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Press - Mr. Pinkwhistle

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The New York Times Magazine

Fall, 2010. p. 120

“The store owner get his hair cut at Mr. Pinkwhistle, an intimate salon a few blocks from Downtown. ‘They take their time, so you can relax and shut out the outside world for a while.’”

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inGen Magazine

May, 2010

“Our staff is world class. They have been educated at some of the greatest academies in the world. They are passionate about what they do and are happy to share their sophisticated insights regarding your sense of style.”

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American Way Magazine

February 15, 2008

“Composed of intricate layers that swirl and move, the signature haircuts by salon owner Simon Marc set the ‘chic’ bar high in San Francisco. Clients travel from as far away as Hong Kong for makeovers by Marc in a setting that’s more akin to an art gallery than to a hair lair.”

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San Francisco Chronicle

January 28, 2007. C3

“Simon Marc in his backyard overlooking the ocean at his weekend home”

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The New York Times

July 27, 2006. p. E7

“For Men, a Lesson in Follicular Chemistry. Simon Marc styles Joe Geraghty’s hair at the Mr. Pinkwhistle salon in San Francisco. Using different styling products, Mr. Marc changes Mr. Geraghty’s look from neat to nasty.”

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San Francisco Chronicle

March 12, 2006. p. D7

“Owner Simon Marc might be the most meticulous hairdresser I’ve ever come across – but the results (the most stopped–on–the–street) speak for themselves. Add to that the inviting atmo (cozy and stylish – sans that sterile, attitude–heavy salon feeling) and it’s obvious why I’ve been loyal (and patient!) customer for years.”

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W Magazine

March 12, 2006. p. D7

“In his impressive salon filled with collectible early-20th-century furniture, Marc, 37, is launching a design movement all his own. His graphic trademarks - whether a modernized Dorothy Hamill bob or a cheeky Eighties tail, definitely ‘lean toward the avant garde,’ he says - and that’s exactly what his clientele desires”

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teNeues - San Francisco

2005. p.p. 160–161

“Simon Marc, hairdresser, artist, and collector has transformed his flair and passion into a progressive showcase salon. To maximize the 20-feet ceilings, the sculptor Grant Irish created 12-feet high mirrors that swivel in 360 degrees.”

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7x7 San Francisco

June 2004. p. 77

“Where to pretend you’re in Shampoo? Book a cut or color with the talented (and straight) hunks at Mr. Pinkwhistle.”

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7x7 San Francisco

September 2003. p. 48

“There’s been a lot of hustle and bustle lately with all the new beauty services popping up around town. If you’re of the artistic persuasion, book a visit to Mr. Pinkwhistle, a gallery-like salon with eccentric vintage furniture and 12-foot-tall rotating mirrors, which lend a 360-degree view of the rock-star cuts and color from the international team of stylists.”

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