Stylists2020-07-31T10:44:40-04:00

STYLISTS


 

MIDTOWN

Martial Vivot – @MartialVivot

Make an appointment with Martial Vivot

Martial Vivot is the owner of Martial Vivot Salon Pour Hommes on West 54th street in Manhattan. Called “the gentleman’s barber for many of the city’s most powerful” by the New York Times, “the best in the city” by GQ, and a “New York City style guru” by Out magazine, Martial Vivot is a world renowned men’s hair stylist and authority on men’s grooming.

Vivot’s career began at age 15 with a rigorous 4 year apprenticeship in France where he was awarded the title of best apprentice by the French hair academy. He moved to London at age 23 to train at the Toni & Guy Academy, and then returned to France to earn his Master’s Degree. Foreseeing the dramatic evolution in men’s grooming that was on the horizon, in the 90’s Vivot became a pioneer in Europe of what would eventually become known as the “metrosexual” approach to men‘s grooming.

In 1999 Vivot moved to New York and very shortly became the stylist of choice for many of Manhattan’s most influential men, and the go-to authority on men’s grooming for magazines like GQ, Vogue Hommes, New York, Cargo, Gotham, and Departures. He also appeared on television shows like Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Good Morning America, and received two New York Magazine Best Of Beauty nods for his straight-razor shave.

Observing the rise of the men’s salon that focused on masculine trappings but had no stylists of note, in July 2008 Vivot launched Salon Pour Hommes, the first men’s salon in New York City to offer the privacy and masculine environs men desire while also offering the same caliber of service the world’s most illustrious women enjoy at the city’s legendary unisex salons. Vivot has since appeared in Morgan Spurlock’s Mansome, the New York Times, GQ, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Details, New York, BlackBook, Robb Report, Manhattan, The Daily News, Gotham, Town & Country, The New York Observer, Time Out New York, and Out.

Losi – @Losigrooming

Make an appointment with Losi

Known in the industry as simply Losi, she is a founding stylist at Salon Pour Hommes; one of the greats in men’s grooming; a peerless force in the world of celebrity and editorial men’s styling; and one of the stylists with the greatest influence on how men wear their hair today. In other words, when it comes to what’s now in men’s hair, the comb stops with Losi.

Losi arrived in New York in the mid ‘80s and collaborated with Oribe while also managing his salons, including his flagship at Elizabeth Arden on Fifth Avenue. Within a few years she became a name on her own as the it stylist for a roster of celebrities, super models, sports figures, leading men, and media moguls that is unrivaled, and today includes powerplayers of all ages such as Kevin Spacey; Liam Neeson; Kevin Connelly; Patrick Wilson; John McEnroe; Matt Dillon; Edgar Bronfman Jr.; Ted Forstmann; Eric Bana; Zachary Quinto; Tom Hanks; Steve Buscemi; Hugh Jackman; Gabriel Aubry; and many others.

Losi is also the most sought after and prolific editorial men’s stylist for gold standard publications such as GQ; Esquire; Vogue; W; Vanity Fair; Interview; Vogue Hommes; T Style; New York; Departures; Details; BlackBook; and Best Life. She is, in addition, the stylist of choice for the editors – such as W Magazine’s Stefano Tonchi and GQ’s Jim Moore – and photographers – such as Richard Phibbs and Stewart Shining – behind the cameras.

Losi’s influence and power in the world of fashion is unquestioned. She has styled for dozens of major ads for fashion houses such as Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren. Losi also helped design the looks for the male super models of the 90s, including Mark Vanderloo, Jason Lewis, and Alex Lundqvist, as well as famously styling the hair of the models at Tom Ford’s first Gucci fashion show in Florence, Italy in 1995.

Known as the genius who can create the look that goes around the world using nothing but her fingertips, the legendary Losi needs no comparison.

Losi’s latest ads for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Kenneth Cole will launch this fall.

Victor Szeto

Make an appointment with Victor Szeto

Called “the one to watch in the world of men’s styling” by Manhattan magazine, Victor Szeto is the one of the hottest young men’s stylist in New York City.

