Edward Tricomi is a master celebrity stylist and co-founder of legendary Warren-Tricomi Salons, the ultimate experience in luxury haircare. Edward's unrivaled expertise sets trends and has defined beauty across the globe- just ask George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, and Mick Jagger (just to name a few). Edward has a track record of working with tons of A-List celebrities, and it's no surprise considering his jaw-dropping talent.
When Tim Burton got his hair cut by Edward Tricomi, he was inspired to write the movie "Edward Scissorhands"- and if you've seen the flick, you're familiar with the way Edward Tricomi cuts hair: It's a one-of-a-kind experience with lightning-fast blades and hair flying everywhere.
In addition to his star-studded track record, Edward has worked for years designing hair for fashion shows including Valentino, Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Gianfranco Ferre, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan and Ralph Lauren. It's safe to say he's seen and done it all!
Edward Tricomi is known for demanding excellence in everything he does. Be it hair, fashion, or music – when Tricomi is involved, perfection isn’t just expected: it’s inevitable. The roots (no pun intended) of his renowned career began after a suggestion from his sister that he try cutting hair to supplement his income as a musician.
Growing up, Edward read Vogue religiously, devouring and absorbing the art within it. Moreover, as the grandson of a fashion designer, he was always surrounded and inspired by the world of fashion.
Edward’s high precision dry cuts and Roxana’s industry experience make the Warren-Tricomi Salons a one-stop beauty destination. Collectively, they debuted the first Warren-Tricomi Salon in midtown Manhattan. In 2008, they opened the luxurious Plaza Hotel flagship location and today the thriving empire features 5 U.S. and 9 international salons, each designed uniquely to fit its geographic location with a modern twist.
Warren Tricomi salons are located in New York, Connecticut, California, and Florida, but the man himself can usually be found at the Plaza Hotel location in Manhattan.
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