Ralph Lauren's longtime barber hails from Lynbrook

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Eighty-year-old Clemente DiMonda  arrived in America in 1961 and later became a barber to the elite. His shop, located at the Polo Ralph Lauren flagship store in Manhattan, was built for him by the famed fashion designer, with whom DiMonda credits for his success and happiness.  Videojournalist: Bruce Gilbert (Aug. 27, 2013)

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