Victor’s enormous popularity with the under 35 set from the worlds of finance, fashion, music and art stems from his ability to create looks that catch the eye at the velvet rope at night, and fly under the radar on the trading floor during the day.

Victor’s agility with and visionary approach to styling men’s hair stems from his insider’s view into his client’s lives, and his world-class education.

With a degree in international business and a successful career in finance under his belt, Victor knows first hand not only the aesthetic conventions so many of his clients must live with at their offices, studios and galleries in SoHo, Midtown, and on Wall Street, but also their desire for red carpet-worthy looks at night clubs in Chelsea, Berlin and Miami.

But it is his training with some of the world’s premiere stylists that gives Victor the technical prowess to make his creative and yet pragmatic visions for his clients come to life. Victor learned classical European hair cutting methods as the first male assistant to the venerable Shin An at Paul Labrecque East in Manhattan. He then traveled to Hong Kong and Tokyo where he learned advanced and innovative Japanese hair texturing techniques, earning him positions in high end salons like Chin G and Toni & Guy, and as a founding stylist at Salon Pour Hommes.

Advancing the very concept of men’s hair with his international, innovative and cultivated skill and vision, Victor does more than the latest looks … he creates what’s next.

Victor Szeto’s work has appeared on runways such as Michael Bastian’s Spring / Summer and Fall / Winter 2012 collections, and in magazines such as Manhattan, Maxim, Out and Milk.

Jerome Obry – @jerome_obry

Make an appointment with Jerome Obry

CONDENAST TRAVELER “A level I haven’t met anywhere in the world”

Co-Owner at Martial Vivot West Village, Jerome partnered with Martial Vivot in 2016 to expand the brand and open their second location.

Jerome has been in the industry for over two decades and has received intensive training from France. He is a rare men’s-only stylist from France who made his name in the industry in Europe. After four years of intense training, and being awarded best men’s haircut three consecutive years at the “Creatives d’Automne” international hairstyling contest, Jerome spent ten years improving his skills in the best men’s salons in the south of France. For ten years afterwards he was the owner of several high profile salons on the French Riviera. Jerome then decided to keep growing and moved to New York in 2011 to manage Julien Farel’s 5th Avenue salon.

MASTER BARBER: Voted #1 in Esquire’s “most luxurious shaves in America” for Martial Vivot’s “The Shave”.

Jerome joined Martial Vivot in 2012 and brought with him, the glamour and sophistication of the French Riviera, along with traditional European techniques and modern vision to men’s hairstyling and facial grooming. He believes in communication and that every haircut should be the result of team work with his clients by understanding their hair needs, daily hair routine, and their hair goals.

Jerome was a regular hairstylist to the professional tennis players for the U.S. Open and his work has appeared numerous times in Esquire, Esquire TV, GQ, Conde Nast Traveler, and FX TV just to name a few. He was also featured in many international publications such as Switzerland’s Agefi Life, Japan’s Bob, and France’s première hair magazine Coiffure de Paris. Jerome is also known in the fashion industry for Michael Bastian’s runways shows and John Varvatos photoshoots.

His practice of music as well as an interest in fashion and the arts in general allows him to combine a versatile approach to the needs of very exclusive clients. Jerome is the #1 choice for international high profile business leaders, executives, and influencers from motion picture and broadway industries.

Katy Walsh – @clippinandsippin

Make an appointment with Katy Walsh

Katy is a licensed master barber, esthetician and professional stylist with years of experience who has chosen to focus solely on men’s grooming.  In addition to men’s haircutting and styling, she is the salon go-to for brow shaping, skin care and on-camera grooming services.  Her background in the Arts; mainly photography, theater, and film, give her an unrivaled ability to see the the whole picture.  She understands how to approach her discipline with an artist’s eye when it comes to cutting and styling your hair.

In 2010 Katy graduated from Vidal Sassoon Academy specializing in Intensive Men’s Cutting and Grooming. Immediately after Katy was asked to join Martial Vivot Salon Pour Hommes in 2011 as Martial’s apprentice and Losi’s on-set assistant. She became a stylist and men’s groomer at the salon the very next year. She specializes in educating her clients not only about their hair but how to get the most out of their texture, length, style, and cultivate a daily routine to any cut and style. From your initial appointment, Katy will listen to you and discuss all things hair.  Her goal is for you to leave with a clear plan for the daily, weekly, or monthly plan in order to achieve the desired hairstyle.

