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Gigli&Meglio goes to Dallas!

Thursday, 19 December 2013 16:07

Roberto Gigli has founded Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas, a new company that will bring the Italian style of Gigli&Meglio to the States.

He had been dreaming about it for a while. Now Italian entrepreneur Roberto Gigli, owner of the salon outfitting company Gigli&Meglio, has succeeded in bringing his signature styles to the United States as well. Indeed, he founded Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas, Texas, where the Italy in the name underlines the fact that the furnishing produced and marketed in the United States are strictly designed and produced in Italy, while meeting all the technical needs and aesthetic desires of the American market.

A new company born thanks to the partnership with the management of Toni&Guy, the product management of which will be entrusted to Massimo Pizzoleo. Last October saw the inauguration of the showroom at 2311 Midway Road, Carrolton, Texas 75006 (Dallas), a strategic site for the company, as is will be able to give live demonstrations of its own concept of design for new hairdressing salons.

  • L-R Paul Joseph Marzioli, Roberto Gigli, Zak Mascolo, Bruno Mascolo, Massimo Pizzoleo



  • Roberto Gigli and Phil Pohl



  • Bruno Mascolo signs one of the Gigli&Massimo Italy armchairs



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



  • Showroom Gigli&Massimo Italy in Dallas



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