In Breakfast at Tiffany's, Audrey Hepburn says, 'that if I can find a real-life place that made me feel like Tiffany’s, then I’d buy some furniture and give the cat a name." For Hepburn, those cabinets of glittering jewels offer solace and confidence, which she uses to brighten up her everyday life. Every woman needs her own Tiffany’s, her own hideaway; I’ve been building mine in the styling and beauty industry since I was seventeen years old.
The client list that I've styled and who visit MACS salon has grown to include fabulous names such as: Kara Tointon, Stephen Fry, Johnny Rhys-Myers. It was also inspiring to have had the delight of Styling A.R Rahman for this years BAFTAS. The twice academy award winner and, perhaps the most prestigious of film composers, scored the film phenomenon, 'Slumdog Millionaire' as well as Danny Boyle's recent '127 Hours'. He exhumed panache in the Armani suit I chose for him.
While training under the supervision of Hollywood costumier Jonny Pray, I developed a keen eye for detail, taking care on every aspect of a style, to create an intricately developed wardrobe.
I was surrounded by the glamour of Hollywood and the luxuries that its stars experienced, but I believed that pampering should not be elitist and so I brought a little bit of L.A to London when I founded MACS London.
I endeavour to encompass glamour, beauty and flare at MACS London, to bring each and every one of you the pampering experience you deserve.