Harry is the most popular boy baby name in the UK. (Prince Harry does get into the papers quite a bit. And then there was that series of books about a kid wizard.) Could a brand of high-end shaving razors be adding to the name’s popularity, too? The two American entrepreneurs behind Harry’s Shaving Razors, who invested $100 million into a 93-year-old German razor blade factory, would like to think so.
For Father’s Day, Harry’s is offering an irrestible Father & Son Shave Set ($30) that includes a real razor for dad and a toy razor for son. For the full brand treatment, browse Harry’s magazine, Five O’Clock, which features profiles and photos of Harry’s customers like Luke and Bryan Holden of Luke’s Lobster in Maine, and Brooklyn martial artist Jimmy Jolliff. If that’s not enough to get you in the mood to shave with style, stop by Harry’s Corner Shop in New York City’s Greenwich Village.