The crop is still the hottest cut for the season, but it’s pointless if you don’t know how to style it. This look from David Cotteblanche for René Furterer has a glossy, textured finish with artfully tousled layers and height at the crown that infuse this short cut with an edgy rocker vibe.
The latest video of Guadalupe Pineda featuring her daughter Mariana G. Pineda.
David Cotteblanche of Red Market NYC was honored to create a style for the duo that would embrace the poised and elegant nature of Pieneda and daughter, while maintaining the down to earth nature that allows the vocalists to remain familiar and connected with their audience. This case presented an intriguing challenge for David. Providing not one, but two looks that would softly complement each other rather than compete. The result: a heartfelt duet in voice and style.
Guadalupe Pineda came to be known as one of her native Mexico’s grassroots musical icons. Performing music from all over the Spanish-speaking world for audiences large and small, Pineda built a reputation and fan base, concert by concert, over the course of a career that spanned decades. Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Pineda early on relocated to Mexico City, where she studied sociology and political science before embarking on her career as a vocalist.
On set with celebrity stylist David Cotteblanche demonstrating how beautifully René Furterer works to achieve on-trend styles.
Interview with David Cotteblanche for René Furterer
What are your favorite René Furterer products? Why?
VEGETAL STYLING glossing spray – it creates a wonderful shine and fantastic finishing look without weighing down hair.
VOLUMEA volumizing foam – creates volume and fullness. It is the best blow out product.
KARITÉ intense nourishing conditioning cream – best treatment for very dry hair. Makes hair silky and alive.
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Being a Spokesperson for IZUNAMI hair tools and working on the 2011 René Furterer campaign are my biggest achievements.
Why did you choose René Furterer?
The brand is the top in our market. The plant-derived ingredients provide superb results from treatment to beautiful hair.
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Check out David Cotteblanche and Nickia Chiddick in this video!
Many thanks for all who helped with the shoot.
Hair stylist David Cotteblanche of Red Market recently teamed up with photographer David Bismuth, and makeup artist Dexter Phillip (owner of DEX New York) at Splashlight Studios to launch a video shoot, La Plume, celebrating Red Markets’ new and improved site.
La Plume showcases innovative, high-fashion design in a laid back, approachable atmosphere; the same fusion responsible for the success and notability of the this late night salon.
The Inspiring images and theatrical results of the collaboration between these artists, translates the creative approach that defines Red Market and each stylist contributing to its outstanding performance.
Published in New York Magazine and nymag.com
The recent crop of late-night salons turns insomnia into a beauty proposition. Best among them is this, a bright, 2,400-square-foot loft in a commercial walk-up in the heart of the meatpacking district and all its nightlife. The idea sprang out of the partylike after-hours cuts that stylists David Cotteblanche and Reynald Ricard (both Fekkai alums) once gave in Cotteblanche’s cramped Chelsea apartment. This salon houses eight stylists, a small bar stocked with free Côtes du Rhône, Sauvignon Blanc, and coffee, products by Kérastase and Phyto, and a sound system manned at peak hours by local D.J.’s, so you can get a blow-dry and rock out till 11 p.m.
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Red Market Late Night Salon & Lounge
previously on papermag.com by BY ZANDILE BLAY
Imagine this: it’s been a long day in the office with an equally long night ahead (mercifully, there will be Mojitos involved). You have two hours until your event and desperately need to wash and style your hair for the evening (mercifully, there might be a man involved.) The issue here? Well, it’s 8 p.m and just about every salon in the city of New York is closed. Every one that is, except Red Market.
The breathtaking salon, tucked in the heart of the Meatpacking District, is the first in New York to open exclusively in the evening. From 2 p.m until midnight, clients can stop by at their leisure and sip chilled wine and sparkling water while a handful of the leading stylists in the borough cut, color and coif. At first thought, the concept of a late night space which does double duty as a salon and a lounge makes perfect sense for this city, but it never happened until owners David Cotteblanche and Reynald Ricard put their plans into motion.
