Ladies your hair may be your crown and glory, and on your wedding day the last thing you want to worry about is “how does my hair look?”
Well, your hair stylist can definitely design the greatest of vision when it comes to your hairstyle. But ask any reputable stylists and they will tell you outside of having healthy hair, a piece of accessory can really make a powerful statement.
So ladies we caught up with one of the industry’s brightest Anthony Maxwell, one of the dynamic duo of Pin Ups, the elegantly designed hair accessories collection that is the craze of the year in the world of fashion.
While Anthony Maxwell makes up one part of the company, David Von Kittelberger also plays an integral role in the brand. The bridal collection consists of veils, accessories, and hats. This past bridal season the collection debut their ’40 and ’50 Pin Up Glamor with a modern day sex appeal. The collection goes beyond the traditional white pieces, as certain pieces were designed in color to go beyond the wedding day.
But make no mistake this is not just another want-to-be design team trying to enter the bridal market. They have a history of dressing some of the world’s most influential women in fashion that pride themselves on making a statement. Teaming up with David Von Kittelberger was one of the most brilliant move this bright eyed artist could have done. Kittelberger has been known for his unique aesthetic and attention to details; his successful career path started at the legendary Bergdorf Goodman and Hollywood greats Kate Bosworth, Beyoncé, and Kim Kardashian.
Anthony Maxwell’s hats and accessories talent stands on its own, and his work of art has been featured in W magazine as well as American, Japanese and Italian Vogue. Photographed by legendary fashion photographers Bruce Weber and Steven Meisel among others, celebrity clients include Kirsten Dunst, Beyoncé, Anjelica Huston, Cedric the Entertainer and Yoko Ono, to do some more name dropping. The 1st milliner to showcase at Mer cedes-Benz Fashion Week Accessories Exhibit along with his first millinery collection that debuted at Bergdorf Goodman with a successful sale through rate of 77.8% for five seasons.
With status like this, ladies, I suggest you run not walk to one of the many famous boutiques that carry these collection of hats. Anthony Maxwell, bravo for a grand move. We look forward to seeing many more of your fabulous creations.
Pin Ups can be found at Henri Bendel in New York City.
Over the past several years, Myrdith Leon-McCormack has evolved from one of the nation’s most successful Celebrity Manicurist, represented by Factory Downtown, to one of the most sought after branding experts with her firm MLM Represents and as a Huffington Post blogger.
Leon-McCormack, founder of MLM Represents, oversees all practice areas and is involved in providing strategic direction to select clients. Her particular area of expertise is advising clients on how to best leverage their brand as an asset to serve as a powerful leadership tool and drive business performance.
Leon-McCormack’s innovative strategies to connect consumers more effectively by associating them with the world’s most influential celebrities, musicians, arts, film and personalities has been part of her incredible success to collaborating with some of the industry’s most influential people in the world of the arts, music, and film. MLM Represents client list includes: Isaiah Washington, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Lois Samuels–the Vessel, and Justin Davis. Her new business has afforded her the opportunity to travel the world to great countries such as Egypt, Qatar, Dubai, London, France, Ireland, to name a few.
Leon-McCormack’s creative vision and strong knowledge of the entertainment and arts has created yet another venture with the weekly radio show, Keep It Moving w/Marsha Jews on WEAA 88.9 FM, a national public radio station, as Executive Entertainment Producer.
As the Editorial Director of World Bride Magazine, she drives the magazine into the 21st century where visions of people of color are seen in a more positive and progressive direction.