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Now, HP Ladies Can Stay in Town to Spend a Fortune on a Haircut

Frédéric Fekkai, who cuts Scarlett Johansson's hair -- yours, someone else will do at the same price.
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Oh, ladies. Big news, apparently, courtesy Women's Wear Daily: Frédéric Fekkai is coming to town. To Highland Park, actually, beginning Monday. Surely, you know who the eff-eff Frédéric Fekkai is, right? " A hairstylist stars don't leave home without," reads the headline to this story about his list of celeb clients, among them, Salma Hayek, Martha Stewart, Sigourney Weaver, Penélope Cruz, Ashley Judd, Naomi Watts, Renée Zellweger, Kirsten Dunst, Kim Basinger and Scarlett Johansson.

Fekkai has six salons in the country, counting his new digs in Highland Park Village -- and, insists WWD, "Fekkai already has Dallas clients who visit his salons in New York; Palm Beach, Fla., and Los Angeles, including nearly 300 loyal customers who go to the Fifth Avenue flagship at Henri Bendel alone, noted Kimberly Callet, vice president of salons." And says Fekkai, "I'm told by my team that Dallas will be the prettiest salon we've ever had." How ... fab. --Robert Wilonsky

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