Jordan Blackmore

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Jordan Blackmore

William Jordan Blackmore (born May 5, 1983) is an American hairdresser and artist in New York City, NY. He is known as a celebrity stylist and, according to W Magazine, his Manhattan salon/gallery is a "hangout for fashion insiders.".[1]

Career[edit]

In 2005, Jordan began his collaboration with Oribe (hairdresser), continuing his mentee relationship until Oribe's death on December 16, 2018.

He has been GQ Magazine's featured "Go to Stylist" in three issues,[2][3][4] and is a contributor to other publications such as Nylon (magazine), Glamour (magazine), Town & Country (magazine), New York (magazine), American Salon, and Details (magazine).

Blackmore collaborated with Nike, Inc. designing a "color way" for the famed Stefan Janoski shoe.[5]

In 2017, Jordan developed S.Oil, an organic serum oil hair care product. By 2018, S.OIL received two awards:

  • “2018 Best Hair Oil” awarded by Oprah Magazine
  • “2018 Best Hair Treatment” awarded by Health Magazine

Education[edit]

Northern Kentucky University, Bradenton Community College, School Hair school 2003 - 2004 studied under Bob Welch

Marriage[edit]

In 2015, Jordan Blackmore married Andi Potamkin,[6] art dealer and heiress to the Potamkin Automotive Group.

Early life[edit]

Grew up on a farm in Kentucky with his parents Pete and Nancy Jordan Blackmore, two older sisters and one older brother. The Blackmore family founded Jane's Saddlebag, a tourist destination in Northern Kentucky rich in local history.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jordan Blackmore: Making The Cut". W Magazine.
  2. ^ "Project Upgrade - The Grown Man's Summer Haircut". GQ Magazine (June 2012): 68.
  3. ^ "Labels We Love feature hair stylist credit". GQ Magazine (August 2012): 24.
  4. ^ "The Suited Man feature hair stylist credit". GQ Magazine (August 2012): 32.
  5. ^ "Northern Kentucky's Jordan Blackmore is in-demand stylist to the stars in his New York City studio". Northern Kentucky Tribune.
  6. ^ "Andi Potamkin & Jordan Blackmore Get Married". Coveteur. Retrieved 11 July 2019.

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