What truly separates legendary stylist Edward Tricomi from his peers is his signature
cutting technique. Precision is his trademark, and watching Edward cut hair is much
like watching an artist move his brush. One person who instantly recognized this
unique talent was famed Vogue editor Polly Mellon, who introduced the world to Edward
and was instrumental in jumpstarting his career.
Edward’s work can be seen in magazines around the world including Vogue, French
Vogue and Italian Vogue, and on the runways during New York City’s 7th on 6th Fashion
Week. Recent collaborations have included work with designers such as Badgley Mischka,
Ann Bowen, Rosa Cha and Douglas Hannant just to name a few. He has also shared his
expertise on television shows like The View, Good Morning America, Live with Regis
& Kelly, America’s Next Top Model and most recently on The Style Network.
In 1990, Edward joined forces with renowned colorist Joel Warren and business guru
Roxana Pintilie to launch the first Warren-Tricomi Salon at 57th Street in New York
City. This eclectic hair haven reflects Edward’s exotic travels throughout Europe,
Morocco and the Far East and also captures his colorful personality on each wall.
Since then, Warren-Tricomi salons have opened in Greenwich, Connecticut, Los Angeles,
California, and most recently at The Plaza Hotel. As the new flagship salon, the
6,100 square foot space in New York’s legendary Plaza Hotel is the ultimate testament
to Joel and Edward’s unparalleled position in the industry. With a shared heritage
of superior pampering and subtle sophistication, Warren-Tricomi and The Plaza together
represent the perfect marriage of luxury and style.