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  • Legends is a welcoming, cool yet classic barber shop for the modern gentleman to take the time to relax.

    When Mustafa Osman established Legends in the year 2000, the vision was to make it the first barbershop in North London to re-imagine the very best iconic eras that embodied the masculine hair style.  The end result was creating an establishment that delivers a classic grooming environment for men where highly skilled barbers deliver the finest hair cuts.

  • Founder & Head Barber

    Mustafa Osman

    Contemporary Vintage

    From a young age, Mus grew up in a barber shop. As a young boy, he began to learn the barbering traditions from the hand of his father.  His barbering talents and skill later became polished by attending Vidal Sassoon's Hairdressing school. He worked 8 years as a professional before opening Legends in the year 2000.

  • Senior Barber

    Mustafa Hussein

    Sharp Cuts

    Despite preferring short hair for himself, deceivingly Mus' favourite era for men's hair is from the 1950's.  Having received his training from City & Guilds he has the technical skill-set to transform an average hairstyle to an iconic look.  Specialising in short and long cutting, you will be sure to leave with a super cut.

  • Senior Barber

    Mevlit Osman

    The Midas Touch

    A pro of over 45 years, Mevlit is a classic barber in every word. Ran his own barber shop in London for 28 years, and still has the same customers today.  The best cut throat shave you are likely to have.  He also makes a great cup of tea, so come in and he will tell you about the time he met Muhammad Ali in the 70's.

  • Barber

    Charlie Klitos

    Progressive Styling

    Legends young gun Charlie K specialises in current cuts and has positioned himself as the trending creative. As a graduate of barbering, he represents the future and is an example to any budding stylist. His interests include watching old classic Kung-Fu movies with a beer and rib-eye steak. 

  • If you don't look good, we don't look good.

    Mr. Vidal Sassoon (1928- 2012)