Alfred Dunhill. Having trained as an apprentice craftsman within his father’s equestrian saddlery and harness making business
in 1893 the 21 year old Alfred Dunhill inherited the enterprise. It is said of the young Alfred that he had a passion for good craftsmanship, it became something of a religion to him.
As a testament to his innovative spirit, Alfred Dunhill’s spark at the dawn of the age of motoring has led to a journey that has spanned the globe many times over. 100 years later we continue to realise his vision of innovation for the contemporary gentleman. – Timeline
Alfred Dunhill is a very british traditional brand. It is in seven (7) locations in London. One (1) house, five (5) stores including concessions and two (2) service centres. Service centres for Alfred Dunhill are where timepieces / jewellery, leather goods, writing instruments and lighters get repaired if they’re need to. The flagship store for Alfred Dunhill, which it calls the house is not only where they sell their products, but even services.
The Georgian mansion is the only detached house in Mayfair, and represents a home from home for Alfred Dunhill’s clients. Steeped in the history of British royalty and fashion aristocracy, it was once the London residence of the Duke of Westminster, and played host to the likes of Coco Chanel. Now updated with a smart contemporary clubhouse feel, it’s an oasis of calm in the heart of the city, and offers the finest Alfred Dunhill products alongside unique services such as a traditional barber, luxurious spa and private screening room.
Alfred Dunhill only caters for the males. It’s a menswear brand and offers the following products:
- Leather Goods
- Made to measure
Alfred Dunhill’s AW 2014…
Art Directed by Ronnie Cooke Newhouse of House and Holme, the campaign highlights key looks from the new Autumn/Winter collection. The starting point of the campaign is Alfred Dunhill’s ‘Motorities’ – the self-styled term he coined for all accessories created for stylish car travel. The new collection is noticeably more dapper, while still combining an understated appearance with a very British sense of appropriateness and inherent wearability.