferrer.
For more information on the Des Cheveux et des Poils exhibit, click here.
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