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Fibre Royale: Why It's The Natural Choice

We met with Olivia Davies, Salon Manager and Senior hair stylist at Servilles, Newmarket to get the lowdown from the professionals on our new Fibre Royale hair product.

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Any Way You Like It And Of Course We've Had It In The Ear Before

Triumph & Disaster Ritual + Logic

 

Ritual + Logic – for a life run wild, a celebration of being ourselves, thinking for ourselves, a statement for men and women who are individuals.....

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Baby I'm a Wild One

Karekare Hair Tonic Sunset

Warning: Our new Karekare hair tonic may unleash your inner wild child…

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The Greasers Got Down – in New Hope, PA

Dion Nash and JP from Selvedge Yard

The party that cemented the love affair and what's coming next...

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Q&A with Linda Missal (our very own Greaser)

Meet the girl behind the bike and the back story that now finds this Brooklyn native on the trip of a lifetime in New Zealand.... all thanks to us.

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Promiscuous Ponsonby Pomade

Mary McCune

Mary McCune from New York has made this alluring short film using our Ponsonby Pomade as inspiration

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T&D Christmas Video

T&D Office Christmas photo

Merry Christmas from the team at Triumph & Disaster!  We put together a little video for you, we hope you enjoy it.

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"For Them. By Us." | The BlackHouse

Talitha Maddison BackHouse Brighton England

Tallitha Maddison talks to T&D about her passion for barbering, tattooing and choosing the road less travelled.

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"For Them. By Us." | Barberology

Meet Adam Gore and the team from Barberology in Birmingham, England.  We met up with them recently to find out what makes their barber shops so unique, and loved it so much we didn't want to leave.  You rock Barberology! Check out their story here

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Some advice is shit – so it pays to be your own best coach.

It's important to learn your own game, understand it and be able to judge what advice is good advice and useful to you, and what advice is not.  As we are fast approaching summer in the southern hemisphere, we take this philosophy and apply it to knowing your skin, what works for it, and knowing what you're putting on it continue reading

Dion Nash - story about being your own best coach

 

 

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