British tailors that set up shop on Savile Row didn’t get their sterling reputations for churning out mass-market schlock. Instead, they brought the term bespoke to life. The English version of haute couture, bespoke tailoring is made exactly to each client’s taste and body—a true one-of-a-kind.
Bespoke Hair Artisans follows that aesthetic. Owners Lisa Williams and Margaret Menke Ayache have combined considerable salon experience to open a boutique salon where each person receives a style that heightens his or her own beauty, delivered by master stylists.
The retail area is also swoonworthy, with Kerastase, Intelligent Nutrients, and the super-exclusive French skincare line Patyka lining the shelves.
Bespoke offers the best kind of beauty services—where people notice how fabulous you look, but are unable to pinpoint the how or why. So, in that sense, Bespoke has borrowed brilliantly from the French—giving clients a certain je ne sais quoi.