Taking your time, enjoying the peace and quiet for a moment and leaving the hectic pace of the new day outside the bathroom door. That’s shaving culture, as we call it in the Ore Mountains, where the MÜHLE manufactory has been based for the past 75 years. Today, the family business in its third generation stands for sustainable products that are created by hand with genuine dedication. With contemporary and timeless design, avant-garde shapes and classics of wet shaving, tradition is just as important to us at MÜHLE as constantly looking to the future.
Whether shaving brushes, razors, safety razors, bowls or the right care product, the best materials combined with consistently sustainable business practices, that’s what MÜHLE is all about.
Products for cosmopolitan people. Made in Stützengrün.
To celebrate the launch of the new COMPANION razor, we collaborated with renowned artists Oskar Rink and Robert Seidel, as well as filmmakers Ertzui. The result is colourful, inimitable, entertaining and intuitive - much like the ritual of shaving itself.
For experts and those who want to become experts: an extra-steady hand is needed when wet shaving with a safety razor from the TRADITIONAL series.
But with a little practice, the morning ritual will soon become a pleasure you won’t be able to do without – precisely because it requires you to pause and take a little time out. MÜHLE manufactures this classic shaving accessory with detachable blades in two versions.
The safety razor with open comb facilitates a particularly direct shaving technique for the most discerning of experts. Shaving with a closed comb is a gentler experience, although the result is just as precise and thorough.
The most pleasant of all care rituals is, of course, a matching shaving brush. A classic product made of chrome-plated metal, optionally also in black, or a little more exclusive with an alloy of rose gold.
Even though it’s only been part of the range since 2018, you have the impression that the HEXAGON series is fully part of the MÜHLE line and is already becoming something of a classic. An interview with Mark Braun and Christian and Andreas Müller about the origins of the product and its role in the range.