The duo met in 1992 while interviewing for stylists positions with a Paris-based, multinational salon. They immediately hit it off as friends, and immediately went their separate paths after being hired: Cotteblanche to Miami, and Riccard to Casablanca. It wasn’t until years later, when they met again as stylists at Frederic Fekkai salon in New York, that the friends decided to strike out on their own.
They debuted Red Market in 2004 to a strong reception. Since then, the duo continue to attract an ever growing cult following. It could be the convenient location, (Gansevoort), the convenient hours, or the uber cool staff. After visiting the space on a recent summer’s day, I’m going to have to chalk it up to, Cotteblanche and Riccard’s good looks, laid back vibe, and monster talent. Visit soon to decide for yourself.
This Meat Packing District spot fits in perfectly with the neighborhood as an ideal place to pop in before heading out for a night on the town. Visit colorist Reynald Ricard, a master in the Balayage Technique for natural looking color that requires much less upkeep than regular highlights.Red Market is located at 32 Gansevort St, 4th Fl. Call 212-929-9600 or visit RedMarketNYC.com for more info.
I just had one of the best haircut experiences of my life, thanks in no small part to the hour at which I was able to make my appointment: 8:00 p.m. Red Market Salon in the meatpacking district of New York City is a late-night beauty destination that caters to the long-hour workforce, as well as hard partying night owls. The loft-like space is run by two Frenchmen, who previously worked at lofty Fekkai salons, and is an easy breath of fresh air with lots of open room to wander, fun red swivel chairs and an open bar that serves complimentary wine. Doors typically open at 2:00 p.m. and don’t close until 11:00 p.m. – or until the last strands have been highlighted and blown. Haircuts hover around $100, highlights around $200, but to me, the comfort of knowing I wasn’t a slave to the bright red clock on their wall was priceless.
For perfect party hair, New Yorkers need not look any further than the Red Market.
Founded by Reynald Ricard and David Cotteblanche who first met at the acclaimed salon Jacques Dessange in Paris and then worked together at Frederic Fekkai (which basically means that they are beyond brilliant with regard to hair), the Red Market salon was conceived after Cotteblanche and Ricard found themselves transforming part of Cotteblanche’s apartment into a make-shift salon in order to accommodate those who were unable (or unwilling) to show their locks some love during regular business hours. And so was born the idea for Red Market…
Catering especially to clients who either can’t get out of the office during regular business hours (and don’t want to give up their few weekend days) or for women looking for a place to get going-out-glam without having their buoyantly blown-out do flattened before their big night out, Red Market is the first full-service hair salon in Manhattan open exclusively in the evening. And, considering it’s location – nestled perfectly in the Meatpacking district – it could not be a more ideal hair-heaven for all your lovely ladies looking to lay back before you let loose.
I arrived at the salon on one of the numerous rainy days last week with hair so overly processed and damaged that it was practically whoring itself out for some loving. And so I met Agatha who offered me a glass of wine, like any upscale “date” would – I mean my hair doesn’t pimp itself out for any old “Jon” bearing conditioner – and lay back for a much-needed deep conditioning hair treatment. With its relaxed, lounge-like atmosphere, with music playing (which gets louder as it gets later), and a fully stocked wine bar for your sipping pleasure, Red Market is the perfect place to stop for pre-party or post-work pampering. Oh and my hair felt and looked freakin’ fantastic when I left – although I have to be honest, I would have probably wanted to go back to Red Market to hang out even if I had walked out hating my do.
While working as a health and beauty writer has its perks (like being able to get your hair done in the middle of a Monday afternoon) I would nevertheless go back the Red Market any day (or night). I am, in fact, even considering throwing a pre-bachelorette party bash for my best friend here (I mean it doesn’t get much better than a pampering pre-party – with free wine – does it?!)