full-on "style-nista," whose canvas ranges from hair to fashion to home decor,
Peter Ishkhans embodies a style and aesthetic that has made him the stylist of
choice from Hollywood's hottest stars to rock and roll legends! With a client
roster that includes Eva Mendes, Eva Longoria, Amy Adams, Alyssa Milano and
Benjamin Mackenzie, among others, and began with George Harrison, Bill Wyman,
Billy Idol, Robert Plant, Marianne Faithfull and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of
York, Ishkhans attributes his success to his insistence on always bringing out
the beauty and greatness that lies within. Trained as a portrait artist, he cuts
and styles and is always mindful of balance and form.
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Ishkhans began his career 27 years ago in London and moved to New York in 1988
to work at a top salon on Madison Avenue. With his knowledge of both hair and
products, he was asked to market and sell the salon's Frizz Ease products and
helped make that line a fashion staple for women all around the globe. Ishkhans
was also the top stylist at the salon in Bergdorf Goodman before moving to Los
In October of 2007, Ishkhans opened the Peter Ishkhans at Joseph Martin Salon in
Beverly Hills. A perfect cross between buzz and tranquility, Peter's salon
embraces a community atmosphere that offers a relaxing escape. Soaring ceilings,
illuminating natural light, beautiful wood floors, and a secluded upstairs area
have set an ambience for the ultimate pampering spot.
In addition to his busy schedule at the salon, Ishkhans has been lending his
expertise and cheeky Brit wit to many national TV shows, including the Style
Network's hit series Split Ends. He also cohosted Style's Fashion Police and has
appeared in How Do I Look?, Style Her Famous and more. Other show appearances
include Oprah, America's Top Model, E! Emmy and Oscar Countdown, Extreme
Makeover, E! Fashion Police and TV Candy.
Wednesday, Mar 4 2009 at 3:00 pm - Peter Perfect: A True Work of Art
Bohemian artist Ponti thought he realized his dream when he opened a creative
studio space. But with mounting debts and few customers, his financial future is
a blank canvas.
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