Haircut — 1500 rubles
The barber’s shop is opened by founders of the tattoo studio Faux Pas. These are illustrator Evgeny Murushkin and GQ website editor Alexander Ermilov. A tattoo salon will become a part of the new place.
The barber is Kolya Strizh.
OrganizationThe studio is divided into three zones.
In the first zone, they cut your hair.
In the second zone, they make tattoos.
The third zone is a waiting lounge with a vintage leather sofa from Berlin, whiskey, iMaс on the wall and magazines like Fantastic Man Jacques and American GQ.
In the fridge you’ll find American beer. Sound: vintage 20 000 rubles Denon.
'By underground. Alight at ‘Pushkinskaya’ station to ‘Piramida’ and go down Tverskaya Street in the direction of ‘Mayakovskaya’. Right before the grocery ‘Bakhetle’ go through the arch — this is Degtyarny lane. Go one hundred more meters and on the right between two office buildings you’ll see a bar. Go behind it.
By car. The access is possible if you take Tverskaya Street only. Reach the new Intercontinental Hotel, make a turn through the arch to get to Degtyarny lane and park your car near the glass office building. This is Philip Morris. The barber's shop is right behind it.’
It is here where you can expect your haircut to be done ‘raz-dva‘ (‘chop-chop’ or ‘very quickly’ in Russian)