Rheanne White

"Changing the hair within the limits of comfort, is a vital expression of who you are.

Its about growth in your life"

-Rheanne White



Working with the principle that hair is the ultimate accessory, Rheanne White has fine-tuned her abilities to make every style she executes unique to the individual.  She notes, "I feel that changing the hair often, within the limits of comfort, is a vital expression of who you are at the time; it’s about growth in your life.”  Raised in Georgia and Michigan, Rheanne began her career styling hair in a salon, but it was not long before she was introduced to the New York fashion world and decided to embark on what has proven to be a successful freelance career.  

Movement and freedom for the hair is Rheanne’s personal philosophy and is infused in all aspects of her eponymous salon.  The open concept, clean lines and state-of-the-art lighting design fosters both a sense of intimacy and collaboration.  Based on her philosophy and commitment to a full service experience from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, Rheanne has hand selected a team of stylists with both freelance and fashion backgrounds capitalizing on their styling and creative experience to create the ultimate cut or color.  

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With a career that started with cutting his friends’ hair in his parents’  garage, it wasn’t long before Aaron became known as one of New York’s finest when it comes to hair. His eye for hairdressing and personal style has attracted even the most fashion forward clients. A natural born educator, he has created salon education programs, passing on his skills and techniques to up-and-coming artists.
Rooted in a vision of the future of beauty
Everyday short cuts for men and women, and timeless, beautiful  runway looks inspired by fashion’s top designers
“You’re only as good as your last haircut.”
Select Celebrity Clients:
Jared Leto, Jewel, Peter Gallagher, Marlo Thomas
Select Runway Work:
Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, Carolina Herrera, Dolce and Gabana, Oscar de la Renta, Opening Ceremony

 Aaron: http://www.aarongreniahair.com/

CARMEL BIANCO STYLIST (photo coming soon)

Carmel Bianco's interest in hair goes way back to her childhood when her mom handed her a couple of barrettes and a comb, and told her she would have to learn to do her own hair. As a teen it was Vidal Sassoons' method of cutting and blow drying that made her decide that hairdressing would be the path she would take. After studying at a progressive hair school in Boston, where she landed at the John Delleria Salon. In three years time became a style director for them traveling and teaching their method. Wanting to progress, and having a very strong love for fashion and photography she moved to New York City working for the same company in SoHo. Carmel became interested in editorial and hair styling for photo shoots. She has been a session stylist for many years and has worked with major photographers for various American and European magazines, advertisiment and celebrities. Along with her freelance work she is excited to take all her experience back to the salon.
Philosophy: Her approach toward hair is modern with a natural twist. She works with the clients hair texture, and face shape to create a look that is easy to style and an enhancement to their bone structure.

Carmel: http://www.raybrownpro.com/hair/carmel-bianco/fashion-1

EMI MAUS STYLIST (photo coming soon)

Raised in Brooklyn, New York, Emi spent weekends roaming The Museum of Modern Art, cultivating a passion for the arts and desire to create. This ultimately led her to receive a degree in Fashion Design from Parsons The New School for Design, and after studying shapes and the manipulation of fibers, Emi decided to pursue a career in hairstyling. During her apprenticeship, she received vigorous training in all hair textures, a skill she remains proud of today.
A classic approach to hair, favoring clean and balanced lines and styles inspired by both nature and architecture
Working with a diverse clientele to determine the best cut to suit their natural texture
“Hair is an artistic medium to be transformed into works of living art.”
Select Runway Work:
Louis Vuitton, Mulberry, Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, J. Crew, St. John

Emi: http://emileamaus.wix.com/emimaus#!portfolio



Starting his styling career in Tokyo, Kaz was lured to New York to grow his extraordinary talent. While working for some of the best New York salons, his styles branched out to in to fashion, editorial and television shoots. He presently has over 25 years of experience and is one of New York’s premier stylists.

Kaz specializes in precision cutting. With his meticulous style and unqualified attention to details he takes pleasure in working with clients to come up with styles that are individualized to their needs. He constantly is working on his own innovative styling techniques, always pushing the boundaries of greatness.


