Petra is the owner of Tête à porter. She learned at Catello Coppola in Munich, worked for a TV network as a “hair expert” and at various top salons in southern Germany, where she was generally considered one of the top three stylists. After her master, she decided to start her own business. A stay in Strasbourg inspired her to a francophile salon, in which French flair and craftsmanship meet a rendezvous: the birth of Tête à porter. Petra speaks English.
Pawel brings Russian soul to Tête à porter (easily recognized by various tattoos). In addition to his excellent Pivot training, he impresses with numerous additional qualifications and awards. As an all-rounder, he is just as first-class when it comes to women’s and men’s cuts as he is when it comes to color – both accurate or freestyle. No wonder, his motto is “Freedom is the happiness of the world.” Pawel speaks English and Russian.
Klaus has been working successfully with Petra for decades, including fifteen years at Tête à porter. As the oldest of six children, he had to bear responsibility at an early age, which he also takes on with skill and patience at Tête à porter. In addition to his special expertise in cuts, Klaus is characterized by one thing above all: his inimitable Bavarian humor.
Sophie has been working at Tête à porter for several years – like most of our stylists. In addition to her training as a hairdresser, she is a makeup artist with further qualifications as a creative artist (creative makeup) and styling expert, e.g. for bridal hairstyles or photo shoots. She also specializes in color and paintings, which she conjures up into your hair with great sensitivity. Sophie loves dealing with people. Because “everyone has a story to tell”, as she says. When she is not working, she likes to do sports like to snowboard, for example. Sophie speaks English.
“Boon” has already worked as a hairdresser in Thailand for a long time. His stylings & cuts coupled with his friendly nature provide moments of happiness for our customers. Privately, Boon continues to work on his German and enjoys traveling. But he has also been seen at the Oktoberfest – in lederhosen.
Erika comes from the Allgäu region, but she was quickly drawn out into the world. For several years she worked as a make-up artist and hairdresser in Milan’s advertising and fashion scene (including for star photographer Fabrizio Ferri) before she moved to Hamburg. There, in addition to top models, she also styled political stars such as Helmut Schmidt and Richard von Weizsäcker. In Miami she was regularly booked for large catalog shoots. At the turn of the millennium she settled for several years in New York and then Chicago, where she soon enjoyed great renown. Erika is a master and works for you as a makeup artist if you wish. In addition to English, she also speaks Italian.