Internationale des coiffeurs de dames (Intercoiffure Mondial)
Ladies' Hairdressers International
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1925, Hamburg (Germany), as Association Internationale des Maîtres Coiffeurs de Dames. Re-structured 1955, Paris (France). Also known under the acronym ICD.
Promote international hair techniques, fashion, friendship and fraternity to members; assure to the public, the careful vetting of members regarding good hair fashion wherever the 'Intercoiffure' sign is seen.Available with paid subscription only.
Maintains 'Maison des Nations Intercoiffure' and 'Galerie culturelle'. Organizes: World Congresses; a Mondial Performance (annual), always in Paris (France).
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Members in 54 countries
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