With its roots deeply immersed in London society, it is perhaps inevitable that the company’s past encompasses historic touchpoints throughout history. Truefitt has served nine reigning monarchs, was endorsed by Queen Victoria, received an enthusiastic nod by Charles Dickens in ‘The Uncommercial Traveller’, made a presence on the Titanic and hosted a clientele including Oscar Wilde, Sir Winston Churchill, Alfred Hitchcock, David Niven and Frank Sinatra.
Facing the future
Today, the significance of our legacy and heritage underpins Truefitt & Hill. Our business ethos of preserving British heritage and craft is responsible for our choice of suppliers and for our grooming products are proudly manufactured in Britain. Whilst our company’s growth is driven by the ever-evolving requirements of the modern man, our approach is firmly anchored in our commitment to protecting the environment. Truefitt & Hill is proud to be recognised as the first and only carbon neutral barbershop in the UK.