Hillary Clinton Wedding Dress

August 1, 2010 by Post Team 

Hillary Clinton Wedding DressHillary Clinton Wedding Dress, WASHINGTON – As Democratic darlings and Hollywood celebrities primp, preen and puff in anticipation of marriage to Marc Mezvinsky Chelsea Clinton on Saturday, a guest knows exactly what is expected of her. For Isabelle Goetz, the French hairdresser of 39 years who has just bought a Georgetown salon Okyo, the celebration of two days is to ensure MoTB Hillary Rodham Clinton looks great.

“I have an idea in my mind,” Goetz said Clinton’s salon for the day, adding that there is no way that it disclose the details now – not even Secretary of State herself same. “No, no, no. It is too early today. We live day to day. Anyway, it will be the spur of the moment.”

Goetz, designer of Washington’s leading celebrities who also tends the tresses of the likes of Senator John Kerry and Queen Rania of Jordan, when she is in town, moved into his new salon on June 1 the shuttle and its suburbs in Virginia navy blue Vespa LX. First thing most mornings, it is parked outside the house of Clinton since one of its key claims of glory has taken the hair of Hillary to the headlines.

“Somehow with Isabelle’s hair Hillary is a false problem. She found a style that works with it when you do not focus on hair,” said Claire Shipman, senior national correspondent for the program “Good Morning America”, which is also a client.

But the barber was not always so lucky. In 2004, the committee of the presidential campaign of Kerry dodged questions about the campaign for payment and Goetz 1000 to fly to Pittsburgh, where Kerry was appearing on “Meet the Press.” Two years later, the New York Post reported Hillary Clinton in 2500 and spent two months during his campaign for Senate Goetz soft hair. (Goetz and rate starts at 250 for a cut.)

All Goetz says of her homeless clientele is that “I should be able to work anywhere, standing in the halls and sometimes with no time.” She wears a white cotton dress she bought in St. Tropez, where her husband of three years owns the buildings, while a biscuit color, leather bag slung cowgirl-style door on one hip all favorite tools – scissors, combs and brushes.

Bathing her cowgirl image, because in many respects Goetz is a pioneer in the gold rush Washington salon began in the early years. She worked in a salon in her home town of Belfort, France, where she had been cutting hair since the age of 15 years and a half. When she was 21, she decided to go to Paris Hair Salon, where she completed an application for a salon owner in Washington seeking new entrepreneurial talent to meet its growing list of clients. Goetz was one of eight French nationals recruited in 1993 by Sylvain Melloul, who was the owner of Face Express, and has all the United States under the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act.

That same year Bill Clinton bounces the whole concept of celebrity hairstyles in traditional media. On an official trip to Los Angeles, traveling on Air Force One, Clinton delayed traffic at LAX airport for a haircut and 200 apron with Beverly Hills stylist Cristophe celebrities. Supported by the international advertising, Christophe has opened a branch office here. Five years later, hired Christopher Goetz, who first met Clinton when the former first lady turned to face Melloul Express help after a haircut and 275 rounds of Frederic Fekkai sparked renewed bad press.

With all the Sturm und Drang, Goetz has never lost his faith in the value of a good haircut. “Many women, when they watch the news, they inspire you by the hair and fashion,” she said.

Shipman ABC agrees. “I always feel badly for the men when they banged hair,” she said. “On television, male anchors must think if their hair makes them look too stiff and too anchor-y . For women, there has been a long history of being willing to look too big and too plastic, it’s a little more accepted. ”

For many customers, the key to success is its energy Goetz high octane.

“Isabella was this call a tomboy. She hops off his bike when it comes to me for cutting my hair, and she has great presence. I do not think I’m going to a hairdresser to celebrities. His eyes are always feminine , never cry, “said Shipman, who met with his friend Evan Goetz Ryan, a former associate White House, Hillary Clinton, and current assistant to Vice President Joe Biden.

Ryan, who has been going since 1998 Goetz, cites his own experience marriage sporting a cut Isabelle. “At the wedding of my sister, her hair brushing arrested person mid-term review to ask where I got my hair,” she recalls. “It happens all the time.”

Last year, as Goetz began to think about leaving Christopher and opening his own shop, she turned to Hillary Clinton for advice. “She thinks it is important for the country that small businesses succeed,” said Goetz. “She said any questions about my lease and gave me advice on everything.”

As for the wedding of Chelsea Clinton in Rhinebeck, NY, Goetz said she will likely be busy looking after MoTB it will not be able to tend to any of the other guests who are customers – at least that they are in the wedding party.

“Like all marriages, it is a very intense day,” she said. “The wedding day, you must be outside your comfort zone.”

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