I spent the day with entrepreneur Michael James. He is the founder of Frederick Benjamin Grooming. We have a conversation about how he turned his work experience into his passion, we strolled along 125th street, visited Levels barber Shop, learned the inspiration behind the name of his company and we end the day at one of his downtown retail accounts – Georgia on houston avenue (bowery) in Nolita. Full disclosure, Michael gave me some samples. I am now a customer. I have been getting compliments on my hair all over NYC..lol…
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