In the year that the world's largest railroad was born, so was he. A charming nobleman born to privilege - but a free spirit that society would never confine.
His timeless elegance and style defined class, his words spoke to the people and his essence embodied the true spirit of man.
A highly respected individual he was, much like the barbers of ancient times, he was a man of influence. He was more than a stylist, he was more than a beautician, he was a luminary by power of charm.
But this enchantment was not one all would regard and the people were warned not to be influenced by this unsightly man - but unsightly he was not. The people's favourite antonym he would become - he was The Ugly Barber.