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Apothecary 87's Zombie Collection Inspired by '20s Hair & Vintage Styles

Lauren Salapatek | October 27, 2016 | 12:27 PM
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Apothecary 87, a line of men's grooming products that includes a full Lifestyle Range of products, was feeling inspired by Halloween this season and created this collection that focuses entirely on zombies.

Apothecary 87 ethos centers around four key words; vintage, quality, fun and masculine. As a British based brand, Apothecary 87 manufactures all of their products in the UK, using ingredients from UK suppliers, with an intent to use natural ingredients wherever possible, all which are ethically sourced.

Taking inspiration from the wonderful 1920’s prohibition era and early vintage barbershops, Apothecary 87 has created a brand steeped in tradition, giving that authentic and very real vintage masculine feel as you can see in this collection right here.

The full product line contains beard oils, clay and regular pomades, moustache wax, shave cream and shave oil.

For more information, visit http://www.apothecary87.co.uk.

Credits:
Hairstyling: Apothecary 87
Art Direction: Scott James North
Photography: Liam oakes

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