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At the time of his death he had academies in England, the United States and Canada, while initiating plans to open new ones in Germany and China.He died on May 9, 2012 at his home in Bel Air, Los Angeles."New Yorkers.: Name That Goop And Make It Personal".28 Sassoon's 1982 sales of hair products had topped 110 million, with 80 percent of revenues derived in the.
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40 His death was originally reported to be a result of natural causes, 41 and later reported to have been a result of his leukemia.
After selling his company, he then worked towards philanthropic causes such as the Boys Clubs of America and the Performing Arts Council of the Music Center of Los Angeles via his Vidal Sassoon Foundation.
By 2004, it was reported that Sassoon was no longer associated with the brand that bears his name.Los Angeles Police Department spokesman Kevin Maiberger 39 said that when the police arrived at his residence at Mulholland Drive 43 he was already dead.Sassoon in his 2010 autobiography described David, adopted in 1975 at age 3, as an "African-American / Asian boy.32 Personal life edit Sassoon Salon, Leeds Sassoon married his first wife, Elaine Wood, his salon receptionist, in 1956; the marriage ended in 1958.26 In 1983, Richardson-Vicks purchased the Los Angeles-based Vidal Sassoon Inc.Sassoon, Vidal; Sassoon, Beverly (1975).33 His third wife was Jeanette Hartford-Davis, a dressage champion and former fashion model; they married in 1983 and divorced soon after.Vidal Sassoon: The Movie samsung s5 mini offerta How one man changed the world with a pair of scissors.Paul Mitchell, one of his former students.6 His father, Jack Sassoon, was born in Thessaloniki, in the northern part of Greece.The New York Times.Retrieved "Sassoon and P G settle lawsuit".