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Orlando Pita's Station

Modern Salon | July 10, 2011 | 11:17 PM

“It’s OK that my station is messy,” said celebrity stylist Orlando Pita. “It’s the way I work.” Pita’s station in his Orlo Salon is very much like Pita himself—to the point, humble and high-functioning. Located in a third-floor walk-up in Manhattan, Pita does not often allow anyone to shoot in Orlo. “This is really very special that you are here,” he told us. “The only other magazine to shoot my space was French Vogue, and that was when I first opened.”

Orlando Pita's Station

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