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I worked at Crimpers, Baker Street in the late 80's, early 90's.I can't remember many names but I do remember Michael as he interviewed me.I remember Stewart Bernie, Lawrence, Leon, Oliver, real name David, Jolie, Amanda and Karen. I don't remember a Billy but I remember Willie, he was the colourist who had a few stories to tell! I wish I could remember more names.
Anyone know what happened to Billy in Baker Street Salon, he use to cut my hair every month back in the day, love to know what he is up to.
my name is graham brock. I started as a junior in baker st in 1969 and ended up as the manager of the hampstead salon leaving in 1976 to open my own shop with the general manager ray valins. We learnt all we knew from those happy years, business skills as well as hairdressing spending the next 35 years running our chain of shops exactly the same as we were shown all those years ago. if it ain't broke........happy days.
I now live in a cardboard box near st. Albans and answer to the name of Doris..Adios
I knew Michael Lawrence,Jamie, and Mr Bernie, I worked there in 1976 starting off in Baker St then the two salons in Knightsbridge . They were great times .
The a Bunch of Grapes where we would always end up .
I used to cut Michael Strumms hair he would spend half an hour checking it after 😂 but it was good training .
i meant to say Michael Strum who owned crimpers.
Michael was my hairdresser for 30 years, such a tragic loss of a fantastic man and most amazing hairdresser on the planet.I have found nobody ever who cut quite like him
I worked with Billy in Crimpers in Baker Street during the 1070,s. I would like to make contact with Billy. He used to cut David Bowies hair back then.i I can be contacted at email@example.com.
Worked in Crimpers in Baker Stree in the 1970,s was friendly with Bill. good hairdresser. Che is my name.
Sadly Michael Strum passed away 2002. A tragic loss. RIP Michael 💔
Personalitys in the revolution of hair design in the 60s 70s
Huile de Ricin
Merci. Il a été agréable de collecte des photos John Santilli Rome Italy.
huile de ricin
Je ne peux qu'être en admiration devant votre gallerie
Avoir une belle peau
Vous êtes incroyable dans vos photos.
Worked at crimpers Baker Street,1972 till 1977.worked with Peter,mark billy Shaun,a lister,Jimmy.good memories.peter(andy)
Met an od friend through FB,we worked together at Crimpers,and left to go to Sassoons,I went to Sloane and he went to Bond Street.40 years later we meet again,fantasticHis name was Keith
Michael cut my hair in knightb ridge hampstead baker st and regent st. Never has it been cut better. A delightful man and wonderful at his work.
Good to hear from you
Still Rock n Rollin
I worked at crimpers from about 1974-1977 I was a junior for Jeff, sotirios, jimmy, Peter and Michael, can't' remember all the surnames sorry. Great times !!
Should add,that when knightsbridge closed,we went to work at Baker Street...Micheal was so strict before passing me as a hairdresser..at the knightbridge salon,I'd like to thank him for that now......we went on to work together many years and photo sessions then...I see a comment from Annette who I also remember and his lovely daughter....Lawrence's wife jarhla too...lost touch with most now,would love to know what happend to my juniors ...jo and jollie....
I was just thinking about Micheal....I too was his junior Crimpers Knightsbridge ....I worked with Lawrence Faulke and the Mr Bernie !!! judy Egan
I worked at crimpers at Knightsbridge in 1976 and was Michael strums junior for a few months
Gary Ben Ari
I work at crimpers in the 80ish in Baker Street I was micheals junior we had a good time then I went to Hampstead salon
I WOULD LOVE TO GET IN TOUCH WITH MANY OF THE PEOPLE ON THE SITE...GO TO MY PICTURE IF YOU WANT TO LEAVE A MESSAGE....LOVE OWEN XXXX
RIP Lionel Parisi
Died on August 18, 2012 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in San Francisco.
