Monsieur Champagne was the first celebrity coiffeur for whom the term was first coined in France in 1663, shortly after his death. His aristocratic clients included Princess Marie de Gonzague. He was the title character in the comedy Champagne le coiffeur which was staged at the Théâtre du Marais.
- Joan DeJean (2005), "The Rules of Celebrity Hairdressers", The Essence of Style: How the French Invented High Fashion, Fine Food, Chic Cafes, Style, Sophistication, and Glamour, Simon and Schuster, pp. 21 et seq., ISBN 9780743264136
- Victoria Sherrow (2006), Encyclopedia of Hair: A Cultural History, Greenwood Publishing Group, pp. 163–166, ISBN 9780313331459
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