NEW YORK: The Corner Shop
By Sarah Ryan Hecht

The Men’s Retro Grooming trend continues with the opening of Harry’s Corner Shop.

Nov 12, 2013
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The Men’s Retro Grooming trend continues with the opening of Harry’s Corner Shop. Founded by Warby Parker alum Jeff Raider and his partner Andy Katz-Mayfield, the online men’s grooming brand has entered offline markets with the opening of its first dedicated barbershop. Not only are the coveted grooming tools stocked here, but this SoHo space also comes fully furnished with 1920s old-school barber chairs and the personnel to match. Services here are quality but also affordable – beard trims, shaves and haircuts are priced anywhere from $15-$35. In addition to the full grooming range, Makr leather goods, Sleepy Jones sleepwear and Public-Supply notebooks finalize the offering. Book an appointment online or head to SoHo for the complete retro grooming experience. –Sarah Ryan Hecht 

Harry’s Corner Shop

64 MacDougal Street / 1 646 964 5193

Monday through Friday 11am – 8pm; Saturday 10am – 6pm

Photos courtesy of Selectism


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