Warby Parker cofounder Jeff Raider and business partner Andy Katz-Mayfield launched grooming brand Harry’s this past March and opened the e-commerce platform’s first 1920s-esque barbershop. The space features two traditional chairs and minimalist furniture. Aside from affordable cuts ($35) and shaves ($30), the shop offers clients a completely individualized appointment: Barbers use iPads to snap headshots and update digital profiles of each customer, detailing all of his previous cuts, shaves and purchases. But you don’t have to be in need of a trim to explore the merchandise stocked on ashwood shelves, including Hanes white cotton tees ($5), Sleepy Jones striped socks ($24), and Harry’s razors ($10) and shave cream ($8). You can also pick up Makr leather wallets ($110), Public Supply notebooks ($12) and even Best Made Belgian dart sets ($122).
|Venue name:||Harry’s Corner Shop||Contact:|
64 MacDougal St
|Cross street:||at Houston St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 11am–8pm, Sat 10am–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to Houston St|
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