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  • Posted on April 26, 2010 by Wig Expert

    In the May 2010 issue of Vogue magazine, world-renowned photographer Steven Meisel exquisitely captured model and actress Amber Valletta in an editorial shoot titled ‘Lady Day’. This photo story featured Valletta in gorgeous garments by luxury designers such as Lanvin, Chanel, Balenciaga and Yves Saint Laurent to name a few. Meisel and fashion editor Grace Coddington illustrate how quickly one can change up their look by topping each clothing ensemble with a different fashion wig:





    As Vogue says, “The philanthropists-who-lunch look has a new relevance and youth – a gutsy alternative to all the minis and maxis crowding sidewalks...” We love that Coddington and Meisel are not afraid to use wigs and play with color, style - putting a modern twist on retro glam.
    Visit Wigs.com to change up your look instantly with wigs!


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  • Posted on March 31, 2010 by Wig Expert

    Louis Vuitton took hair to new heights at Paris Fashion Week which took place this month in the fashion capital.

    The models wore oversized afro wigs to strut the catwalk this season. The afro wigs featured an assortment of natural colors – brunette, blonde, black and red – and were often embellished with a bow. The fresh, bright pastel garments for spring paired sweetly with the afro wigs for an overall whimsical silhouette.



    The combination of Louis Vuitton handbags, Marc Jacobs’ designs, and fun afro costume wigs allowed this high-fashion look to make a memorable statement!
    We love that wigs are becoming a staple on runways and in the fashion world. To try your hand at huge hair, visit Wgs.com here. Louis Vuitton model or not, afro wigs are super-fun and superfly!

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