Born and raised in Japan, Kiri has always felt that hairstyling was in his genes. Removing perm rods from clients’ hair at his mother’s salon as a little boy ultimately led to working at a salon in Tokyo for 10 years. He then moved to London to pursue a hairstyling career in the fashion industry, and also spent a great deal of time in New York. Kiri has worked on a variety of fashion shows, music videos and editorial campaigns and is now using his skills and knowledge to fuel his blossoming bi-coastal career.
Elegant, yet cutting-edge styles with classic Japanese and French influences
Creating timeless, wearable looks for all hair textures
Select Editorial Work:
ELLE, L’Officiel, Dazed & Confused, Wild Magazine
Select Advertising Work:
Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Hardy Amies, Egoisto

Kiri: http://www.kiri-yoshiki.com/




Origanally from Japan, Taeko trained under the Shu Uemura education. They focus on their education in total beauty concept and  how to present it in the highest form  for women. While training under Shu Uemura professionals, Taeko received awards from the "Beauty Art Session", a competition held by Shu Uemura. While working on these projects, Taeko was inspired to expand her techniques and creativity towards hair by moving to New York City. Even after nine years she still gets inspired when she works with designers during New York Fashion Week and other projects along  with their look books, video shoots and magazine editorials. 


Placing the right amount of texture to create movement and fluidity within the haircut. Taeko also specializes in classic mens haircuts.

Select Editorial Work:

Avenue Magazine, NYLON, and Elle Mexico

Select Runway Work:
Calvin Klien, Jill Stuart, VPL, Monique Lhuillier, Joie, Chole Sevigny for Opening Ceremony, and Bill Blass


Inspired by his love for color photography and imaging at a prestigious LA art college, Tanner Bassett’s artistic ways have been transferred into hair color. Printing and developing pictures and film has helped Bassett immensely when coloring hair, as his knowledge of the color wheel and the way each shade blends with one another is endless.

He started experimenting using color with friends in high school, getting his start when he attended the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology: A Paul Mitchel Partner School, where he learned the basics and technique. He trained under some of NYC’s best colorists, including Nikki Ferrara of Marie Robinson Salon and Marko Tomasetti of Sally Hershberger Downtown. This gave him the opportunity to make his own unique vision and style of hair color. Bassett specialties are in cooler tones of blondes and double process.

His inspiration and experience with art, photography, painting, fashion, architecture or music, truly sets Bassett apart, allowing him to look at color as more of an artistic skill and to grasp the concept of physical features that come hand in hand with hair color.

Tanner's resume includes various editorial shoots for top magazines such as Glamour, Allure,  Marie Claire, Nylon, as well as working with Nikki Ferrara for the television show, “Unforgettable.”


After training at The Vidal Sassoon Academy and Moulton Brown in London, Mary Ehni began her hair color career working with Oribe in her home town of Buffalo, New York. In 1975 Mary moved to Manhattan to pursue her work with the renowned Kenneth Salon in its elegant east side mansionette. In 1990 she opened the EHNI Salon in a SoHo townhouse which became known for its intimacy, hospitality and personal care. It was a salon in the true sense of the word: where her uptown clientele gathered with downtown personalities and shared information and unpredictable conversation.
Upon closing her salon in 2001 Mary worked at the Wonderland Salon in the Meatpacking district and at the Privé Salon in New York.
When not coloring hair Mary raises honeybees and Black Welsh Mountain Sheep at her farm in Salem, New York.
She has an avid interest in opera, theater and contemporary art.

Mary: http://maryehni.com



Sarah knew fashion and haircolor would be a part of her life from the time she started coloring and styling her friends’ hair at her home as a teenager. After starting a clothing line that was sold in Barneys Co-op and boutiques around the world, Sarah had the opportunity to create wigs for sculptor Charles Ray, reigniting her passion for hair and eventually landing her at Ion Studio studying hand painted Balayage highlights and editorial color with Lena Ott.  After working there for several years she has now landed as Senior colorist at Rheanne White in Tribeca. She has recently signed with The magnet Agency and worked on several new film projects with Heather Graham (My Dead Boyfriend)  and fun color on indie film Free The Nipple. 
Hip, ever-present, artistic from natural to creative color.
Balayage and creative hair color
Select Editorial Work:
Vogue, ELLE, W Magazine, Interview, Visionaire

Sarah: sarahspratt.com