Since 1893, dunhill has remained synonymous with a very British type of masculine elegance. Innovative products and uncompromising quality were the accomplishment of the young businessman Alfred Dunhill and these values are central to the continued success of the brand. Today, the house remains faithful to the enduring spirit of its founder, and has for many years been associated with the highest craftsmanship delivering the finest in luxury menswear and accessories.
The brand has a firm foothold in London’s luxury quarter, including a longstanding placement on Jermyn Street and its flagship store and quintessential home on Davies Street, Bourdon House. Once the home of the Duke of Westminster, Bourdon House embodies the full brand lifestyle going far beyond the traditional retail experience.
Bourdon House offers the full dunhill experience including a traditional Barber’s shop, shoe shining, humidor, and café with seating both indoors and outdoors in the house’s courtyard.
As well as a broad range of ready-to-wear, the company is also famed for its tailoring and has employed one of Savile Row’s master tailors to head up the bespoke service offered in Bourdon House’s bespoke workshop.
The bespoke service extends past suiting and also includes leather goods, an enduring signature of dunhill’s heritage. The company’s senior leather craftsman, who resides in the dunhill leather workshop in Walthamstow, East London, is on hand in the House every Thursday to take consultations for bespoke leather goods. Should a customer seek a minor adjustment or completely new creation, the highly skilled team of leather artisans will deliver a superior product. With materials sourced from the top tanneries across the globe, as well as exotic skins from the best sustainable farms, a bespoke leather product from dunhill is a product for life.
For your next bridle leather holdall, a Made-To-Measure or bespoke suit, or to simply relax with a selection of some of the world’s finest cigars, be sure to come to dunhill’s Bourdon House on your next visit to London.