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Friday, May 17, 2024

#SalonPeachy #HAIRNOW #EPISODE23 #MoverandShaker #EdwardTricomi Master Stylist, Founder of @WarrenTricomi and Musician, Serial Entrepreneur and Artist Expertly Styles Peachy Deegan at 969 Madison Avenue to Get The Summer Party Started!

Do you think Peachy Deegan just rolls out of bed looking like a Picasso Painting?
Well, she might, but it is 110 percent because Edward Tricomi is the Picasso of hair, and can be credited with her stellar style!
It's not who you know, it's WHOM YOU KNOW and boy do we love knowing Edward Tricomi, and we know him well.  He was first featured as a Mover and Shaker in 2009, and we are honored to continue to work with him.  New York is a transient place and a lot of people come and go, but people in the know KNOW THAT EDWARD TRICOMI IS AN ABSOLUTE LEGEND.  If you are visiting New York, you should book your appointment far in advance because getting a haircut from him ought to be on your life bucket list. 
Of course, pictures speak louder than words.
Here's the finished style, but we'll show you an inside look at how the magic happens.
Edward has an innate vision for how to make YOU look YOUR BEST.
Peachy always jokes in culinary reviews about how she feels a kinship with shrimp: that is right, she is nowhere near being the height of a supermodel but her face looks like she could qualify because of the flattering haircut.  If you are new to us, you should know Edward is particularly legendary for the dry cut.  Here he is in action:
Edward is among the most fun in personality, but we are super serious when it comes to the haircut.
We were happy to see Sarah Mirakova again who did great blow dry work in preparation for Edward's cut. 

A legend in the industry and a legend in New York, Edward Tricomi brings your haircut to your best personal level of beauty.  It's no accident that Peachy is told she looks her best ever ever ever moments after leaving Edward's chair consistently!

Edward Tricomi (see his portfolio here) sets the standard for excellence in hairstyling around the world.  In addition to Episode 23 above, don't miss the other first 22 fantastic episodes below of the best show in hair worldwide!  If you want to live your best hair life, Edward is your stylist!

 And though it's nice to be important and we love to shine the spotlight on the very best, it's more important to be nice and Edward is a class act all around and is someone that truly does know us, as you can see from his Mover and Shaker interview that was published at the very beginning.

  Vera Fedyshyn ALWAYS graciously greets us with a smile; the client service is a signature quality aspect of Warren Tricomi that sets it apart.
You don't have to be a 6 feet to look like a supermodel-just go see Edward. 
Your head and face will look like one with your devastatingly gorgeous new haircut.
The best way to have a perfect hair day is to go see Edward.
No one else has come near us with scissors since 2014 and we continue to be honored.
We have simple taste.
We like the best.
We love Edward.
Peachy's hairstyle for the summer is so bright she needs sunglasses!






Master stylist Edward Tricomi pulsates the energetic spirit of and is the co-founder of Warren Tricomi Salons. For more than 40 years, Edward has worked with some of the world’s most glamorous people. From Arab royalty to A-list celebrities, he performs his infamous high-precision dry cuts for an elite body of clientele, transforming hair that only he can touch, transform, and refine. When Edward does hair, he is an artist moving his brush with the woman as his canvas.

As a young man, Edward started cutting hair as a side gig whilst in a rock band and had a strong vision and a heart full of passion for beauty. At an early age, he immersed and trained himself through music, fashion, and art while simultaneously fueling his innate artistic abilities growing up. Decades later, he is now a world-renowned legendary artist himself.

Working alongside powerful brands and luminaries and simultaneously creating history, while everyone is starting to build their own palace, Edward has already conquered the entire kingdom. An icon amongst icons.

Nearly every major fashion show and high-end editorial shoot; he and his team of highly-trained hair artists have been a part of it. He will continue pushing boundaries and is always one step ahead before any cut, style, or trend emerges.


As first announced on Whom You Know on our 14th birthday January 25, 2023, the world-renowned team debuts a new luxury, technology-forward location that promises an unparalleled experience for the art and science of hair transformation

The industry pioneer of luxury and innovation in hair artistry, Warren Tricomi announces its newest salon on the Upper East Side of New York City. Warren Tricomi Salon, headed by hair tastemaker, Edward Tricomi and business mastermind, Roxana Pintilie, has been setting the golden service and style standard since their first opening in 2008. Catering to a loyal clientele of celebrities, CEOs, influencers and more, the newest salon is set to become a global destination.
Warren Tricomi Salon, Madison Ave.

Located at 969 Madison Avenue, the new Warren Tricomi Salon was envisioned by renowned architecture practice, Atelier NY. The design team expertly combined the salon's concurrent modern, zen, elegant and stimulating ethos and aesthetics. Proudly collaborating with world famous chef and another New York City-based icon, Jean Georges, a custom menu will be offered to guests to enjoy world famous food and drink while receiving their services.

