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Over the years, Tom Dixon and his eponymous brand have collaborated with some other renowned names to create some pretty interesting products. He designed a coat rack that looks like paper clips, a gorgeous glass and wood decanter and the modular IKEA DELAKTIG Couch. The modular hits keep coming because he teamed up with Harry’s shaving to create a razor bar for the London Design Festival. There was a full four-piece setup that included a minimal and streamlined mirror, brush and storage bar base, but the best part of the entire setup was the modular razor you got to design and build yourself. The razor handle had a cylindrical aluminum interior that you would slide aluminum blocks of various shapes and sizes over to create a unique razor you designed and assembled yourself. The only downside to the all aluminum setup is that you had to get one at the London Design Festival. Here’s hoping they take the show on the road to more design festivals.

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Dress shirts have followed the same blueprint for as long as we can remember, and that’s not a good thing. They could be better in almost every way but no one is doing anything about it–except for Mizzen+Main. Mizzen+Main combined the comfort and flexibility of your favorite athletic wear with the fit and style of a custom dress shirt. Mizzen+Main dress shirts are machine washable, wrinkle resistant, sweat wicking, require no ironing, and have 4-way stretch. In other words, Mizzen+Main dress shirts are designed to move as much as you do on a regular basis.