XMAS-READY: THE ALLUDE GIFT GUIDE FOR MEN
What do you gift someone who claims to have everything? Finding the perfect Christmas present for dad, brother, friend or husband often feels like a Mission Impossible. But like every year, we won’t let you down on the pondering. Here come our handpicked gift ideas for the most important men in your life:
Coffee Maker Set „Slow“ by Kinto
For coffee lovers with style and a passion for nostalgia! The coffee brewer set from Japanese manufacturer Kinto celebrates coffee making as a meditative process. Just press the button and drink – anyone can do that. But as we all know, the strength lies in the calmness. And so does the taste. The beautifully shaped “Slow Brewer” promises maximum coffee enjoyment and a guaranteed relaxed start into the day.
Cashmere-Mix Jogger Pants by Allude
Here comes Allude’s luxury interpretation of track pants! It is comfortable and cool like a sporty sweatpants and at the same time no less chic than a denim or chino. Because the fine cashmere-merino mix gives the dark blue jogger pants an elegant style upgrade and escorts men stylishly from the sofa to the streets. A gift that is sure to become one of his favourite pieces!
Backgammon Game by Hector Saxe
How about a game match together? All analog, without using an app or controller – oldschool so to speak! The exquisitely crafted backgammon set of French label Hector Saxe not only convinces with highest quality, but also with its elegant look in brown suede. The practical thing: the playing field can be rolled up into a bag after the game and is therefore perfect for all traveling players.
Beard Oil by Le Labo
No matter if moustache or full beard – facial hair is trendy and fashionable. As long as the beard is tamed and groomed, of course. The Beard Oil from Le Labo is a great way to help. With purely natural ingredients such as sunflower extract, rapeseed and jojoba oil, it provides plenty of moisture, nourishes and protects the hairs and makes them smooth. And it also provides a wonderfully fresh scent with bergamot, violet and tonka bean.
Bar Car „Come as you are“ by Dante Goods and Bads
For a cheerful evening in your living room at home, one thing is absolutely essential: a well-stocked house bar. With Dante Goods and Bad’s reinterpretation of the classic serving trolley, your favourite whiskey, gin and liqueurs can be impressively presented. “The good, the bad and never the ugly” is the motto of the German design duo. The bar trolley with the title “Come as you are” has been reduced to its essential elements and features a minimalist steel frame. A stylish object to show off – not only for spirits.
Fountain Pen „Varius Ivanhoé“ by Caran d’Ache
Ever wish to receive a handwritten note, a postcard or even a letter again? Then do yourself a favour and give away writing supplies. Like the absolutely luxurious “Varius Ivanhoé” fountain pen from the traditional Swiss company Caran d’Ache. The silver- and rhodium-plated pen with a unique, indestructible coating lies so flatteringly and elegantly in the hand that you are guaranteed to receive one handwritten thank-you card after the other. Extra beautiful: an engraving makes the gift even more personal.
Cashmere Fly-Set by Allude
For global nomads who want to explore the world without sacrificing comfort, ALLUDE’s Fly-Set is an absolute “must”! The Cashmere Travel Set with its large blanket, comfortable socks, fluffy pillow and satin eye mask is the perfect travel buddy to relax in style above the clouds. So dear travel junkies: Please fasten your seatbelt…and relax!
Tool-Kit by WohnGeist
Functional, classy and of the highest quality – the tool case from WohnGeist is the perfect gift for passionate craftsmen and those who want to become one. The seven-piece set impressively combines the essence of craftsmanship in a small, handy solid wood case with luxurious leather handles. Thanks to built-in magnets, the tools, such as the Swiss Army Knife, pliers or hammer, remain well stored in the case. This means there are no more excuses and the long overdue renovation can begin…
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