Paired with her keen eye for precision and her masterful approach of using soft texturing and layering, Katy’s techniques will leave your hair easy to manage and grow out at your desired pace. Katy has mastered a unique approach that allows her to ensure she has created the best version of her clients’ selves.

As one of the most sought after stylists in NYC and within the grooming industry Katy’s work has been praised in New York Times, BlackBook, Details, Men’s Health, People, and has been seen on The Oprah Winfrey show, Bloomberg TV, The Style Network, The Food Network, Extra, and the E! Network. She has worked with many designers and for New York fashion week with Tom Ford, Michael Bastin, and Michael Kors. She has also worked on such celebrities as Nathan Lane, John Goodman, Eric Stonestreet, Michael Kors, Matt Dillon, Kevin Bacon, Daniel Huston, and Michael McDonald, Goyte, to name a few.

Oka

Make an appointment with Yusaku Oka

Hailing from Kyoto, Japan, Yusaku Oka began his career as a barber at the age of 15 under the instruction of Matsuo Ichihashi.
By the age of 20, Oka was one of the top stylists at Momotaro Hair Salon in Osaka, Japan, and was eventually promoted to a manager position at Momotaro’s NYC location in 2007 — three years after moving to the United States.
Since moving to the US, Oka has had no issue proving himself.Not only has his work been featured in the Financial Times, but he regularly works with top athletes, celebrities, Japanese governors, ambassadors and CEOs.
In his free time, Oka enjoys landscape photography and music, and his interest in these arts is reflected in his work as a barber.

Daniel – @mensgroomer

Make an appointment with Daniel

Daniel began his career in men’s grooming at the world-renowned Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy in Santa Monica, California. Daniel then moved to Manhattan in 2008 and styled men’s hair at Chelsea’s Antonio Prieto salon.

Daniel joined the one-of-a-kind men’s styling team at Martial Vivot Salon Pour Hommes in Fall of 2012, where he is best known for his versatility, ability to customize looks, and for his skills in creating both classically structured and contemporary deconstructed looks.

Daniel has styled the hair of many music industry performing artists. His work has appeared on many New York and Los Angeles Fashion Week runways, including those for Alexander Wang, Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Petrou\Man, and the Alexander McQueen tribute show.


DOWNTOWN

Martial Vivot – @MartialVivot

Make an appointment with Martial Vivot

Martial Vivot is the owner of Martial Vivot Salon Pour Hommes on West 54th street in Manhattan. Called “the gentleman’s barber for many of the city’s most powerful” by the New York Times, “the best in the city” by GQ, and a “New York City style guru” by Out magazine, Martial Vivot is a world renowned men’s hair stylist and authority on men’s grooming.

Vivot’s career began at age 15 with a rigorous 4 year apprenticeship in France where he was awarded the title of best apprentice by the French hair academy. He moved to London at age 23 to train at the Toni & Guy Academy, and then returned to France to earn his Master’s Degree. Foreseeing the dramatic evolution in men’s grooming that was on the horizon, in the 90’s Vivot became a pioneer in Europe of what would eventually become known as the “metrosexual” approach to men‘s grooming.

In 1999 Vivot moved to New York and very shortly became the stylist of choice for many of Manhattan’s most influential men, and the go-to authority on men’s grooming for magazines like GQ, Vogue Hommes, New York, Cargo, Gotham, and Departures. He also appeared on television shows like Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Good Morning America, and received two New York Magazine Best Of Beauty nods for his straight-razor shave.

Observing the rise of the men’s salon that focused on masculine trappings but had no stylists of note, in July 2008 Vivot launched Salon Pour Hommes, the first men’s salon in New York City to offer the privacy and masculine environs men desire while also offering the same caliber of service the world’s most illustrious women enjoy at the city’s legendary unisex salons. Vivot has since appeared in Morgan Spurlock’s Mansome, the New York Times, GQ, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Details, New York, BlackBook, Robb Report, Manhattan, The Daily News, Gotham, Town & Country, The New York Observer, Time Out New York, and Out.

