what's up at the klinik

Book Release – Guide to London featuring female entrepreneurs

Covet London is a guide celebrating female entrepreneurs and all they have accomplished. These women add diversity to this great City by putting their hearts into their business and giving back to their communities.
The Covet Guide connects you with inspiring female entrepreneurs who help shape the culture of this eclectic city. You will be introduced to a diverse range of creative, talented women in business; from innovative fashion designers with the latest styles, to hands on healers that miraculously dissolve your stresses to food experts with delectable delights.   These are the people we love to meet, the places and spaces that nourish us, the resources that we covet!

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15 Year Anniversary - a brief history of the klinik's journey

"Time flies when you are having fun" that is so true in the klinik story. 15 years have passed by and I can clearly remember every moment of what the klinik team have been up to. From starting up, moving location, parties, and trips abroad to………………oh I forgot…….all the hairstyling!
The klinik started in the autumn of 1998 at 65 Exmouth Market. Together with the excellent architectural team, (24/ 7) Block, we both embarked on working together on our first project. That turned into the beginning of something great! It was a quirky small building, but I loved what it transformed into. 10 years on and growing I decided to move location and create an even better place.

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Valentina is back!

With nearly twenty years experience in the industry my hairdressing career has taken me from salons to music videos and fashion shoots in London and across Italy. My diverse and eclectic creative inspiration is drawn from subcultures, my love of esoteric cinema, art and music and from my particular interest in vintage styling. With these influences my hairdressing vision can be wild, passionate and adventurous. However, with every ying there is a yang and my spiritual side is reflected in my love of yoga, this has a calming influence and brings a more holistic approach to what I do.

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The relationships that last longer than marriage

Some people tell their hairdresser more than they'd tell their family. And there are those who would travel further for them and on a more regular basis.
It's been reported that a loyalty survey of 2,000 adults found hairdressers are the businesses that customers are most loyal to, with two-thirds of consumers stating that they would continue to go to the same hairdressers, without even thinking of switching to another salon.

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