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Issue Date: September 2007 Issue


Cleveland Style

The call of Fall From watches to knee-high boots, take a look at what’s hot this season in jewelry and fashion, and check out the salons and spas ready to prep you for fall. 
 
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1. 18-karat gold and stainless steel automatic skeleton chronograph Chronoswiss watch with black leather strap, from Vivid Diamonds and Design in Bay Village, $13,500

2. 14-karat pink-gold necklace with a 2.01-carat center diamond and .45 carats of side diamonds, from Vivid Diamonds and Design in Bay Village, $29,950

3. 18-karat gold and steel reconditioned Rolex wristwatch, from IMG Jewelers in Lyndhurst, $6,400

4. 18-karat white- and yellow-gold custom-made necklace set with a 6.82-carat pink tourmaline and .55 carats of white and yellow diamonds, from Picciones’ at Legacy Village in Lyndhurst, $6,740

5. Solid 18-karat rose-gold case Harry Winston watch with 2.37 carats of diamonds and mother of pearl dial featuring diamond inlayed chronograph dials, from Picciones’ at Legacy Village in Lyndhurst, $33,200

 


NEUTRAL ZONE These upscale urban styles effortlessly come together with splashes of color and a few key pieces — a wide belt and knee-high boots for women and light layering pieces for men.



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1. Multicolor, rolled and polished glass threaded wire necklace by Stella, sold exclusively at In Style Accessories in Hudson, $88

2. 18-karat white-gold Susan N. Blake necklace containing 70 bead and bezel set diamonds, from IMG Jewelers in Lyndhurst, $3,265

3. Custom-made, 18-karat white-gold ring with a special checkerboard cut 2.90-carat pink tourmaline and 1.10-carat round and baguette diamonds, from Picciones’ at Legacy Village in Lyndhurst, $5,190

4. Quartz and turquoise Barbara Bixby ring with .32 carats of diamonds set in sterling silver and 18-karat gold, from Vivid Diamonds and Design in Bay Village, $1,600

5. 18-karat white-gold Barry Kronen ring containing 87 diamonds, from IMG Jewelers in Lyndhurst, $2,750



Charles scottChaz Henline

Charles Scott Salons & Spa
190025 Old Lake Road, Rocky River
(440) 333-7994/ (440) 333-0759

302 Detroit Road, Westlake
(440) 899-1957/(440)930-2957
www.charlesscott.com 

Range of Services: Precision cutting, personalized color, body-enhancing perms, aromatherapy, Japanese hot stone, deep cleansing, microdermabrasion, Somme vitamin infusion treatment, aromatherapy wrap, herbology retexturizer, Siddha body detoxification, detox linen wrap, Dead Sea mud mask, skin toning and renewal treatment, body bronzing, body massage, manicures, pedicures and makeup applications.

What Sets IT Apart: “Our goal is to truly make our clients happy,” Chaz says. “My philosophy has always been that it’s about the client. ... It’s not about us. We have a very nurturing staff. I am proud to say our employees have been with us for a long time. Our organization has been in business for 25 years. It has survived because we manage it like a business. We believe in warmth and friendliness and promote excellent customer service.”

Most Gratifying Part of the Job: “It’s wonderful having clients who have been with us for 20 or more years. We get to know them on a personal level. It says something about our relationships and our synergy. With a new client, it’s the discovery process during the initial consultation that is also very gratifying. It’s great finding challenges that have never been discovered before and working together to change the person’s outlook.”


Monica merengo
Monique Marengo

Marengo Luxury Spa
401 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
(at the Arcade)
(216) 621-4600
www.marengospa.com

Range of Services: Full-service luxury day spa offering European deep cleansing facials and Marengo Anti-aging Facials (perfect for older, sun-damaged and stressed skin), massages, waxing (from eyebrows to bikini and everywhere in between as well as men’s backs), body wraps, manicures, pedicures, haircuts, hairstyling, hair extensions, hair coloring, hair relaxing, makeup and a full range of wedding services including updos for the bride and bridal party and haircuts for the men.
What Sets It Apart: “This is a true luxury spa, not just a hair salon with added services. With a phenomenally talented staff, the superior level of service combined with the luxurious setting provides guests with the ultimate pampering from the minute they enter until the time they leave.” 
Special Offerings: Half- and full-day packages are available for gift-giving and getaways.
Most Gratifying Part of the Job: “Meeting guests and getting to know the staff. The entire staff contributes to the guests’ pampering and enjoyable experience from the minute they enter the spa. By the time they leave, they’re happy, realizing that they have received the utmost care.”  


 

IBI davidIbi David

30590 Center Ridge Road, Westlake
(440) 871-7440
www.ibidavid.com

Range of Services: This is an AVEDA concept salon, using exclusively AVEDA natural products for hair, skin and nails. Skin care offerings for both men and women include hot stone facial massage, revitalization eye zone treatment; vitamin C enhancement, brightening enhancement and intense moisture facials; the AVEDA acne treatment plan (outer peace acne relief facial); body exfoliations and hair removal including sugar, bikini and Brazilian waxing. The salon also offers a full range of hair care options including hair styling, cutting, texturing (full and partial), color and deep root conditioning. Nail services include manicures, pedicures and paraffin treatments for hands and feet. Since only natural products are used, no acrylics or gels are available.

What Sets Them Apart: The salon’s mission is to make its clients feel and look great beyond their expectations. “It’s all about pampering our clients and going above and beyond what is expected,” says David.

 
Most Gratifying Part of the Job: Everyone strives to stay on top of the latest styles, trends and colors and is enthusiastic about introducing them to their clients. In September, design professionals are traveling to London for advanced training to learn the latest trends coming to the United States from Europe.

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