Thursday, April 24, 2008
Frédéric Fekkai Cuts Give Back To Greenwich, Ct Community
Fekkai Cut for Charity at Frédéric Fekkai Greenwich Benefitting Bush-Holley Historic Site Education Programs
Frédéric Fekkai will donate 100% of the proceeds from his first five haircuts, $750 each, in his newly opened Greenwich salon on May 19th, 2008 to the Bush-Holley Historic Site Education Programs for Children.
Kicking off with the official salon opening on May 15th and lasting through May 31st, 2008.
Twenty percent of all salon services benefits The Bush-Holley Historic Site Education Programs for Children. Fekkai will do cuts himself on May 19th, donating 100 percent of the proceeds from his first five cuts to the charity. Haircuts with Frédéric Fekkai are $750.
Housed in a former flower shop on the charming, tree-lined Lewis Court, Frédéric Fekkai Greenwich has a sunny, open layout with high ceilings. The 2,100-square-foot salon will feature 10 styling chairs against original exposed brick walls in a warm setting with dark-brown leather lounge seating, soft silk pillows and sophisticated polished-nickel table lamps. As with his salons in New York, Beverly Hills, Palm Beach, and Dallas, Frédéric Fekkai Greenwich will offer hair styling, color, manicure, pedicure, brow grooming and make-up application. The salon will offer extended evening hours, along with special touches like a menu of delicious edibles from nearby restaurant.
Bush-Holley Historic Site Education Programs are designed to expand visitors' understanding of ongoing history through quality programs presented by scholars, artists and community leaders. Each year thousands of students and teachers come to Bush-Holley House, the centerpiece of the historic site on Cos Cob Harbor. Interactive, inquiry-based programs allow students to creatively explore topics and sharpen their critical thinking skills. Programs are designed to complement classroom teaching while providing students and teachers a memorable day full of fun and discovery. Topics include colonial American history, the American Revolution, slavery in the North, the Industrial Age, and the development of American Impressionism. All programs meet state curriculum standards for both Connecticut and New York states.
Monday, May 19, 2008
Call ahead for appointments: 203.861.6700
Frédéric Fekkai Greenwich
2 Lewis Court
Greenwich, CT 06830
Posted by News 24/5 at 5:41 PM