Hair Throne’s Three-Floor ‘Salon Mansion’ Opens on Orchard Street

Posted on: April 18th, 2019 at 5:04 am by

On the throne is now 60 Orchard Street, whose commercial condo unit was heretofore dormant for four years.

Indeed, nothing much happened here since the Poppington gallery, founded by former music mogul Damon Dash, faded in 2015. (City Marshals seized the joint.) There was a brief tease of a laundry startup here, but that seemed to be simply guerrilla marketing.

So, now we have a multilevel salon here called Hair Throne.

The self-described “salon mansion” is the brainchild of Bianca Cox, who created Hair Throne as a fashion destination specifically geared toward the “cool woman.”

Check out the drivel of this Lower East Side newcomer…

When entering Hair Throne, it immediately speaks luxury without the traditions. A blend of concrete and glass throughout this 3,200 square-foot space makes this location the largest in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The salon is upscale, yet very trendy and now. The staff are young and the salon is [sic] ran with a very progressive attitude. Music ranges from Pop, Techno, Reggae, Hip Hop, and Reggaeton, and is usually uncensored. There is no dress code for the staff, making the atmosphere very unique and pleasant due to the freedom the artists have to be themselves. We pride ourselves on modernity, individuality, and art, all while providing professional services.

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