Alfred Dunhill one of the most famous British luxury goods brand based in London where it also owns and operates a leather workshop. Specialized in ready-to-wear, custom and bespoke menswear, leather goods, and accessories.
History The business was developed by Alfred Dunhill after he inherited his father's saddlery business on London's Euston Road. Alfred Dunhill, responding to the growing demand for automobiles, developed a line of accessories called "Dunhill's Motorities". This first collection included car horns and lamps, leather overcoats, goggles, picnic sets and timepieces. Alfred Dunhill pitched the company under the slogan “Everything But The Motor”. In the 1920s, Alfred Dunhill, the founder, retired from the business. Alfred Dunhill sponsors golf tournaments, including the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
The Homes of Alfred Dunhill Alfred Dunhill have built a series of retail emporiums for men around the world, referred to as the Homes of Alfred Dunhill. These Homes aim to represent the experience of luxury, allowing the customer to live the brand. The retail environment is distinguished by a range of services – which include a bespoke tailoring service, barber’s shop, fine wine cellars, bar or restaurant, screening room, and spa. The Homes are in London, Shanghai and Tokyo, and Hong Kong. The Voice campaign was launched by Alfred Dunhill to celebrate British men who have achieved extraordinary things in their life. The cast of each campaign is always varied in age and background and presented in a series of black & white portraits and filmed interviews. Alfred Dunhill has also occasionally provided various accessories for the cinematic James Bond throughout the series. The association first in 1962 began when the production team requested a gunmetal cigarette lighter for Sean Connery's introduction in Dr. No. Alfred Dunhill Limited has licensed Inter Parfums, Inc. to produce and distribute fragrances under the Dunhill brand. The ten-year, worldwide agreement replaces Dunhill’s contract with Procter & Gamble, which ends in April, 2013. Developed in the mid-1950s, Dunhill produced one of the first butane gas lighters. This iconic design has remained relatively unchanged since and was regularly used by James Bond in both print and on the screen.
Brand description and/or history reference by courtesy of Wikipedia Dunhill Wiki A History of Dunhill Lighters Alfred Dunhill official site
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