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L’Appartement Hair Boudoir

Born and raised in the South of France, Tiffany Kaljic and her husband Neno Kaljic owned and operated two salons in Cannes in the French Riviera before moving to the U.S. nine years ago to discover the 揂merican Dream. In December 2012,Tiffany, made that dream come true by opening L扐ppartement Hair Boudoir with Neno Kaljic on one of Manhattan抯 most glamorous intersections: the corner of 5th Avenue and 57th Street. We talked to Alex Safdari, the salon's director, about its beautiful design and luxurious history.

How would you describe your salon抯 aesthetic?
The salon has a unique Parisian and Haussmanian design.

What feeling/mood are you trying to convey to your clients?
We want the space to be relaxing and chic with great energy and a high level of professionalism.

What is your salon抯 philosophy?
We desire to bring our customers to their highest expression of beauty, as that is our truest meaning of success.

What was the space before you moved in?
It was the first location of Chanel No. 5 in New York City. It has also housed a Tiffany atelier and Faraone Menella Jewelry.

How does the design reflect the glamorous neighborhood you抮e in?
It represents NYC and 57th and 5th: ultimate luxury.

How does the design reflect YOU?
It's the perfect representation of what we stand for: incredible customer service and making clients feel like they are getting what they pay for.

What抯 your favorite part of the salon?
We love the salon in its entirety. It抯 very baroque with a mixed luxury d閏or. It reflects Paris best.

Do you play music in the salon to help set the mood?
We play relaxing and upbeat music with great essence.

If you could have a fashion designer create uniforms for your salon, who would it be?
Tom Ford

What are customers first reactions when they enter your salon?
Wow.

What is your retail area like? How does the setup help in selling products?
We have an amazing retail space made for luxury products like Oribe. It抯 a large area designed to represent products perfectly and make them easily accessible.

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