Oribe

Oribe (pronounced OR-bay), Cuban-American born, Oribe Canales, is a "celebrity hairstylist". Oribe's combination of session, celebrity and salon work spans over three decades.

His collaborators include photographers, like Bill King, who introduced him to the fashion editor Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele. There was Irving Penn, Helmut Newton, who shot Cindy Crawford for American Vogue with hair that Oribe did; and others like Richard Avedon, Patrick Demarchelier, Annie Leibovitz, Herb Ritts, Francesco Scavullo, Horst, Craig McDean and Steven Klein. Oribe has worked with creative directors like Fabien Baron and Keesha Keeble; make-up artists like François Nars, Pat McGrath, Kevyn Aucoin and Stephane Marais; and fashion designers like Gianni Versace, a mentor who inspired Oribe’s tattoos, and Karl Lagerfeld, who took the rock and roll hairstylist under his wing. And then there are the models, celebrities and icons - from Beverly Johnson, to Christy Turlington who Oribe appears with in a Vogue spread, to Heidi Klum and Naomi Campbell.

In the last year alone his editorial and campaign work has been seen on the covers and pages of Vogue, Elle, Allure, W, V and Pop.

Read more about Oribe:  1970s - 1980s, 1990s, 2000s

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