Lois Broderick, Hamptons Celebrity Stylist

Reprinted from Long Island Fashion Week 

Lois Broderick, the colorist and stylist at The Salon Bar in East Hampton, New York, hails from Manhattan, where she was an integral part of the cities underground Punk movement.

Many nights you could find Lois at famous hotspots such as CBGB’s, Mudd Club, Danceteria, and Club 82, where she rubbed shoulders with the likes of Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Kenny Scharf and Madonna.
She was close friends with Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Victor Hugo, with whom she attended many premiers, sometimes standing in for the designer Halston when he was unavailable.

At the age of sixteen, after being trained by the Mods from London at La Coupe, under the direction of Peter Greene and Charles Booth, Lois began working at Vidal Sassoon on Madison Avenue, the hottest salon in New York City. Two years later she landed a photo shoot for Vogue, featuring advertisements for Bloomingdales, becoming the youngest stylist ever published.
While at Vidal Sassoon Lois created her own fashion show, incorporating spandex dresses from the renowned Punk designer Natasha NYC, paired with shoes from Patricia Field.

She then began to collaborate with the art director of Vidal Sassoon, Graham Webb, while styling for Oscar de la Renta, Perry Ellis, Betsy Johnson, and Tony Chase, with his special guest Chaka Kahn.

After eight years in the limelight, garnering the attention of the top people in the field, Lois moved to Soho where she began working at Girl Loves Boy, catering to an exclusive set of musicians and Punk rock stars.

Her clientele included, but was not limited to, INXS, The Bangles, Bryan Ferry, Lou Reed, U2, The Gypsy Kings, Iggy Pop, and The Psychedelic Furs. As word spread, she began to tour with several groups and stars in the music business. She became the personal stylist to the daughter of Rita Hayworth, Princess Ali Kahn, whose friends, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill III had the pleasure of Lois’s talent as well.

After eight years in the limelight, garnering the attention of the top people in the field, Lois moved to Soho where she began working at Girl Loves Boy, catering to an exclusive set of musicians and Punk rock stars.

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 Her clientele included, but was not limited to, INXS, The Bangles, Bryan Ferry, Lou Reed, U2, The Gypsy Kings, Iggy Pop, and The Psychedelic Furs. As word spread, she began to tour with several groups and stars in the music business. She became the personal stylist to the daughter of Rita Hayworth, Princess Ali Kahn, whose friends, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill III had the pleasure of Lois’s talent as well

  With an incredible eye for detail, Lois is on top of the latest styles. At this time, she is doing make up for photo shoots and film only. You can find Lois at The Salon Bar in East Hampton where she is specializing in color and cuts.

Lois also is co hosting Firewire TV featuring musicians from all genre airplaying on LTV on the East End of Long Island as well as promoting for Flicknife Records out of London.

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Lois Broderick, the colorist and stylist in East Hampton, New York, hails from Manhattan, where she was an integral part of the cities underground Punk movement.

Many nights you could find Lois at famous hotspots such as CBGB’s, Mudd Club, Danceteria, and Club 82, where she rubbed shoulders with the likes of Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Kenny Scharf and Madonna.

She was close friends with Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Victor Hugo, with whom she attended many premiers, sometimes standing in for the designer Halston when he was unavailable.

At the age of sixteen, after being trained by the Mods from London at La Coupe, under the direction of Charles Booth, Lois began working at Vidal Sassoon on Madison Avenue, the hottest salon in New York City. Two years later she landed a photo shoot for Vogue, featuring advertisements for Bloomingdales, becoming the youngest stylist ever published.

While at Vidal Sassoon Lois created her own fashion show, incorporating spandex dresses from the renowned Punk designer Natasha NYC, paired with shoes from Patricia Field.

She then began to collaborate with the art director of Vidal Sassoon, Graham Webb, while styling for Oscar de la Renta, Perry Ellis, Betsy Johnson, and Tony Chase, with his special guest Chaka Kahn.

After eight years in the limelight, garnering the attention of the top people in the field, Lois moved to Soho where she began working at Girl Loves Boy, catering to an exclusive set of musicians and Punk rock stars.

Her clientele included, but was not limited to, INXS, The Bangles, Bryan Ferry, Lou Reed, U2, The Gypsy Kings, Iggy Pop, and The Psychedelic Furs. 

As word spread, she began to tour with several groups and stars in the music business. She became the personal stylist to the daughter of Rita Hayworth, Princess Ali Kahn, whose friends, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill III had the pleasure of Lois’s talent as well.

After moving to the East End of Long Island, Lois began working at Echo of East Hampton, where she remained for many years, alongside several of her colleagues from Vidal Sassoon in NYC. There, many artists and writers found their way to her chair. Lois won a hair color entry for Goldwell Color, beating out 7,000 participants, and was featured in the Goldwell Book as well as Allure and Seventeen magazines.

With an incredible eye for detail, Lois is on top of the latest styles

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