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Harry's Goes Brick and Mortar With Soho Corner Shop

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Dapper gents looking for a shave and a cut can line up at Corner Shop starting tomorrow. The barbershop is an offline extension of Harry's, the affordable luxury men's grooming brand from Warby Parker co-founder Jeff Raider and partner Andy Katz-Mayfield. In addition to the creams and hand-crafted razors Harry's is known for, guys can also shop Makr leathers, Hanes white tees, Sleepy Jones boxers, and other manly accoutrements.

Those looking for a little more on the grooming end can book an appointment for a little one-on-one time with a barber. Whichever service you choose, you can kick back in the refurbished 1920s Koken barber chairs. Right now, Corner Shop is offering shaves, cuts, buzzes, and trims at prices between $15 and $60.
—Cambrey Thomas
· Harry's [Official Site]