In addition to promising exceptional results, the new Warren Tricomi Salon brings a taste of the future with new state of the art offerings. Specialty created shampoo sinks treat clients lying down to ensure their ultimate comfort. Taking their service experience to the next level, Warren Tricomi is introducing Luna, an AI assistant robot to greet clients, serve food & beverage orders and allow for easy product purchases.

"We are extremely excited to be opening the doors of this incredible new Warren Tricomi Salon location," says Co-Founder and Lead Stylist, Whom You Know Mover and Shaker Since 2009 Edward Tricomi, Official Stylist of Whom You Know Since 2014 and the only one allowed to come near Peachy with scissors! "We are able to offer our clients an opulent experience and premier beauty destination that is truly one of a kind. The innovative technology and bespoke services that we are now able to offer is something I have never seen before in all my years in the industry."

Edward Tricomi's decades of experience with hairstyling has led him to become one of the most trusted names in the industry, celebrated for his infamous, high precision haircuts. This artistry translates into the salons Tricomi has created – sanctuaries of beauty in unique surroundings, built upon great service, transformative haircutting & color with attention to detail. These salons would not be possible without the eyes of master-planner Roxana Pintilie, a powerhouse and driving force behind the Warren Tricomi Salons.

Doors to the new Madison Avenue location are now open and appointments for all services can be made by visiting

About Warren Tricomi:
Since the brand was established in 1989, Warren Tricomi perfects the art and science of absolute hair transformation. Cofounded by Edward Tricomi (Master Stylist) and Roxana Pintilie (Business Magnate), the duo opened its first flagship store in 2008 at the world-renowned New York Plaza. Since its inception, the brand has sprawled into 3 U.S. and 9 international salons, and it continues to thrive and serve as the emblem of legendary status in the beauty industry.

Linda Fargo – “Edward is THE Rock Star of the hair biz. He plays his scissors with as much groove, intuition, precision, finesse and inspired excellence as the Hall of Famer that he is. He created my signature bob and I am his forever!”

Legendary Warren-Tricomi Salons co-founder 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. Decades later, Edward is perhaps the most iconic and influential hair historian of our era.

Working his first New York City salon job in the 1970s (working with the likes of Bianca Jagger and Salvador Dali) inspired in him an ambition to create his own beauty empire. He began doing editorial hairstyling, landing his unique and innovative work on numerous prominent fashion magazine spreads and covers.

Edward achieved the position of Art Director at the Jaxavier Salon, widely considered to be the epicenter of style at the time. There, Edward was introduced to world famous stylist and Vogue editor Polly Mellen, whose profound influence helped propel his career to the next level. Through mutual respect and admiration for each other’s talent and work, Polly booked Edward to collaborate alongside iconic fashion photographers including Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Patrick Demarchelier and Helmut Newton. Edward also met Deborah Turbeville, with whom he began a 40 yearlong professional relationship, each one inspiring and impacting the other’s illustrious career. The transformational artistic integrity, avant-garde travel and art exposure that Edward’s editorial career afforded him continue to inspire him decades later.

Glowing reviews from fashion photographers and a sparkling reputation prompted fashion designers to take note of Tricomi, who soon began styling the looks for fashion shows for brands including Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Emanuel Ungaro, Calvin Klein, Dior and many other top tier designers around the world. Edward’s innate understanding of hair and fashion coupled with his visionary ideas regarding their potential to intersect in order to enhance one another propelled him to the forefront of the industry. Working at strong editorial-based salons helped Edward hone (and eventually perfect) his craft, leading to the development of his signature dry-hair precision technique and rapid-fire method of cutting, which is frequently compared to an artist sketching. It also serves as the inspiration for his loving nickname, “Edward Scissorhands.” This unusual style of cutting mimics the hair’s natural state with ‘perfectly imperfect,’ abstract layers and allows him to see how the cut will look in the hair’s natural state. Edward is known and respected for this intellectualized approach to hair by elevating the process, he is also elevating the result and ability to understand how each haircut needs to be uniquely tailored and designed to suit the individual for whom it is for.
At the top of his game, Edward decided to leave the editorial world and focus on building his namesake salon business. In 1989, opened the first Warren-Tricomi Salon on East 57th Street in New York City. In addition to fashion and music, Edward has a strong passion for architecture his keen artistic eye, understanding of structure, and dedicated passion have lead him to be integral in the design and layout of every single Warren-Tricomi Salon. Each Warren-Tricomi Salon is incredibly unique, with different décor to reflect the location and personality and essence of the city or neighborhood within which it resides. The brand has a rich history of designing and building some of the most unique salons in the world.

