Ceron & Todd Fiscus (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
One of Ceron's Uber-glam models. (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
Nancy Rogers, Cary Deuber (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
DJ RomiQ (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
Another one of Ceron's Uber-glam models. (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
Joshua Rossignol, Billy Fong (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
Suzanne Droese, Ceron, Brooke Hortenstine (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
The third of the glamour girls atop the stylists station. (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
Nancy Rogers, Ceron, Cary Deuber (Photo by Jonathan Zizzo)
At last – Dallas finally had a moment to toast our beloved wizard with scissors: Cerón. Over a year later, we were officially able to celebrate the opening of the mononymous stylist’s namesake salon in Highland Park Village. Honestly, if Cerón were opening a drawer in his kitchen and invited me I would be there. (I’m sure it would still somehow be beyond glamorous given that his husband is the brilliantly creative Todd Fiscus.)
Spinning tunes from behind the turntables that evening was Patricia Quirino, also known as DJ Romi Q, in a shimmery blue frock. Thank goodness it was early in the evening when I leaned across the equipment for a peck on the cheek or we might have had some major scratching.
Gone were all the accouterments one might usually find at a hairstylist’s station. Instead, atop each of the three platforms was a simple black chair with a glamazon gazing down at the merry crowd. There was a statuesque woman with an elaborate updo reminiscent of Holly Golightly a la Breakfast at Tiffany’s, then, a blond bombshell with a Bardot’esque updo, and finally, a redhead who seemed bored with the whole affair. I would wager Ceron had told our final gal to look that way for the duration of the soiree — after all, who doesn’t secretly adore the continual yawns of a bored socialite.
Spotted enjoying a flute of bubbles in the salon: Jennifer and John Eagle, Joshua Rossignol, Luis Araujo, Alysa Teichman, Joanne Teichman, Amy Green, and Lloyd Princeton.