Do you remember me sian wynne
Hi Eric Cooper, I was an apprentice at Sassoon in S.F. In the mid 70's when you were a colorist at the salon, it has been at least 35 years plus, and I can't tell you what an inspiration It was to apprentice for you! I so I joyed your talent and wit. Thank you and Peter Wood, Max Papier, Renee,Scott Metzker, Alan Bush, Walter... And on and on who were lucky enough to get it first hand from the master, Vidal himself .., I have loved every minute of this industry and lucky to have been doing the Jon I love for so long !
I was in Birmingham UK in the mid 70s, and used to have my hair cut by a greek guys named \Tony Does any one remember him ?
jade la rosa (louis)
I was employed sometime in the 70's. so long ago it seems and cannot recall the year. All i know is that it was magical to be there, to have been chosen to be trained.
I auditioned for Henry Abel and Lee Tanaka. I assisted a few people and of course was educated by them all. Brooker was working in our salon on Rodeo DR. Beverly hills. the original upstair from Theodore's via an elevator and then the new building on corner of rodeo and ??? can't recall darn it.Well it's no longer there anyway. Looking back It was incredible..we did not really know what we all were a aprt of...We were a part of history never to be repeated by ...ANYONE. Those cuts are a thing of beauty and no HD photogrphy.I wont forget Janice Bueller in the men's dept.
I would like to get in touch with Seymour, I apprenticed with him around 1965 and he arranged an interview at Sassoon for me in the late 60's. This took me to New York and SanFrancisco 1971 - 1979 changing my life and giving me the opportunity to work as a colourist with the great names of hairdressing
I grew up with Robert in the East End of London and he was the guy who suggested that I went into hardressing as a profession. Andre Bernard led to Vidal and I had just three months to learn the Vidal way and then went to open the first school in Knightbridge with Robertand jayson as the Principal and myself as Head teacher, the first of many of a great team. Robert looked after me and I owe him a great deal. Seymour Myers
Any one looking for Robert Edele can now find him on Facebook.Im sure he would love to hear from all of you.
I would like to get in touch with Graham (ex-theacher)
Robert Edele, what happened to him, Ivan would like to know
He was the Vice president of Sassoon.
actually, I just found this new item from Honolulu 2002:
"Peter Hartley has been hired at the Paul Brown Salon and Day Spa at Ward Centre as senior color and cut technician. Most recently working in San Francisco, Hartley has trained color technicians for Vidal Sassoon in London, Paris, Hong Kong and Los Angeles for the past 20 years."
I shared a home in Honolulu with Peter and Elisabeth Hartley circa (1972-75) and then lost track of them after they migrated to Sassoon San Fransisco; if any knows of their whereabouts or has a contact email for them please pass mine (firstname.lastname@example.org) onto one or the other or both.
I WAS YOUR JUNOIR AT BOND ST..EVERY MORNING I HAD TO GET YOU A SOFT FRIED EGG SANDWICH ON WHITE BREAD...I ALSO WAS YOUR CLEANING LADY...YEP..ITS SARAH RED HAIR..IT WAS JO GINA ANNIE AND I WAS THE JUNIOR..X
i am in contact with robert edele,if you need to get in touch with him ,let me know and i can forward info.,,,thnx to all ,robert has been my friend for many years,he hired me as the manager of the rodeo drive salon,i previously worked in sloane street and south molton street as assnt mngr,also atlanta.the originals are going!i was taught by stylists that lawrence falk took from bond street,and frankly.the lessons i learned back then hold true today
I was looking for Michael Strum, my friend who had Crimpers, Bakers Street etc. Regards Vanessa Cox. email@example.com
Did my apprenticehsip in Bond Street 1965-1968. Had a blast. Any one know what happened to Howard Fugleman I think he went to New York. Still crimping
hi my name is sharon i am studying my HNC and as part of my graded unit i must research my inspirations! does anyone have any information or pictures they could post about steven way please anything at all would be greatly appresiated. thank you
Hi does anyone know how Robert Edel is ???? And Jason Peller ! Where is he these days ??
