For the first time since a destructive fire in the Nineties, Bumble and bumble has given its 56th Street location in New York City — which industry sources estimate generates $8 million to $10 million per year — a facelift. The redesign, according to the brand, was inspired in part by its downtown salon, as well as client and stylist research.
“We wanted to improve the client’s experience and journey,” said Peter Lichtenthal, president of Bumble and bumble. “We also want to celebrate the stylists.”
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