Lily Allen, England’s pop sensation, goes blonde—really blonde—for the October issue of Elle Magazine. Wearing space-age metallics with a bobbed and blunt cut, she also switches to a black mane in the shoot. Regardless, Lily Allen’s platinum tresses in the Elle spread noticeably resembles what Kate Moss rocked for a shoot in Interview Magazine last year.
As Lily Allen’s platinum new ‘do is somewhat atypical—she usually has a dark mop on her head, similar to that in the Elle editorial—she might be trying to finish what the English model and fashion icon began. That would be seriously jacking up peroxide sales.
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Lily Allen Cops Kate Moss' Interview Mag Look for Elle Cover
1. Blonde Hair Trend - This trend shows that the demand for blonde hair is increasing, suggesting opportunities for hair salons and hair care product manufacturers to cater to this market.
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3. Fashion Magazine Influence - The resemblance between Lily Allen's Elle cover and Kate Moss' Interview Magazine shoot highlights the influence of fashion magazines on popular culture, opening up opportunities for collaborations and cross-promotions.
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