Grooming Pack By found/Founded For Dunhill London

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A blend of minimalism and elegance, the Grooming Pack designed by Seoul-based studio found/Founded proposes the next step in the style evolution of iconic UK brand Dunhill. The conceptual design provides a contemporary view of the ordinary shaving set. It recasts the everyday items as sleek and refined objects that are functional but also enhance the appearance of any modern bathroom décor.

Following on the footsteps of Alfred Dunhill’s design approach – simplicity combined with high-quality materials – the Grooming Pack features clean lines as well as matt metallic surfaces. The set includes a razor, a shaving cream, and a blade cleaner. Subtle and elegant, the Dunhill logo appears engraved on the handle of the razor and on the bottom of the shaving cream bottle. This creative decision perfectly maintains the ultra-clean look of the set while also adding a sophisticated finishing touch. The studio proposes three different colors for the Grooming Pack: silver, black, and bronze. Photographs© found/Founded.

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