Taylor of Old Bond Street

Taylor of Old Bond Street has a very ancient tradition: in fact, in 1854 the founder Jeremiah Taylor opened in London an elegant salon destined to great things. In a short span of time he achieved an excellent reputation in the British Society, distinguishing himself for what still sets him apart today: style, classic elegance and traditional British quality.
Taylor of Old Bond Street
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Taylor of Old Bond Street is the emblem of traditional English barberry. The brand has in fact an ancient history and still represents that typical British spirit. Taylor of Old Bond Street was born back in 1854 when Jeremiah Taylor opened her elegant barber salon in London for the first time. In a short time, Taylor was able to earn the trust and respect of the most influential British Society. But the secret of his success was to be attributed not only to his ability as a barber, but also to another small aspect. In fact, the products that he used with the customers were enriched with botanical extracts, and this would have changed everything. The tradition of Taylor of Old Bond Street continued in the following decades thanks to the change of witness that marked the passage of management in the hands of Sidney Taylor. Sidney opened the famous flagship store of Jermyn Street, also in London and began the marketing of some of the products used in the show. Thus, products made by Taylor of Old Bond Street began to spread ever faster throughout England. A spread that was unstoppable and that allowed the British brand to be known also outside the United Kingdom. And to become an icon of English style also abroad. Even today, in fact, Taylor of Old Bond Street is a symbol of the centuries-old tradition of English barbarism. The brand embodies the classic British style, elegance in performing this work and reliability in the use of unique products. And these products, as traditionally Taylor, are always designed and manufactured to meet increasingly higher quality standards. The natural ingredients and the passion for this craft do the rest, for exceptional customer service, yesterday and today.