The launch of Rockets Man will bring Sean Barber’s unique and special vision to life, to create a bespoke and luxurious space for men to unwind or celebrate life in style...

Rockets Man is no ordinary barber shop. It will become a melting pot of bespoke male grooming services, designed with the modern man in mind. This new space caters to the man who is smooth, sophisticated and slick, the man with a discerning outlook on life and how he lives it.

What sets Rockets Man apart from the other barbershops, is its exceptional offering and unique mission. Men are spoilt for choice as they have access to a combination of rock-star barbers, tailors and technicians, all in an exclusive environment. Whether it be to meet others or to relax in a comfortable atmosphere, Rockets Man offers likeminded individuals the opportunity to come together and network, relax, or enjoy a whiskey and buy a cigar while being treated with extraordinary after a busy day. A shop designed to follow your lead, Rockets Man can be a luxurious retreat or sophisticated hangout with the boys. Its up to you.

It’s your style

Think of Rockets Man as an environment for those who are moving forward. A tailored, exquisitely intimate and textured space that can be found amidst the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg.

“The idea is so much more than the bricks and mortar of a shop. These stores will become a fusion of slick treatments, bespoke services and luxurious trimmings. We understand a man’s way of life and want to ensure that there is a unique and personalised environment for men to feel at home while letting the space become an extension of themselves,” says Owner and Entrepreneur, Sean Barber.

Because only the best will do, Rockets Man has also designed a range of luxurious products specifically formulated for local conditions. The new line of products will be launched to the market later in the year.

Rockets Man has opened in Sandton City – by appointment only, with stores in Rosebank and Fourways following suit in the upcoming months.

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