Kelly Oubre Jr. Toasts Hawthorne's ‘Barbershop' Fragrance
5 monthes ago - By WWD
Smelling like your dad is the cool new thing. Who knew?
“When we were creating this Barbershop scent, we wanted it to have that lingering feeling that it had something that like, you know, your dad might wear,” said Hawthorne cofounder Brian Jeong. “But it's a little bit edgier. It's a little bit spicier...”
“Your dad wants to wear it now,” his cofounder Philip Wong chimed in.
The duo behind the fragrance brand partnered with Washington Wizards forward and NYFW: Men's ambassador Kelly Oubre Jr. to launch newest cologne Barbershop on Tuesday night, quite fittingly at the well-known Astor...
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