August 28 2014

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In The Thick Of It: Bumble and Bumble’s Thickening Collection Stars In a New Short Film


Bumble and Bumble’s Thickening collection was on heavy rotation backstage this season, where stylists frequently turned to its Thickening Full Form Mousse and Thickening Creme Contour, both of which just hit shelves in March, to achieve piece-y, texturized styles—not to mention height; the towering coifs Jimmy Paul created for Thom Browne, as showcased in our portfolio of the designer’s Fall collection in the new issue of, owe their gravity-defying structure to Bb’s Thickening Dryspun Finish spray, which is due out this July. The versatility of the styling aids, not to mention a wardrobe of Ohne Titel Spring looks, provide the perfect edge of intrigue in Gregory Kohn’s new fashion film, Zoetrope, which makes its premiere here. If model Neelia Moore’s teased-up tresses—as she takes photos, argues with her boyfriend, does an impromptu dance, and stares longingly into the camera—don’t make you want to go big this season, it’s unclear what will.



  1. Jdubz_291 says:

    This is some hot sh*t.

  2. JaneLX says:

    This is beyond inane – an awful, vapid portrait of a narcissistic couple too busy photographing each other to realize their stupid relationship is doomed.

    Not to mention, stylistically a total Mad Men rip off. The model was clearly cast to resemble Megan Draper.

  3. AmySuz says:

    Ten thumbs up!!! Beautiful work, Greg. I’m very proud of you. It does have a Mad Men feel but that’s a good thing. I want that house!!

  4. DdMay says:


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