We are a wholly privately owned umbrella company, housing a range of complimentary businesses under one roof.
The offices are based in the centre of London’s creative East End, in one of the oldest houses in the city. Dating from 1710, our home may be steeped in history, but our thinking is modern and our approach unique to the industry.
Our work focuses on talent management, talent scouting, brand creation, building and management, licensing, talent procurement, endorsements and rights management.
Taking a 5D approach to our work, we look at an integrated system within the group; the sight, sound, look, feel and smell is perhaps surprisingly the key to the way in which we work.
Hersheson's gave Emily Johnston, founder and editor of fashion blog Fashion Foie Gras, a daily makeover during London Fashion Week AW14.
Handing over her hair reins to the professionals at Hersheson, Emily allowed the London based blow-dry bar team to do their magic - assembling designs based on the weather, her outfit and needs for the day.
Over the week, Emily came out of Hersheson with bouncing curls, perfected blow-outs, intricate fish plaits and divine braids.
Unsigned were treated to an experience like no other – a dinner on the Orient Express hosted by Marcus Wareing with the team behind his Kings Cross St Pancras restaurant, The Gilbert Scott, at the helm.
Meeting at Victoria station, guests including Tom Ford’s Adam Wilkie, British Fashion Council’s Gemma Ebelis and Unsigned’s Gavin Myall and Chimere Cisse drank Tanqueray No.10 1873 cocktails before embarking on their round-trip journey on the most romantic train on earth.
Featuring a tantalising menu - Dorset crab, smoked eel Kedgeree, slow-cooked ox cheek with brown butter mash, and Yorkshire rhubarb - created by The Gilbert Scott’s Head Chef, Chantelle Nicholson, the six courses were an homage to the best of Britain.