for the LOVE of LINDSEY… the lost 2010 pics. I couldn’t resist this story (or these sunny pics) of one of our favorite gap-toothed models, LINDSEY WIXSON. We’ve missed her face since her announcement of no more runway last year, and having a throwback in bright colors just gave me happy vibes. We found the FOUND the LINDSEY pics again. Yay.
This story is from a hair creative’s perspective, Damian Monzillo, who put this fab style on Wixson.
“I ran into this crazy cool shoot with a girl who would end up ‘making it.’” – Damian Monzillo
FashionDailyMag exclusive: found LINDSEY WIXSON 2010 pics Photographed by Barry Hollywood, Hair + styling by Damian Monzillo, MUA Wendy Karcher.
photo credit: Barry Hollywood @FashionDailyMag.
Here are the lost (and the FOUND) 2010 Lindsey Wixson pics… fierce at 16!
…As I was looking through my archives recently, “The best shots always come in and out of your book throughout your career… On that day in 2010 I was working with an amazing makeup artist- Wendy Karcher & brilliant Photographer, Barry Hollywood. The girl showed up promptly with her mom and she introduced herself as Lindsey. So, Wendy and I started her with natural hair & makeup as we do with new models.” –
“As an editorial artist, I get to work on a variety of projects from week to week (and year to year) with both established models and fresh face. Going through my archives looking for some hair color ideas and found this old shoot with Lindsey Wixson. It was one of my first shoots after coming back home to NYC after launching my editorial career in LA…
For every shoot, I like to bring a little something special. She happened to have these cool black & yellow polka dot heels. I grabbed the bright yellow wig (Manic Panic hair dye) that I brought & fixed it in a 1960’s pig tails shape. With her natural pouty lips & gorgeous makeup, I knew we’d knock it out! As the shoot progressed, I saw in my minds eye generally what the shoot was going to be…
It was such a fun day…
The shoot ends, the Photographer works on the images and after a little while you get the pictures back. If everything comes together in the best way, they go to the front of your book. Exciting stuff! Then, as work comes in, older shoots fade out…Eventually, the shots leave your book and go into your archives. Years go by and one day your looking for a certain image, not what you had planned on and POP! The image comes right back into your book and even in a magazine. So goes the life and resurrection of an artists images. – Damian Monzillo