“...both the ethos and the aesthetic of Kevin Murphy is so in keeping with our Linton and Mac brand! As well as being beautifully packaged, you can be sure that there are no harsh chemicals in there, looking after your locks and being kind to the environment.”
Paul Windle opened his first salon in covent garden in 1988 after being a principle at the Vidal Sassoon School during the early eighties. His salon became synonymous with editorial and fashion hairdressing throughout the nineties, regularly featuring in Time Out, British Vogue, Elle, and Marie Claire.
Neil Moodie began his salon hairdressing career in 1984, making the transition to editorial session work in 1993. He has been at the top of the editorial arena since, working with photographers such as Mario Testino, with celebrities such as Drew Barrymore and Scarlett Johannsen, and for lables such as Armani, Burberry and Gucci.