Robert Chambers Hair Group celebrates 50 years in business


Robert Chambers, widely regarded as one of Irelands most prestigious and successful hair dalons, celebrated 50 years in business and its partnership with Wella Professionals, at its iconic salon on Dublin’s Grafton Street last night.

Robert and Tamar Chambers

VIP and invited guests were welcomed to the Salon by Robert Chambers, the first named ICON of Irish Hairdressing, his daughter Tamar and his son Athos. Tamar Chambers, Artistic Director of the group and her brother, Style Director Athos Chambers together with Robert, have collectively worked hard to ensure that the Robert Chambers brand serves the people of Ireland with the same high standard today as it did when it first opened its doors 50 years ago.

Holly Carpenter

Guests at the event included model and influencer Holly Carpenter, photographer Barry McCall, fashion designer Brendan Courtney alongside stylist Cathy O’Connor. Attendees were treated to delicious canapés and bubbles to celebrate the salon’s success.

Stylist Cathy O’Connor

The Salon, located in a beautiful, classic Victorian building spread over three floors above Dublin’s famous Grafton Street, showcases the brands energy and vision. Contemporary and beautiful, clients receive expert advice and 5-star customer service in a tranquil, light-filled setting, overlooking the busy street below.

Rebecca Fisher

The Robert Chambers Group consists of a team of creative, energetic Stylists and Master Colourists in the Robert Chambers Flagship Salon, Lunatic Fringe Creative Salon, and the Robert Chambers Academy, which is the first established and longest-running hairdressing training school in Ireland.

Orla Quinn and Zab Malik

Speaking at the anniversary celebrations, Robert Chambers said “We are thrilled to be celebrating 50 years serving our beloved clients in partnership with Wella Professionals. We pride ourselves on offering contemporary and innovative services and we will continue to deliver these treatments to the people of Ireland for many years to come”.

Robert Chambers, Lunatic Fringe and The Academy, 69, Grafton Street, Dublin 2 are open Tuesday to Saturday inclusive. For more information, including opening hours, visit


Main feature image: Robert and Tamar Chambers, Tatiana Suvorova and Max Amen