Racking your brains for what to get him? Hopefully our ideas, with a range of price points to suit every budget, will be sure to have him smiling on Christmas day.
Fixie Pizza Cutter, £16
Make hangover pizza a little less painful with this bicycle pizza cutter, that will become a staple utensil in his cutlery drawer. We’re not sure ‘cycling’ through your pepperoni pizza will ever lose its novelty effect.
Paul Smith Ribbon Stripe Socks, £17
You can’t go wrong with a pair of socks, especially when they’re from Paul Smith. With an eye-popping range of prints and colours, you can select a pair for the most flamboyant of gents to the more minimal.
Update the watch he probably bought from Argos in his teens - Larsson & Jennings are a hit with everyone from bloggers to grandfathers for their classic yet modern aesthetic and Swiss Made mechanics, and you can even add his initials to the leather strap for extra brownie points.
A toothbrush sounds like the worst gift ever - but not when it’s a HAY toothbrush. Design enthusiasts will love the two-tone bristles and simple design that will take their bathroom game up a notch, making it perfect for a stocking filler.
If he doesn’t have a pair of these in his shoe collection, he’ll thank you for taking him back to basics with these classics. Timeless, versatile and comfortable, you’ll find it hard to not to buy a pair for yourself.
Invest in a luxuriously soft virgin wool scarf for him and you’ll rarely see him without it in winter. We love Acne for their cult classic selection - make sure he wears it with the label on the upside to up his street cred.
Get his beard on track for the New Year’s Eve party with our gift set - comprised of our Hadleigh's leather wash bag, our small olive wood handled Boar Bristle beard brush and a 60ml Creampot Tom’s beard balm for everything he needs to get his facial fur looking groomed and glossy.