COS SAKKAS

cos sakkas  Cos is a TONI&GUY International Artistic Director and Head of Education.

  He won London Hairdresser of the Year in 2008, 2014 & 2015

  and entered the Hall of Fame in 2016. He coordinates numerous

  creative projects, from internal to international events, whilst proving his

  outstanding session experience and dynamic stage presence at industry shows,

  global seminars and as a leader at London Fashion Week.

 

 

EFI DAVIES

EFI DAVIES    As an International Artistic Director for TONI&GUY,

   Efi is a vital session stylist team member and innovator in avant garde hair.

   She has won the title of both ‘Newcomer of the Year’ and ‘Avant Garde

   Hairdresser of the Year.’ Her role ranges from frequently travelling

   abroad to leading teams at London Fashion Week as well as working

   on an array of high-fashion shoots.

 

 

 

 

SIOBHAN  GOLDEN

SIOBHAN GOLDEN    Technical TONI&GUY Artistic Director Siobhan, a key

    educator and the latest edition to the Technical Artistic Team,

    is a budding creative talent and winner of the L’Oréal Colour

   Trophy – London Young Colourist Award.

  

 

 

PHILIPP HAUG

PHILIPP HAUG

  As a TONI&GUY International Artistic Director, Philipp first joined TONI&GUY

  in 1999 where he worked in the Berlin salon, quickly  progressing within the

  company. He teaches at the TONI&GUY London Academy where he enjoys

  imparting his knowledge and wealth of hairdressing experience to young,

  emerging talent. Considered a London Fashion Week veteran, Philipp has

  worked backstage as part of the TONI&GUY Session Team for 11 seasons and counting!

 

SOPHIE   SPRINGETT

SOPHIE SPRINGETT  TONI&GUY london academy educator Winner of Newcomer of the year at the

  British hairdressing awards 2015. Finalist for newcomer of the year 2014. 

  Sophie is a daily moodboard builder, starting with fabrics and materials and

  techniques that can be translated to hair, such as knitting, sewing, knotting and weaving.

  Nature and global architecture also find their place. “I almost never like what I’ve created at first,

  but what’s important is that I always complete the look,” she says.