l was at Bond st, Grovenor house and with the first team that went to ..Madison Ave (NY) ..1963 / 1965
Susan Davison firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi,I was a model for Christopher Brooker for years....mybest haircut ever I am still lost with out you Christopher...I now live in Buenos Aires, Argentina...Christopherif yu ever read this I would love to hear from you xxxx Scrimaglia Scrimaglia5@Yahoo.com
HI ,THIS BROUGHT BACK A FEW MEMORIES,I WAS THE HEAD TINTER IN BOND STREET WITH JO HANSFORD,WHEN THEY DEMOTED JO I GOT THE JOB OF HEAD TINTER,I WAS THERE UNTILL 6 MONTHS BEFORE THE END..JOHN I SORT OF REMEMBER YOU,BUT I THINK YOU HAD MORE TO DO WITH THE SCHOOL THAN THE SALON.OWEN
wow!how we have changed,however i owe everything to all you wonderful people!thanks for the honuer of being part of everything!! phillip sumner ,manchesterand leeds 1973-1977
Hi- saw a message from Lee who worked at Way In when the salon opened & so did I. Would like to hear from him & especially if he has any copies of the photos we had taken- the things Jason got us to do!!!!!!!!!!! Also have very fond memories of John Santilli, I was the one who got stuck on top of the coffee machine & Kamil had to get me down.Went up to Manchester when it opened but apart from Max & Geoff dont recognize anyone in the photo!Love to all who remember me- I worked in the Barbers shop.
WOW!!! Some geat pics. Brings back some nice memories. Wish there were more from the US. I'll have to look in my stack of pics from the Beverly Hills Salon. I'll let ya'll know when I get them scanned.
My best to Robert Edele & wishing him well. Would luv to see him again.
Hi my name is jayfray I am a colorist from CA. Last month I changed my carrier; I decided to be an instructor at Bellus Academy in San Diego, CA. I naturally want to bring a personal to the education structure. The Academy teaches Sassoon and uses Wella KP. Which are a great foundation. What see in the student is a lack of culture, salon culture. I have begun researching salon/hair culture starting with Sassoon, of course. In my research I am discovering people like Micheal Strum and Roger Thompson, I apologize for my ignorance, I did know know of them.
I would like to know more of their carriers and others who came from Sassoon in the 60's and 70's. Does anyone know a good source?
Thank you jayfray
Has anyone heard from Robert Edele lately. I heard he isn't wll. love to have an update. Miss him. Great dude. James J. Keating
Surprized to See my photo on internet. Happy there is something finally on it with Roger Thompson in it. He was a a good friend, mentor, king of the hill, top of the heap. Love my dear partner Phillip as well. Thanks whomever sent this.
Cheers, James J. Keating
Hello Graham, would love to hear from you John Welham,
Hi . I recently read a request for Graham Saltmer to get in touch with me, would look forward to it
Robert Edelle is my great uncle, he isnt very well at the moment tho
harvy how are you my friend its been a long time. im living in santa fe new mexico ive been here for some time. when you live in a place like santa fe you have to become an artist and that is what i became. i do a little hair now and then to keep my fingers lose. email me when you have a chance. keep in touch my boy love allan
My late husband was Michael Strum, when we first met he was working in Crimpers in Baker St. I was just starting out as a model and had a flat in Crawford St off Baker St. Lawrence Falk owned Crimpers and so many stars came in to have their hair done. I remember going to see Hair and all the dancers at the end calling Michael up on stage and we were up there dancing. Lovely mad memories!!
John, I seem to be having a problem in reaching you. Had a great visit back in time and loved it.Have veen talking with Richard Stein, Robert Edelle and Mitchel. I have written to Lloyd Lamasee but have had no reply so maybe the same problem. If this arrives let me know and I will write again.
Great to catch up and I hope this finds you well.Troy