London based Scaramouche & Fandango conceived their male grooming concept after two of the co-founders spent an evening struggling to find a brand name. Their “eureka moment” happened when they stumbled across the world famous Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody.
The founders Ian Linaker, Kenny Harmel and Charlie Schofield wanted to produce travel-friendly male grooming products (100ml) with the added value of being able to fit through a letterbox. The range, including shampoo, conditioner, facial scrub, shaving cream, hydrator and body wash can be ordered online or via a smartphone app and delivered through the letterbox the next day. Again Scaramouche & Fandango need a range which was travel friendly so all of their products comply with the current hand luggage carry-on rules, preventing confusion and frustration at check-in.
The brand ethos led Scaramouche & Fandango to remove excessive packaging and base their products on good design, whilst at the same time creating a range that performs. Co-founder Ian Linaker said of the products:
“The response has been overwhelming, with so many people telling us they love the concept and brand. It has turned out to be very distinctive and the name in particular thoroughly reflects the spirit of the brand. With the likes of Spencer Matthews already a huge fan of the brand, word has travelled fast and the demand for product is huge”.
Available from www.nivenandjoshua.com.