James Galvin/Style Director

In the same way that Daniel invented and reinvented the standards of modern hair colouring, James takes a unique approach to modern hair cutting, constantly taking inspiration from the ever changing street culture and art scene that London has to offer. James has spent time training with other big hair industry names, along with work as a photographic and fashion session stylist and founder of an independent salon in Los Angeles and has poured his broad experience into his role in the ‘family business’.

He brings new perspective to every haircut and like his father before him James is an innovator and is skilled in selecting just the right techniques to design a bespoke haircut for his clients. He has a passion for wearable, low maintenance bespoke style that flatter the wearer and his skills include everything from long, loose and natural hair to short graphic bobs. James’ warm and attentive personality puts him in demand for salon and celebrity clients alike and is called upon as an educator as well as being named the Kérastase UK Brand Ambassador.

Worked with: Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, TV and London NYC Fashion week. Experienced with industries including music, fashion, TV, media and more.

For information, availability and bookings please call 0207 486 9661.

At Daniel Galvin Since:



Tuesday- Saturday 9am - 6pm


£250 for a cut & blow-dry
£100 for a blow-dry
£125 for a gents cut

Based At:

Marylebone Salon, Kensington Salon

All salons are temporarily closed. To all our clients who we consider to be our extended DG family. Unfortunately it has come to the point where we have to take the very difficult decision to temporarily close the doors to all our Daniel Galvin Salons due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic as of Saturday 21st March. Our main Daniel Galvin telephone line 020 7486 8601 and email appointments@danielgalvin.com will remain open. We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible. Stay safe and take care. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. All at Daniel Galvin xx