August 19, 2013 (Raleigh, NC) – Editorial stylist and Oribe educator, Adam Livermore, shared his expertise with Samuel Cole Salon. Adam’s styling class featured inspirations from Giorgio Armani’s Prive shows, as well as the Council of Fashion Designers of America runway show.
“There is no one like Adam! He so totally embodies the Oribe brand. It was awesome to have someone of that caliber come in and share his styling genius,” said Samuel Cole Salon stylist, Sara Beard.
Adam Livermore’s Bio
In seven short years, Adam Livermore has become a driving force in the hairdressing industry. After working behind the chair as a master stylist and education director at Spalon Montage in Minneapolis, and as an educator with Wella Professionals and Kevin Murphy, Adam relocated to New York City and began traveling the world as an educator for Oribe Hair Care. Adam now works side by side with Oribe himself at fashion shows in Paris, Milan and New York – and takes that creative vision back to the top salons in North America.
Adam is a competitive stylist, having taken his styles to the North American Hairstyle Awards and the Wella International Trend Vision Awards. He earned the 2007 Wella National Trend Vision Gold Award and went on to compete in the International Trend Vision Awards in Barcelona, where he represented the United States.
When he’s not with clients at Mizu Salon in New York or teaching classes at Oribe salons around the nation, Adam is collaborating with top photographers to create inspiring new imagery. Adam has worked with style icons such as Naomi Campbell, Molly Sims and Cher, and his creative work has been seen in countless magazines, including Vanity Fair, Beauty Launchpad, Modern Salon, American Salon, Creem, Peluquerias International and Twin Cities Luxury and Fashion.