PARI, London — A beauty salon in the heart of London’s East End could be the most expensive beauty in the city if you count the rent.
Pari’s owner, Chiara Cervantes, told MTV News that she’s spent more than £1 million to bring the space to life.
The place was originally built in the 1920s and has been on the market for years.
“When I started it, I just had a very basic idea that this is a place for people who like to relax, but not so much for people like me,” she said.
“People come from all walks of life, from the most fashionable parts of the world, so there is a lot of diversity here.
I think it’s the best place to come and relax with your friends.”
Pari opened in 2007, with the salon offering high-end products, including eyeliner, lipstick and eyeliner brushes.
Pari’s latest offering, an array of high-performance hair brushes, sold out in its first two days, but Cervante said she’s been busy over the last six months.
“It’s been fantastic.
I’m excited to see what the next six months hold,” she told MTV.
The space is located in the former East End building at 8 London Bridge, which has been vacant for decades.
The area is home to numerous historic buildings and is one of the most ethnically diverse areas of London, where white, Asian and black residents make up over half of the population.
Cervantes said she believes the area has the potential to become the next East London, because of the high density of residents.
“If it’s good for people to come, they come.
If it’s bad for people, they go,” she added.
“This is the future of London.”
Cervante is a graduate of London School of Economics, and her parents immigrated from Italy in the late 1980s, when the neighborhood was known as the “Little Venice” of the city.
The family moved to the city in the 1990s and have lived in the area ever since.
“I am proud of my family,” Cervantes told MTVNews.
“I have a lot to give and I am proud to be Italian, and proud to have lived here.
The Italians are really good at coming to London, and that is the reason we have been here.
We want to give something back.”
Paris owner Chiara is also a member of the British Council’s Diversity Committee.
She said she feels that the East End is an ideal place for the area, because it’s home to such diverse residents.
“We want to make it a community, a community that is welcoming to everybody, especially to the young people,” she explained.
“This is a beautiful place to live, I think, because we have the best schools, hospitals, the best shops, the greatest museums, and we have so much diversity.
It’s a place where we want to take our kids to.”
Covent Garden, a London borough, has the most diverse population of any borough in England, according to the 2017 Census.
Covent Garden is a neighborhood that is predominantly black, Asian, and Irish, with about 10% of its residents being Asian.
Covents owner, Michael O’Brien, said the area was also very much part of the borough’s history.
“Covental Gardens is the oldest community on the estate,” he told MTVnews.
“So you have the Tudor Gardens, the English Garden, the British Gardens, and so on.
Covental Gardens was where all of these people came together to settle.
The whole estate was settled by the Anglo-Saxon people in the middle ages, and they lived here for centuries.”
O’Brien said that he was thrilled that Covent Gardens had been chosen for the location.
“People from Covent Park are really friendly,” he said.
“They’re friendly with the staff, the residents, and it’s such a beautiful community.
We’re very happy.”
Parcure, another London borough that has recently seen an influx of foreign residents, also has a vibrant Asian population.
The city is home with over 60% of Chinese people, who make up 10% to 20% of the total population, according the Census.
“Covency Gardens is one the most multicultural areas in London, with so many ethnic groups living together, and this is the best area for a multicultural area,” Covent Mayor Karen Bradley said.
Cervance, a borough in south London, has a majority ethnic Chinese population, but is home only to the Chinese minority.
Civent’s diversity is also reflected in the many events held in Covent’s Chinatown, including the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
The borough has been ranked number two for Asian people in Britain in the 2016 census, with 37% of residents identifying as Chinese.
The Asian population of Covent grew