On February 6 2014, It’s a Wig! collaborated with couture jewelry designer Laurel Dewitt to provide hair for her New York Fashion Week runway show featuring her infamous “wearable art” pieces. The show, which featured both male and female models, showcased innovative and beautifully-designed metal dresses, head pieces, tops, bottoms, and her signature couture jewelry pieces. Combined with the bold metallic gold, silvers, and blacks, the collection had a very regal god/goddess feel.
What better way to kick off Mercedes Benz Fashion Week than with Nicholas K and your favorite wig company?On Thursday, Feb 6th 2014, It's a Wig! shared in the fashion glory of the Nicholas K Fall/Winter 2014 runway show. Female models sported It’s a Wig! HH Indian Remi Natural Duby in jet black (color 1) cut into exquisitely shaped bobs.
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As the numbers of females battling Cancer heightens, It’s a Wig continues to put forth an effort to help tackle one of the side effects of Cancer Treatment: Chemotherapy. While under going Chemo treatment, it is expected for females to lose their hair; nonetheless It’s a Wig has partnered with the American Cancer Society to support females and promote self-confidence during their hair loss stage. It’s a Wig, provides Full and Half cap Wigs and Lace Wigs amongst others for consumers.
“American Cancer Society (ACS) has been provided wigs for their cancer patients from it’s a Wig! As being a part of the national wide campaign ‘Look Good Feel Better..’, It’s a Wig! tries to help cancer patients gain their confidence by wearing good wigs. Cancer patients struggling against hair loss received their favorite wigs at no cost. It’s a Wig! Received ‘Community Contribution Awards’ from ACS. It’s a Wig! Has partnered GWB Challenge since 2012 coloring George Washington Bridge by sponsoring color wigs for participants.”
“My character Sparkle has straight hair, so I wore a lot of wigs for the movie. Itwas fun to experiment with different styles…”
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