Stylish hairdresser that’s tuned into its customers

Anyone wishing to avoid forced conversations about football or holidays should have their next trim at Teddington-based hairdresser Coup.

The salon’s background music is so popular with customers, apparently, that owner Nick Jardine and his graphic designer, Second Opinion director Mark Whitehouse, are releasing compilation CDs next month.

‘Slo-mo jazz, blunted stoner hip-hop and classic funk’ are on offer, says Jardine – ‘complete with sleeves that represent an ongoing evolution of the Coup identity’ (pictured). Not aimed at the Thursday morning pensioners market then.

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