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Hadley Yates opens upsized salon in Covent Garden

Sophie Smith
15 April 2024

Hair extensions specialist Hadley Yates has opened an upsized salon in London's Covent Garden, as landlord Shaftesbury Capital gets ready to welcome additional brands to the area.

Following previous success within the Seven Dials neighbourhood, Hadley Yates has opened its new studio on Shelton Street.

The relocation comes in response to the boutique's growing client list and marks the only UK studio to offer both scalp health services and in-house treatments, including colouring and cutting, in partnership with haircare specialists Act+Acre.

The opening comes as piercing studio and jewellery retailer Metal Morphosis launches a new concept studio on Earlham Street.

With clients including Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Millie Bobby Brown, the family-founded business has built its reputation on providing an array of trusted piercing services.

The new studio will evolve the brand’s offer further with a number of bespoke services, including fine line tattoos. Clients will also be able book with guest piercers and tattoo artists.

Meanwhile, French candlemaker Trudon has also signed for its UK bricks-and-mortar debut in Covent Garden’s Seven Dials.

The heritage brand, which was founded in 1643, is the oldest, active candlemaker in the world and together with Shaftesbury Capital, will open its UK debut store this June.

Manufactured in Normandy, the brand offers a range of luxury candles, perfumes, diffusers and room sprays.

The new boutique will be located on Monmouth Street, joining fellow artisan and heritage brands Aesop, Kiehl’s, Le Labo, Miller Harris, Pierre Herme Paris, and Elemis, which is set to open its first standalone London-based store in late spring.

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