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3rd December 2016, Tobacco Dock, London 3rd December 2016, Tobacco Dock, London


Organised by: Influential Events Ltd


Organised by: Influential Events Ltd


TALKS & DEMONSTRATIONS 10:20 - 10:50 “Sustainable Grooming” with John Cowan


John Cowan, founder of Alluvian Aquatic Botanical Grooming discusses the effect the men’s grooming industry has on the environment and how Alluvian are helping to shape the future of men’s grooming.


11:00 - 11:30


Male Grooming Guide Awards The Male Grooming Guide takes over the main stage to present their yearly awards show.


11:45 -12:30


Demonstration from leading UK Barber Josh Lamonaca catch josh live onstage as he gives us an expert demonstration


As co-director of one of the UKs leading male grooming brands MENSPIRE salon, Josh travels internationally delivering education to the barbering and hairdressing industry. As a truly inspiring educator Josh caught the eye of MHFED (Men’s Hair Federation) and is now one of the UKs hottest prospects being named the captain of The Young Feds artistic team. Josh Lamonaca’s individualism came as an emerging talent combining barbering, hairdressing and fashion all in one to create a niche that is now thriving throughout the barbering industry.


12:45 -13:15


The Gentleman’s Grooming Show Beard Competition presented by The Great british Grooming Company


Multi Talented Master Barber, proud owner of Savils and Great British Grooming Company Brand Ambassador Joth Davies hosts the 2016 Gentleman’s Grooming Show Beard Competition. Find out whose beard makes the cut with the expert panel of judges giving their feedback and selecting a winner live on stage.


12:45 -13:15 “Why Bespoke” with Leon Brown


Leon Brown, founder of Christian English Bespoke Tailors joins The Gentleman’s Grooming Show’s Laurence Culloty on stage to discuss the current trends in men’s fashion and why more and more gentlemen are turning to bespoke tailoring.


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