Warren-Tricomi prides itself on being more than just a hair and beauty salon. All stylists trained at Warren-Tricomi are required to study and become experts in not only styling, but also fashion history. It is fundamental to the Warren-Tricomi brand that this extensive knowledge and perspective is present in every single haircut given in their salons. Few other salons can also make this claim, in the same way that few other salons are perpetually and actively on the forefront of beauty and fashion in the way Warren-Tricomi has been for the last 25 years. This significance and influence is evident in many facets of Tricomi’s business, one of which is the fact that they do at least three fashion shows each season, all over the world.

Throughout his prolific career Edward has mentored many well-known stylists including Italo Gregorio, Patrick Melville and Ric Popino. He has worked with virtually every celebrity, including Barbara Streisand, Mick Jagger, Nicky and Paris Hilton, the Kardashians, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon. Edward is constantly garnering inspiration from the people he works with: models like Patti Hansen, makeup artists like Pat McGrath and photographers like Roxanne Lowit.
The legacy of Edward and the Warren-Tricomi Salons continue to be a driving force and influential cornerstone of both the beauty and fashion industries. Their cutting-edge techniques, coupled with their deep appreciation and understanding of history and those who have come before and inspired them, enables Edward’s business to be the embodiment of modern fashion and beauty; at once both trendsetting and classic. Yet despite his significant impact and illustrious, celebrated career one esteemed fashion photographer and devoted Warren-Tricomi customer calls Edward a “phenomenon and one of the most talented hair dressers in the world” passionate and devoted beauty pioneer and mogul Edward Tricomi will tell you he’s never worked a day in his life.


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* The Rangers became the first team to advance to the 2024 Conference Finals after overcoming a multi-goal deficit in the third period with the help of Chris Kreider who scored three straight goals, including the series clincher.

* J.T. Miller scored with 33 seconds remaining in regulation – the second-latest go-ahead goal in Canucks postseason history – to move Vancouver within one win of the Conference Finals.

* The Bruins and Avalanche both aim to force a Game 7 in their Second Round series Friday, while the Panthers and Stars take another crack at advancing to the Conference Finals.

With the Hurricanes leading 3-1 and a Game 7 looming, the Rangers staged a thrilling multi-goal, third-period rally to advance to the Eastern Conference Final with the help of Chris Kreider who scored twice to pull his team even before completing his hat trick with the series-clinching goal in the final 4:19 of regulation. New York became the second team in NHL history to overcome a multi-goal, third-period deficit to clinch a series on multiple occasions (also Game 6 of 1940 SCF), following Montreal (5x).

* The Rangers, who now await the winner of the Panthers-Bruins series, became the sixth Presidents’ Trophy winner to advance to the Conference Finals in the past 20 years (since 2004). The others: 2014-15 Rangers, 2012-13 Blackhawks, 2010-11 Canucks, 2007-08 Red Wings and 2006-07 Sabres. Chicago and Detroit are the only clubs that went on to win the Stanley Cup.

* Kreider, who scored all three of his goals in succession in the final frame, became the third player in NHL history to record a third-period hat trick that included a series-clinching goal, joining Jake Guentzel in Game 6 of 2018 First Round and Jack Darragh in Game 5 of 1920 Stanley Cup Final. He also became one of just three players in Rangers history to score three goals in a series-clinching win, following Mike Gartner (Game 5 of 1990 DSF) and Steve Vickers (Game 5 of 1973 QF).

* Kreider became the eighth player in Stanley Cup Playoffs history to record a natural hat trick in the third period of a playoff game, joining Vladimir Tarasenko (Game 5 of 2022 R1), Guentzel (Game 6 of 2018 R1), Darren McCarty (Game 1 of 2002 CF), Mark Messier (Game 6 of 1994 CF), Ray Ferraro (Game 5 of 1993 DSF), Tom Williams (Game 4 of 1974 QF) and Odie Cleghorn (Game 2 of 1919 NHLF). He is also just the third skater in Rangers history with three goals in a single playoff period, alongside legends Messier (P3; Game 6 of 1994 CF) and Wayne Gretzky (P2; Game 4 of 1997 CQF).

Two days after Evan Bouchard scored the winning goal for the Oilers in the dying seconds of Game 4 (59:21), J.T. Miller returned the favor for the Canucks as he netted the decisive marker with 33 seconds remaining in Game 5 to give Vancouver a 3-2 lead in the series. The Canucks moved within one victory of reaching the Conference Finals for the fourth time in franchise history (also 2011, 1994 & 1982).

* Miller’s winner at 59:27 marked the second-latest go-ahead goal in Canucks postseason history, behind Raffi Torres in Game 1 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final (59:41). The only other player to score a winning tally in the final minute of a playoff game for Vancouver: Stan Smyl in Game 3 of the 1983 Division Semifinals (59:03).

