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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. Read More…

Martial Vivot – @martialvivot
Book: Midtown & Downtown

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. Read More…

Losi – @losigrooming
Book: Midtown & Downtown

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 stylists in New York City. Read More…

Victor Szeto
Book: Midtown

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. Read More…

Jerome Obry – @jerome_obry
Book: Midtown & Downtown

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. Read More…

Katy Walsh – @clippinandsippin
Book: Midtown

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. Read More…

Book: Midtown & Downtown

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. Read More…

Scotty Trimmier – @trimtrimtrimnyc
Book: Downtown

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’. Read More…

Stella – @stellasdollhouse
Book: Downtown


With humble beginnings, Alisanudra grew up in Brooklyn, New York where unique styles and trends are prevalent. Alisaundra was always drawn to where she would encounter notable people from all over the world. As shown by her time as a proficient bartender in reputable bars for over five years, she maintains a natural affinity with people and understands how important it is to have an image of self. Read More…

Alisaundra Pitre – @pitredish_
Book: Downtown

After serving four years in the United States Air Force, Chris moved to New York City to work in the film industry as a producer and set decorator. He observed hair and makeup artists as they transformed actors out of thin air. The idea that a person can become someone different with just a haircut inspired him. Read More…

Chris Ayala – @_allsystemsgo
Book: Downtown

Michelle, a Jersey City native, began her creative career path as a tattoo artist at the age of 18. This is where she realized her true passion for art and that her attention to detail was something that came so naturally. Michelle has the innate ability to bring her client’s visions to fruition. Read More…

Michelle Millen – @junglebunny419
Book: Downtown


Launched in July 2008 by celebrated men’s stylist Martial Vivot, Salon Pour Hommes is the first men’s salon in New York City to have world class stylists on staff, and offer the same caliber of service to men the world’s most illustrious women enjoy at the legendary NYC unisex salons.

Assembled at Salon Pour Hommes are the city’s leaders in the world of men’s hair.  Four-time New York Magazine “Best of Beauty” Winner Martial Vivot, legendary celebrity, and editorial stylist Losi, Manhattan Magazine’s “One to Watch” Victor Szeto, Katy Walsh, Jerome Obry, Daniel Urtiaga, Clark Walker, Oka, Scotty Trimmier, and Stella Winkelmann.

Salon Pour Hommes is situated across the street from the MoMa, on 54th street. The salon was designed by Caroline Bailly and Ron Kopels using the natural elements of metal, wood, and steel.  The vision portrays an oasis of masculine, upscale sophistication. In 2013, Martial along with Losi and Victor launched an all natural and organic grooming collection. The collection includes, Shampoo, Conditioner, Creme, Gel, Paste, and Beard & Face Oil. Martial opened his second salon in October 2017 with business partner, and stylist Jerome Obry in the West Village, located on Hudson Street. 

The gurus of men’s grooming bring unparalleled expertise to Salon Pour Hommes offering decades of experience. The stylists have created trends in men’s hair through the media including, GQ, Esquire, Vanity Fair, Blackbook, and Vogue.  They have also styled some of Hollywood’s finest men including Rob Lowe, Benjamin Walker, Keith Richards, Mark Ronson, and Jake Gyllenhall.