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Long before the facial-hair frenzy begot the male grooming renaissance, Aidan Gill championed the art of gentlemanliness. Sharp-dressed men and those in need of gifts for same will find fine accessories and old-fashioned grooming implements brought thoroughly up to date: elegant shaving brushes, hand-held razors, colognes, and top-shelf skin and hair products. Their superb services start with a hot towel and finish with a whiskey (no less authority than Playboy dubbed its $40 Shave at the End of the Galaxy the best in America).