The one and only Ceron gets our Preferential Treatment.
Ceron has a vision like no other.
Diane Lokey Farb, Ceron at the Houston Symphony Ball. (Photo by Wilson Parish)
Todd Fiscus and Ceron on the night of their Circus extravaganza.
Ceron, Tarek El Bjeirmi at the Harry Winston celebration of the Winston Candy Collection. (Photo by Jenny Antill Clifton)
Becca Cason Thrash, Agustín Arteaga, Ceron
Ceron, Meredith Flores at the Tootsies ROCC Tennis Tournament Luncheon (Photo by Michelle Watson)
Fady Armanious, Ceron at the Best Dressed Luncheon at the Post Oak Hotel. (Photo by Michelle Watson/CatchlightGroup.com)
Ceron is the style guru. Don’t try to debate it for a second. He’s an artist with scissors, and women flock to him, vying for a highly coveted hairstyling appointment.
His schedule is always booked, and his prices match his phenomenal talent. He styles and colors the manes of a Who’s Who of Texas society, dividing his time between Dallas and Houston. In Dallas, Ceron has left his most recent chair at Neiman Marcus NorthPark Center and taken up residency at Era Salon — the chic spot adjacent to Equinox on Oak Lawn.
A larger-than-life personality, Ceron fills any room he enters. His wardrobe is packed with Tom Ford dinner jackets, Hermès accessories, and DSquared2 day wear, and his intoxicating accent is equal parts Spanish, French (he lived in Paris for 10 years) and English. Ceron is one of only three boys (and the first) that I’ve profiled in PaperCity‘s Bomb feature — and for good reason.
No one is more the bomb than Ceron. In addition to his new professional home in Dallas, he and his equally fabulous husband, event designer Todd Fiscus, have recently renovated a new home and welcomed a daughter to the family, Ana Emilia Ceron Fiscus. With life all abuzz, Ceron takes a moment to consider our insightful, and slightly salacious Preferential Treatment questionnaire.
Where are you at this moment: Physically or mentally?
The zip code you call home: 75219 and 77007
Style of residence: Dallas: Tudor home (super-chic Upper East Side NY).
Pajamas or in the buff: If by myself, then pajamas, or in the buff with my honey.
Early or late riser: Early.
Coffee or tea: Detox tea.
Morning Grooming: I wake up like this! [Cue Beyonce’s voice.]
Evening Grooming: Two bottles of Rosé.
Go-to daytime ensemble: Always something super simple. Gucci mixed with Zara.
Ideal evening look: Always black tie.
One thing you keep in mind when dressing: The season.
Your happy-place: Capri for summer and Paris for winter.
The hotel you call home-away-from-home: The Lowell in New York City.
Travel bag: Hermès Birkin.
Last person you cocktailed with and what was your poison: My husband, Todd. Our poison was Dos Amigos Tequila and Domaines Ott Rosé.
Dream concert: Jennifer Lopez.
Store where you wish you had an unlimited charge account: Bergdorf Goodman.
On your coffee table: Beautiful books and a ceramic box from Capri, which is now filled with pacifiers and baby bottles!
What you’ve been watching: Sophia, the story of the 15th-century Russian princess.
Hall pass for a dalliance: Milk from RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Who would play you in the movie of your life (living or dead actor is fine): Cary Grant
If you weren’t in your current profession, what would you be doing: Traveling the world.
Secret skill: It’s a secret. . .
Guilty pleasure: Shopping online.
Where you go to for hair inspiration: TCM, Turner Classic Movies.
The most iconic hairstylists from the past? Alexandre de Paris and Kenneth from New York.
A few of your muses: All the girls. . .
Is Ceron your first or last name: Both.
Three words that describe being a new dad: Absolutely fabulous and incredible. Or, no stretch marks.
What you can’t wait to do with your daughter: Walk her down the aisle on her wedding day.