Losi – @Losigrooming

Make an appointment with Losi

Known in the industry as simply Losi, she is a founding stylist at Salon Pour Hommes; one of the greats in men’s grooming; a peerless force in the world of celebrity and editorial men’s styling; and one of the stylists with the greatest influence on how men wear their hair today. In other words, when it comes to what’s now in men’s hair, the comb stops with Losi.

Losi arrived in New York in the mid ‘80s and collaborated with Oribe while also managing his salons, including his flagship at Elizabeth Arden on Fifth Avenue. Within a few years she became a name on her own as the it stylist for a roster of celebrities, super models, sports figures, leading men, and media moguls that is unrivaled, and today includes powerplayers of all ages such as Kevin Spacey; Liam Neeson; Kevin Connelly; Patrick Wilson; John McEnroe; Matt Dillon; Edgar Bronfman Jr.; Ted Forstmann; Eric Bana; Zachary Quinto; Tom Hanks; Steve Buscemi; Hugh Jackman; Gabriel Aubry; and many others.

Losi is also the most sought after and prolific editorial men’s stylist for gold standard publications such as GQ; Esquire; Vogue; W; Vanity Fair; Interview; Vogue Hommes; T Style; New York; Departures; Details; BlackBook; and Best Life. She is, in addition, the stylist of choice for the editors – such as W Magazine’s Stefano Tonchi and GQ’s Jim Moore – and photographers – such as Richard Phibbs and Stewart Shining – behind the cameras.

Losi’s influence and power in the world of fashion is unquestioned. She has styled for dozens of major ads for fashion houses such as Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren. Losi also helped design the looks for the male super models of the 90s, including Mark Vanderloo, Jason Lewis, and Alex Lundqvist, as well as famously styling the hair of the models at Tom Ford’s first Gucci fashion show in Florence, Italy in 1995.

Known as the genius who can create the look that goes around the world using nothing but her fingertips, the legendary Losi needs no comparison.

Losi’s latest ads for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Kenneth Cole will launch this fall.

Jerome Obry – @jerome_obry

Make an appointment with Jerome Obry

CONDENAST TRAVELER “A level I haven’t met anywhere in the world”

Co-Owner at Martial Vivot West Village, Jerome partnered with Martial Vivot in 2016 to expand the brand and open their second location.

Jerome has been in the industry for over two decades and has received intensive training from France. He is a rare men’s-only stylist from France who made his name in the industry in Europe. After four years of intense training, and being awarded best men’s haircut three consecutive years at the “Creatives d’Automne” international hairstyling contest, Jerome spent ten years improving his skills in the best men’s salons in the south of France. For ten years afterwards he was the owner of several high profile salons on the French Riviera. Jerome then decided to keep growing and moved to New York in 2011 to manage Julien Farel’s 5th Avenue salon.

MASTER BARBER: Voted #1 in Esquire’s “most luxurious shaves in America” for Martial Vivot’s “The Shave”.

Jerome joined Martial Vivot in 2012 and brought with him, the glamour and sophistication of the French Riviera, along with traditional European techniques and modern vision to men’s hairstyling and facial grooming. He believes in communication and that every haircut should be the result of team work with his clients by understanding their hair needs, daily hair routine, and their hair goals.

Jerome was a regular hairstylist to the professional tennis players for the U.S. Open and his work has appeared numerous times in Esquire, Esquire TV, GQ, Conde Nast Traveler, and FX TV just to name a few. He was also featured in many international publications such as Switzerland’s Agefi Life, Japan’s Bob, and France’s première hair magazine Coiffure de Paris. Jerome is also known in the fashion industry for Michael Bastian’s runways shows and John Varvatos photoshoots.

His practice of music as well as an interest in fashion and the arts in general allows him to combine a versatile approach to the needs of very exclusive clients. Jerome is the #1 choice for international high profile business leaders, executives, and influencers from motion picture and broadway industries.

