About Us

About Us

a bRIEF HISTORY OF Lambda Razors

Lambda Razors started making safety razors in 2019 as an experiment driven by my passion on traditional shaving. My long experience in 3D CAD Design and CNC programming gave me the opportunity to try to make a prototype of an open comb razor, called "Ares" by the Greek God of war. Judging by the name, this razor was meant to be aggressive and highly efficient. The razor was tested by several experienced shavers in Greece and it immediately collected positive feedback. It was a razor made by a special Al-Ni bronze alloy, which has relatively high corrosion resistance, much higher that plain brass but being a lot more expensive. Totally polished in mirror finish, this gives the impression of a golden effect. Presentation is key for our razors, so i decided to include a wooden case, made entirely out of solid mahogany wood using CNC machines. The whole package went very popular in the traditional shaving society, and this pushed me to start manufacturing Lambda Ares in low volume production. Later, in 2020, i presented an entirely new model, called Lambda Athena, which is a closed comb razor, with an entirely new design, featuring some innovations that were applied on safety razors for the first time. A prototype was produced which again collected excellent feedback. A low production batch was made, selling in less than 2 weeks to everywhere in the world, from Greece, to the USA, even to Japan. A second batch followed shortly after, again selling in 1 month time. Our plan include new models and using new materials for the production of our razors. We hope that you will continue acknowledge our work, and i take the opportunity to thank you for your support and interest.

Proudly made in Greece


We are putting a lot of effort to make sure manufacturing quality is top-notch.


We are not just some also runners. We are trying to be innovative.


We believe getting dressed should be the easiest part of your day.

The world needs to move fast to make a meaningful difference in the fight against climate change.

A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous. I am convinced that there can be luxury in simplicity. I wanted to dress the woman who lives and works, not the woman in a painting. It’s hard to balance everything. It’s always challenging. My relationships with producers or photographers – these are relationships that took years. I can’t get sucked into that celebrity thing, because I think it’s just crass. My aim is to make the poor look rich and the rich look poor. Vanity is the healthiest thing in life. I believe that my clothes can give people a better image of themselves – that it can increase their feelings of confidence and happiness. You can hide so much behind theatrics, and I don’t need to do that any more. I don’t really know how to do casual clothes.

Our Team

Edward Lindgren


Nado Husa


Chineze Afamefuna