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Dejan Cekanovic is a stylist and hairdresser with a lustrous career. But his work with dolls is what sees him really come alive creatively.

Me and My Dolls

Dejan Cekanovic has worked as a stylist and hairdresser for more than thirty years. He has traveled the world with his work and been featured on Italian Vouge, worked with Linda Evangelista, Madonna and Beyonce. Dejan himself say; ”Sure that was a cool thing to experience, but for me it’s always been about the dolls.”
“With humans I’ve already pushed my creative limits to a potential that I am content with. But with the dolls, no, I’m not even close to done yet.”
Stylist Dejan Cekanovic said that working with dolls helps him make sense of the world we live in. “With humans I’ve already pushed my creative limits to a potential that I am content with. But with the dolls, no, I’m not even close to done yet.” Dejan, of Stockholm, has worked as a stylist and hairdresser for more than thirty years. He has traveled the world with his work and been featured on Italian Vouge, worked with Linda Evangelista, Madonna and Beyonce. Dejan himself says that ‘sure that was a cool thing to experience, but for me it’s always been about the dolls.’

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