The launch of the new HARE & BONE Salon

HARE & BONE; The New Face of Hair

It’s been a big week for beauty at Push PR with the launch of the new HARE & BONE salon; a luxurious new space offering expertly executed wearable hair with an innovative flair. The man behind the salon is award winning hair stylist turned creative director  Sam Burnett; who’s artistic skill and creativity in design have become renowned amongst numerous international and high profile clients such as Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake & Tom Ford.

Hair & Bone Campaign

Sam’s expert credentials in the high fashion industry have most recently been exhibited when he styled the SS15 Bora Aksu show as well as his appointment as the UK ambassador for haircare brand KMS California. To find out a little more about the maestro himself, we shot Sam four quick-fire questions:

1)      Why the name HARE & BONE?

HARE is to represent core British values and British eccentricity. BONE represents our cutting philosophy of considering bone structure & face shape when designing a hair style.

2)      What was your favourite campaign to work on?

I love working on the Tom Ford sales campaign in London, I do it two or three times a year and it’s always fun.


3)      Who is your hair hero?

Model Freja Beha Erichsen.

4)      If you could choose one song as the theme tune to your life what would it be?

The Beatles – Come Together.


Located in the heart of London on Great Titchfield Street, HARE & BONE is an exciting new venture we all can’t wait to try.

Between now and January 31st 2015 you can enjoy £20 towards your salon service bill, as a well as a glass of bubbles to celebrate the festive season. Tweet #HAREANDBUBBLES and share your first experience with the new face of hair.

Visit the HARE & BONE website for more about the salon story and all the details of services and pricing.

Push PR x

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