Celebrities filled St Paul's Cathedral to pay tribute to the late hairdresser Vidal Sassoon on Friday.
Stars including Zandra Rhodes, Anish Kapoor, Michael Caine, Nicky Clarke and John Frieda gathered to celebrate the late Sassoon's extraordinary life.
The London-born pioneer, who invented the "bob" hairstyle which epitomised the "swinging sixties", died at his home in Los Angeles in May, aged 84.
Speaking before the service at St Paul's Cathedral, fellow hairdresser John Frieda said: "On a personal level he had so much enthusiasm and he was fascinated by everything that was going on.
"On a professional level I don't think there is anyone in our industry that has achieved what he achieved. He was a man that completely revolutionised the industry in a way no one else ever has."
Sassoon was married four times and was given a CBE in 2009. He revolutionised hairdressing with his free and easy creations.