General Manager & Head Barber
At 17, Adonis realized he wanted to succeed in the grooming industry after starting to work at his father’s salon in Athens. He then moved to London to pursue his diploma at Vidal Sassoon Academy where he discovered his true passion – barbering.
After 4 successful years at Murdock London, Adonis took on a new challenge in Singapore to join Jermyn Street. What he loves most about barbering are the relationships and friendships that he builds with clients. You can find Adonis relaxing on the beach with nice iced coffee in his downtime.
Since childhood, Frances has always been interested in hairdressing. Her first foray into the industry was as a corporate trainer in hair products but her colleague, a well-respected barber, influenced her to take up cutting. It wasn’t long before Frances made the jump from hairdressing to barbering and she’s never looked back since.
Frances believes the barbershop chair differs from the salon chair – ‘There is a lot more attention to detail required for cutting men’s hair. This is something I certainly enjoy.’
Dienes got into barbering because it was in his genes. Coming from three generations of barbers who are deeply passionate about it, it’s no wonder that he followed in his father and grandfather’s footsteps.
He says “Barbering is an Art. It has no limit. Every day I learn new things”.
Anuar has always had an affinity for all things “hair” since high school. Barbering was something that he had always wanted to do. It’s little surprise that he went straight into the world of barbering after leaving school.
Anuar began his hair journey in Malaysia and then moved to Singapore to expand his horizons and seek new adventures. With 6 years of experience under his belt, his passion shines through with each cut that he does.
Front of the House
Having spent 5.5 years studying Psychology, Astrid loves interacting with people. Being at the front of the house of Jermyn Street provides the perfect environment for her to do so. Every individual she comes across has a story to tell. Have a chat with her and she’ll tell you about Jermyn Street’s (and maybe her) story too.
we would love to have you visit soon!
OPENING HOURS: weekdays 9 am to 7 pm (wed 8 am to 7 pm), sat 9 am to 7 pm, sun closed
Address: 108 Amoy St, Singapore 069928