* The Oilers-Canucks series marks the first since the 2017 First Round (TOR vs. WSH: 6 GP & BOS vs. OTT: 6 GP) in which the first five games were each decided by a one-goal margin. There have been 33 games decided by a one-goal margin during the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs – the most at this stage of a postseason (65 GP) since 2017 (41/65 GP).



The Bruins and Avalanche look to force a Game 7 in their Second Round series Friday, while the Panthers and Stars take another crack at clinching their second straight Conference Finals appearance. Each contest is available on TNT, Max and truTV in the U.S. as well as on Sportsnet and TVA Sports in Canada.

* David Pastrnak (7-6—13 in 15 GP) potted the overtime clincher in Boston’s most recent potential elimination contest at TD Garden and has seven career goals when facing elimination, which trail only Brad Marchand (10-10—20 in 23 GP), Peter McNab (9-5—14 in 14 GP), Milan Lucic (8-6—14 in 16 GP), Cam Neely (8-1—9 in 12 GP) and Rick Middleton (8-8—16 in 21 GP) for the most in franchise history. The Bruins are looking to force a Game 7 after facing a 3-1 series deficit for the third time in club history, following the 2009 Conference Semifinals and 2008 Conference Quarterfinals.

* Cale Makar (3-5—8 in 9 GP) mustered two of Colorado’s five goals in Game 5 and has eight career points when facing elimination, which is tied with Adam Foote (2-6—8 in 22 GP) for the most in franchise history among defensemen. The Avalanche are aiming to force a Game 7 after facing a 3-1 series deficit for the second time in club history, following the 2020 Second Round against the Stars where current Colorado forward Joel Kiviranta vaulted Dallas to victory via his historic hat trick in the winner-takes-all showdown.

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Thursday, May 16, 2024

#SensationalSalad Continues with Hits By #TheConsulateMidtown @theconsulatenyc 44 West 56th Street Manhattan By Twins #KirilMihajlov and #MetodijaMihajlov

In addition to the four salads on the main menu, Kiril exceeds expectations with the Heirloom Tomato and Watermelon Salad on the Specials Menu!
Founder and Owner Kiril Mihajlov and Peachy Deegan
Don't hate them because they're beautiful: Eat their salads!
Whom You Know is thrilled to continue our coverage of the hottest salads this season exclusively from Peachy's Picks, and today please meet the salads of The Consulate Midtown.
Four salads grace the regular menu and in all four cases we added each of the four protein choices separately: Shrimp, Tuna, Chicken and Salmon.  Note both the tuna and the salmon you can choose the cooking temperature-we chose medium for both- and they stylishly arrive in cast iron on the side.
Let us commence with the majestic Brussels and Kale!  We have always gravitated to its excellence with pecorino and green apples in addition to obviously brussels and kale, and it is even better with Shrimp!  Owner Kiril tells us ALL THE SHRIMP AT THE CONSULATE ARE JUMBO SHRIMP!  Let's get this party started, indeed.  Not even the shrimp are shrimpy here, and they put the salad dressing on the side as requested.  The Consulate at both venues is excellent at attention to detail and they are among the most lauded newcomers to our site since covid.
Leave it to The Consulate to have us work with a Waiter named Cesar for the salad review!
Both Cesar Juca and Gerardo Barona were gracious and attentive servers this visit.
Next, a total classic, which we added chicken to: Cesar!
This was the only salad we wanted dressed.
Romaine lettuce, white anchovies, pecorino, bottarga and croutons amped up the luxury factor and announced this is no ordinary salad.  In every case during this review, the elements of each and every salad were of the utmost freshness and yielded a satisfying crunch of nutrition and deliciousness.  
In this salad column, we are showing you how you can go out and eat in a delicious manner while being healthy too.
Note we never edit pictures.
You rule like The Consulate always does, or we do not publish.
We were pleasantly surprised to befriend a new salad: Heirloom Tomato and Watermelon!
It was on the specials menu, and it also features gorgonzola cheese. Festive and smashing, it is a harbinger of summer weather on your plate.
The Burrata Salad is tough to beat, and you all know we are so devoted to Burrata it has its own column.  The Burrata Salad at The Consulate is defined by cherry tomatoes, pesto, olives, frisee, onions, sumac and has some foccacia sing backup on the side.  In this case, Peachy chose the Salmon to be the highlighted protein and as you can see, pictures speak louder than words.  This kind of salmon quality is superior to most proteins at lesser venues with lesser salads that we don't waste your time with.  Salads at The Consulate are stars that should be getting a casting call from your diet.  Red wine vinegar dressing is on the side.
Finally, pinkies out readers, the Endive salad is the final exquisite jewel in The Consulate salad collection.  Tuna was our opted for protein here, and of course the base is endive.  Creative orange dressing sets off the oranges which have zero white veins in them, expertly presented, and brilliant candied walnuts and sprinkles of gorgonzola seal the deal.

The Consulate Midtown continues to be Highly Recommended by Whom You Know.


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