Hence, mustache combs.
But utility does not mean boring.
Hence, tortoiseshell mustache combs.
So we present Haberdash EDC, focused on upgrading all of life’s little necessities: candles that smell like ski lodges, shaving cream imported from Italy, wingtip boots and heritage lumberjack shirts—for your most formal logrolling affairs.
Located a couple doors down from the Haberdash in Tree Studios, this offshoot expands the original’s inventory of shoes, bags, key chains and badger-hair shaving brushes. Speaking of which, you’ll probably notice the barber chair looking into the studio courtyard—soon it will be used for straight-razor shave events. (Nothing says party like sharp objects and booze.)
Obviously, keep this in mind for last-minute gifts: a coffee-table book of Dennis Hopper photographs, a surgical-steel-grade cigar cutter, and—boom—Grandma’s done. But mostly this place is for you: there’s a killer selection of all things wingtipped and/or brogue in the front of the store, and a vast selection of leather bracelets, wallets, cocktail coasters and dog collars, all from a small Oregon tannery.
Your dog can be very choosy about what he puts drinks on.