Oka

Make an appointment with Oka

Hailing from Kyoto, Japan, Yusaku Oka began his career as a barber at the age of 15 under the instruction of Matsuo Ichihashi.
By the age of 20, Oka was one of the top stylists at Momotaro Hair Salon in Osaka, Japan, and was eventually promoted to a manager position at Momotaro’s NYC location in 2007 — three years after moving to the United States.
Since moving to the US, Oka has had no issue proving himself.Not only has his work been featured in the Financial Times, but he regularly works with top athletes, celebrities, Japanese governors, ambassadors and CEOs.
In his free time, Oka enjoys landscape photography and music, and his interest in these arts is reflected in his work as a barber.

Daniel – @mensgroomer

Make an appointment with Daniel

Daniel began his career in men’s grooming at the world-renowned Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy in Santa Monica, California. Daniel then moved to Manhattan in 2008 and styled men’s hair at Chelsea’s Antonio Prieto salon.

Daniel joined the one-of-a-kind men’s styling team at Martial Vivot Salon Pour Hommes in Fall of 2012, where he is best known for his versatility, ability to customize looks, and for his skills in creating both classically structured and contemporary deconstructed looks.

Daniel has styled the hair of many music industry performing artists. His work has appeared on many New York and Los Angeles Fashion Week runways, including those for Alexander Wang, Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Petrou\Man, and the Alexander McQueen tribute show.

J. Clark Walker – @jclarkwalker

Make an appointment with Clark

Clark Walker realized he had a passion for barbering during his college years, and quickly decided to pursue a career in hair styling rather than in the Sciences. He was trained in a traditional barber school where he learned the fundamentals of classic barbering and shaving.

After styling in Salt Lake City, Clark packed up and moved to NYC to find new opportunities and further his career as a hairstylist. Clark began working in one of the recognized barber shops in Manhattan in 2013 and over the course of his three plus years, developed into one of the most versatile barbers in the city.

Clark is known for his natural looking cuts which are on trend, easy to maintain, and compliment each customers lifestyle. Clark truly believes the devil is in the details in each one of his haircuts and prides himself on developing long lasting relationship with every client.

Clark and his work have been featured in magazines such GQ, Details, Business Insider, and many more industry publications. Although his roster of clients include professional athletes, TV / media personalities, and actors, Clark especially enjoys working with everyday guys.

Scotty Trimmier – @trimtrimtrimnyc

Make an appointment with Scotty Trimmier

Scotty Trimmier began his journey into barbering almost a decade ago. He began cutting hair at an art studio in Washington D.C. and was soon receiving praise among the community.

Scotty was then granted the opportunity to apprentice at Hell’s Bottom, noted by Esquire and Men’s Journal Magazine. It was there where he was trained by a traditional Italian barber, honing his skills to perform the best straight razor shave.

Scotty continued to perfect his cutting techniques by studying under several educators from American Crew to Karg. After successfully completing his apprenticeship, Scotty quickly became one of the most sought after barbers in the DC area. His versatility with long layered hair, textured hair, to wearable haircuts, gives him the advantage to create the perfect look for you.

Scotty believes “it’s not what you cut off but what you leave on.”

Stella – @stellasdollhouse

Make an appointment with Stella

Stella began her haircutting career at the age of 18 in Milwaukee, and trained exclusively at a Vidal Sassoon training program. She has been in the hair industry for 20 years.

In 2006 Stella made the decision to move to NYC where she began working at Prive’. Stella became involved with New York Fashion Week shows and did many presentations for editorial publications including Glamour and Italian Vogue. She also worked with celebrities such as Claire Danes, and Maggie Gyllenhaal to name a few. After her time at Prive’ Stella decided to work in a boutique salon in Tribeca to fine tune her art, and gravitate towards the world of men’s hair. She took on a part time position at a Barbershop in Fort Greene for one year, where she realized that cutting men’s hair was her calling. Stella views hair as a sculpture that she builds into a beautiful piece of art using her innate eye for precision and affinity for texture.

Aside from her passion of cutting hair, Stella plays guitar, piano and sings.