Alessandro Mangerini Salon

MONDAY           9:00AM - 5:00PM
TUESDAY          8:30AM - 7:00PM
WEDNESDAY    8:30AM - 8:00PM
THURSDAY       8:30AM - 9:00PM
FRIDAY              8:30AM - 7:00PM
SATURDAY        8:30AM - 5:00PM
SUNDAY            CLOSED       

At a special rate parking is available at
Icon Garage 767 5th Avenue Entrance on 26 East 59th Street        _______________________________    

The Alessandro Mangerini Salon is perched on top of the Armani store on Madison and 58th Street.

Being the Penthouse of the building, the salon is flooded with natural light thanks to the big skylights and the floor to ceiling glass windows, that opens on the private terrace.

A stylish sanctuary of beauty where wood, stone, and glass are the elements of choice. They reflect the sensitivity for the natural, which embraces the philosophy of its owner. From the moment you walk in you are enveloped in a sense of calm and serenity. I wanted to create a space where all the senses are satisfied what you see, what you smell, what you hear, what you taste and how you feel it is very important to me.

Alessandro Mangerini was raised in Brescia, an elegant town located between Milan and Venice. "I had the best of the world at my finger tips! Growing up I was immensely influenced by my surroundings. I found that my inspirations come from history, art and fashion and all its exaggerations, but I was always drawn to the natural beauty. I tend to gravitate around elegant but simple things."


Art and fashion are the precursors for trends; In my profession trends are important because modernity is an essential part of what we like to wear, but trends do not dictate beauty.  The beauty I am attracted to has always had harmony in its proportions, a natural movement and subtle, natural nuances of color. I believe a good hairstyle
has to embrace the personality of who wears it. It has to compliment not only the facial features but the over all essence of the person.

"It has to elegantly follow a woman's movement, never over powering but framing her natural silhouette."