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Taylor Taylor London

From East London to the Indian Ocean Taylor Taylor London is ranked alongside the best hair salons in the world.

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From East London to the Indian Ocean, Taylor Taylor London is ranked alongside the best hair salons in the world.

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Commercial Street

Established in 2003 with a vision to create a new style of unisex hairdressing, Taylor Taylor London changed the face of hair salons from rather clinical, functional places, to award winning interior designed havens, complete with longer appointment times, world class hair stylists, a free cocktail bar and a truly welcoming atmosphere.
Taylor Taylor London is recognized for its unique blend of both edge and elegance and with their modern and relaxed style they have developed a global reputation in both the hairdressing industry and the interior design world.

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Their international stylists and colour technicians are some of the top creative talents in the world, and have been hand selected for their mix of individual style and exceptional ability. You can find their photographic work in magazines such as Vogue, ID, Elle and Stylist, and, during the season, they will be behind the scenes at all the major catwalk shows in Paris, Milan, New York and London.

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Open the doors to one of their salons and you might just recognise the interiors from lifestyle shoots or even the odd movie, with every London salon boasting a signature cocktail bar, oversized murals and decadent washrooms. Each interior has its own personal style but all are inspired by the Baroque extravagances of the French courts, blended with the formality of 18th century England. Their period pieces and one off vintage finds are then set within a modern design to create a truly original and memorable setting.

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You can find Taylor Taylor London at four award winning London locations: Commercial St in Shoreditch, Cheshire St just off Brick Lane, Portobello Road in Notting Hill, and Soho, within the landmark Liberty London store on Regent Street.

If you feel like travelling further afield to the ultimate beach side location in the Maldives, you’ll find their fifth salon set within the spa at the iconic One and Only Resort, Reethi Rah, which is widely recognised as one of the top 20 in the world.

Relaxed yet always glamorous, it should feel as though you have found your very own members club.

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