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Tomohiro Ohashi

Hair Stylist

biography

Tomohiro Ohashi was born and raised in Tokyo where he
was schooled in the disciplines
of traditional Japanese hairstyling in the city's Ginza area.
Ohashi moved to New York in
the late 80s, where he honed his techniques at the
legendary "La Coupe" salon which
was set up by Sassoon protege, Charles Booth. This was
followed by a position at the
"Pierre Michel" salon, alongside the celebrated Kevin
Mancuso, styling and cutting the
hair of the period's prominent models, musicians and
celebrities, which eventually led to
the start of his career as an editorial stylist.

Almost a decade later, Tomohiro decided to settle in Paris,
as for him it was the ultimate
fashion nucleus, where he found new opportunities which
led to long term collaboration,
with fashion houses such as Maison Martin Margiela for
which ho has been creating the
catwalk looks since 2008 and continuing today.

His signature look is conceptual but consistently beautiful
hair, executed with technical
accuracy to produce an immaculate modern result.

updates

Malgosia by Bryan
Zoo Magazine (Editorial)
published: Spring 2014
photographer: Bryan Adams
Zoo Magazine #42 Covers
Zoo Magazine (Magazine Cover)
published: Spring 2014
ZOO Magazine #42: Malgosia Bela
Zoo Magazine (Editorial)
published: Spring 2014
photographer: Bryan Adams
Midnight in Paris
Vogue Espana (Editorial)
published: December 2013
photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Vogue Espana December 2013 Cover
Vogue Espana (Magazine Cover)
published: December 2013
photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Gemeaux
Numéro (Editorial)
published: November 2013
photographer: Julia Hetta
The Beauties that Inspired the Poet
Vogue Russia (Editorial)
published: November 2013
photographer: Daniel Sannwald
Restraint Elegance for Celine Supplement
Vogue China (Editorial)
published: October 2013
photographer: Benjamin Huseby
L'Effrontee
Numéro (Editorial)
published: October 2013
photographer: Andrea Spotorno
Sur/Real
Double Magazine (Editorial)
season: Fall/Winter 2013
photographer: Julia Hetta