Celeb Hairstylist Tim Rogers Dies at 51 – WWD

British-born celeb hairstylist Tim Rogers has died after a brief sickness. He was 51 years previous.

Primarily based in New York for a lot of his profession, Rogers labored on the now-closed Garren New York salon earlier than partnering with Sally Hershberger in 2016 to open her eponymous salon on twenty sixth Avenue. Most lately, Rogers had been seeing purchasers at Valery Joseph Salon.

Finest recognized for his structural haircuts, Rogers labored with A-list purchasers together with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Blake Full of life and Roger Federer, additionally crafting style week seems to be for Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui and Badgley Mischka, amongst others.

“Tim was a beneficiant and loving pal, a gifted artist, avid horseman, gardener and a gracious host. His love prolonged past family and friends to his beloved furry companions. His ardour for locating and nurturing new expertise was a testomony to his craft,” mentioned Rogers’ pal, Chris Holdren.

Born in 1972 in Portsmouth, England, Rogers started his training as a hairstylist at Blinkers Hairdressing Academy in Fareham. He continued his coaching and Winchester’s Toni and Man earlier than transferring to the U.S. in 1998, the place he joined Adam Broderick’s salon in Ridgefield, Conn.

In 2012, Rogers was named as Dwelling Proof’s first artistic director, serving to to tell the science-based model’s product growth. Mentioned Dwelling Proof’s former chief government officer, Jill Beraud, on the time: “Tim’s expertise reaches far past styling hair. He has large expertise, technical understanding and actual creativity — he isn’t afraid to take an unconventional strategy to his work. He is filled with new concepts and can deliver one other perspective to our…crew of stylists and magnificence consultants.”

Tim is survived by his mother and father, Ian and Barbara Rogers; his brother, Simon Rogers; sister-in-law, Michelle; nephews Oliver, Isaac, Winston and Charlie, and his canines, Billie, Griffin, Harper and Max, in addition to his horse, Girl Mae.

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