Sir Michael Caine and Jeremy Irons were among the stars who turned out to remember the life of legendary hair stylist Vidal Sassoon in London on October 12.
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The veteran hair guru passed away at his home in Los Angeles home in May at the age of 84 following a battle with Leukemia.
A memorial was held at St Paul's Cathedral in the U.K. capital and Sassoon's famous friends and clients flocked to pay tribute to him at the ceremony.
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Caine, who was joined by his wife Shakira, Irons, fashion designer Zandra Rhodes and British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman all turned out to pay their respects.
Caine told reporters, "(It's) a sad day but we get a chance here to celebrate his life."
Sassoon helped revolutionise women's hair in the 1960s by coming up with the 'bob' cut and snipping Mia Farrow's hair into a pixie crop for her film Rosemary's Baby.
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