Australia’s own and Perth locals Jas Jhally of Jas International and Terrina Brown of Zedz Hair, President and National Fashion Director of Intercoiffure Australia, respectively, were honoured at a three-day Intercoiffure Mondial Conference in Saint Tropez in July.
Speaking to their enormous work and contribution to the Australian sector of Intercoiffure, Terrina was given Knight status, which signifies exceptional service for a minimum of three years. Jas was awarded the prestigious honour of Commander of the Legion of Honour l’Ordre de la Chevalerie, which signifies the status of an existing knight who has made a significant contribution for a further three years or more.
The awards were given at the significant international gala, delivered by Australian member and Grand Cross holder, the institution’s highest Intercoiffure honour, and Chancellor, June Wilde. The conference welcomed 400 Intercoiffure members from 17 countries, with the ceremony followed by a full moon party at the Beach Club Moorea at Pampelonne beach.
“Intercoiffure is an important and long-standing organisation of fellowship, craftsmanship and international exchange and I am so proud to be involved at this level,” Jas said. “It is a remarkable distinction to be made Commander de l’Ordre de la Chevalerie.”
“It’s a wonderful organisation that develops hairdressing both here in Australia and globally through friendship and the exchange of ideas,” Terrina added.
The 2024 conference is set for Spain, before a centenary celebration in 2025 in Hamburg.
Congratulations to Jas and Terrina!
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