Categories NewsPosted on

Oris + The Nomad Barber for Movember

In an excellent initiative to promote awareness around male health issues such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide to name but three, Swiss watchmakers Oris will be collaborating with award-winning The Nomad Barber in Shoreditch to publicise a special Movember edition of the iconic Diver Sixty-Five watch.

The watch has a number of features that link it to Movember: the applied indices and hands are edged with rose gold plating with a rich black dial, in keeping with Movember’s palette, whilst adding to the Divers Sixty-Five collection.

As part of a number of fundraising events taking place across Europe, Miguel Gutierrez, founder of The Nomad Barber (check out his YouTube series) will be promoting the ‘Oris Shave Down’ thus encouraging men to participate in Movember where they grow a moustache to promote awareness of health issues pertinent to men. On 1st November only, The Nomad Barber will give free wet shaves to all pre-booked customers.

Miguel Gutierrez, Founder of The Nomad Barber expressed his excitement about the collaboration: “As a barber it’s so invigorating knowing you’re providing someone with a service that ultimately lends itself to a much greater cause. It’s an absolute honour to be working with Oris for Movember
and I’m excited to watch gentlemen go bare-faced on the 1st November for such a great cause.”

And if that isn’t enough to inspire you, those treating themselves to a wet shave will be entered into a draw with the possibility of winning a Movember Diver Sixty-Five watch worth £1,800, as will any participant who raises the most money for Movember through a legitimate fundraising source.

The Oris Movember Diver Sixty-Five special edition will be on sale in participating retailers, where a percentage of each sale will also go towards Movember. To book in for your free wet shave go to: http://nomadxoris.resurva.com

https://www.nomadbarber.com/

The Nomad Barber

8 Heneage Street
London
E1 5LJ

Seen this week

Categories Food&DrinkPosted on

Zoe Stirling at the Old Diorama Arts Centre

Zoe Stirling has almost a decade of experience in the heath and wellness industry, as both a Health Coach at leading London Gyms and as a Nutritional Therapist helping to develop a range of products and menus at restaurants. Her varied experiences led her to co-found Squirrel (one of SEEN’s favourite places), an all-day healthy …

Categories NewsPosted on

888 Collective to host first pop up at The Dusty Knuckle Bakery

SEEN had the pleasure last week of meeting the dynamic and resourceful Jana Dowling, CEO of the 888 Collective operating in London Fields. The collective is a social enterprise supporting people with mental health issues, specifically through workshops and initiatives that get people back on their feet and support them as they find employment and …

Categories NewsPosted on

Find Your Sense Of Space at Broadgate

It might be a bit chilly again after last week’s sudden heatwave but now’s a good time to check out what’s going on at Broadgate. Following the seemingly never-ending winter months and the coldest winter snap seen in the UK for 27 years, Broadgate launches Sense of Space for spring, a multisensory experience to help …

Categories Food&DrinkPosted on

Avenue Launches New Cocktails Inspired by the Myths and Legends of Latin America and Asia

Well, colour SEEN pagan for the new cocktail menu from St James’s Avenue. Half of the menu celebrates five mystical animals from Asian tradition, representing the cardinal points: the Black Turtle (North, the Vermilion Bird (South), the Blue Dragon (East), the White Tiger (West) and the Yellow Dragon (Centre). And central to these delicious concoctions …

Categories ArtPosted on

Three Cities: New Photographs from Niall O’Brien

SEEN is looking forward to seeing a new exhibition of photographs taken in the beating heart of America’s Silicon Valley, a place that by Niall O’Brien’s account was packed to the gills with cutting-edge technology yet had no aesthetic at all – except for the surrounding mountains and opportunistic nature. O’Brien spent four months living …