Besides styling needs, You and Sundry offers something even more important: a safe space.
When Kim Goulbourne learned her barber would be leaving soon, she realized she needed to do something. And she needed to do it quickly.
As anyone who regularly visits a salon knows, it’s often difficult to find one person who gives you the perfect haircut each time. That journey gets even more challenging when it comes to women and nonbinary people with short hair who want a trim or a scalp design at a barbershop. Goulbourne knew she wasn’t alone, so she created a barbershop pop-up geared directly toward women and LGBTQ people.