Sweet’N Low® and TWA Hotel Opened a Retro Salon Pop-Up

by Anthony Losanno
TWA Sweet N Low

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Sweet’N Low® has partnered with the TWA Hotel to open the Sweet’N Glow Salon at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). The pop-up combines the retro charm of Sweet’N Low with the Sixties glamour of the TWA Hotel. This spot is an Instagrammer’s dream and in the perfect location.

TWA Hotel

The salon will transport guests back in time, complete with original beehive hairdryers, a retro wig display, and vintage Sweet’N Low and TWA decor. Slip on a pink smock, sit under a dryer, and flip through vintage-inspired magazines. There is lots of cool memorabilia on hand from both brands, including a 1960s advertisement starring TWA flight attendant Judy Neumann. She was voted “the girl in the air with the most beautiful hair.” After taking some selfies, guests can order coffee from Intelligentsia (sweetened with the famous little pink packet).

Sweet N Low

Sweet’N Low was the first commercial sugar substitute in the 1950s and it was widely available at restaurants, coffee shops, in homes, and in flight.

Anthony’s Take: This pop-up just opened at JFK. I love all things retro and kitschy. I’m hoping that I’ll get to check it out when I’m traveling through there later this summer.

(Photo Credits: Coyne PR.)

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