NEWS

THANK YOU FOR COMING TO OUR OPENING RECEPTION PARTY!

-Updated: 06/12/2019

We had a great kick-start at the opening reception on June 1st. It was such a blast and we feel very thankful to all of people who came out to the party and celebrated our opening with us! Here’s some party snaps, enjoy! :) This is just a beginning…

Special Thanks for these amazing photos, Jeffery Man!!


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THREE DEGREES SALON x Brick Thana x Derek Siyarngnork Opening Reception Updated: 05/23/2019

We are celebrating our new hair salon's opening collaborated with our dear friends Brick Thana and Derek Siyarngnork.

The concept of “3 degrees” is our spin on the idea of “6 degrees of separation,” which states that any person can be connected to anyone else on the planet through a chain of six or fewer social connections. We believe in the power of this chain of amicable-connections and the unlimited potential that it holds. We hope our salon will become a hub that generates its own culture through our community!

Date: June 1st (Salon's Grand Opening on June 2)

Time: 6 pm - 10 pm (Film screening : 7pm and 8:30pm)

At: THREE DEGREES SALON / 204 East 6th Street, New York NY

With:

  • Brick Thana (Photographer)

  • Derek Siyarngnork (Videographer)

Special Thanks:

  • Japanese Wagashi by Miyuki Hyodo

  • Drinks by Carlos Martinez

  • Music by DJ Lea / Muzikman Edition / Evan Boyd

We welcome everyone to enjoy our party!

Please make sure to do a RSVP individually as we have a limited capacity and would love to prepare enough drinks for everyone.


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GRAND OPENING: Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 Updated: 05/22/2019

THREE DEGREES SALON, a new creative hair studio, will open its door this Sunday in the East Village. The salon is headed by Kei Hirata, an established top Japanese stylist whose career spans New York, Tokyo and Vancouver. Located in a vibrant community with The Cooper Union and The Standard Hotel nearby, Three Degrees is a salon that features the talents of Kei and other skilled Japanese stylists. The theme of its interior is Modern Park - exampled by The High Line and Venice Beach - open to all kinds of people and dedicated to providing comfort for all.