Editor's Picks: 10 Holiday Gifts for Him
Vinyl is key when it comes to tunes, and if you want to hear music the way that it’s meant to be heard, the shiny new McIntosh MT-5 is seriously groovy.
MT-5 precision turntable, McIntosh ($6,500).
When technologically advanced luggage company Rimowa meets covetable down jacket brand Moncler, the Topas Stealth bespoke suitcase is born.
Topas Stealth cabin trolley bespoke suitcase, Moncler & Rimowa ($1,700). available at moncler.com
This cologne smells sublime, and the attention to flacon design is as smart as the fragrance itself.
Backpacker’s Cologne, Juniper Ridge Siskiyou ($100). available at baseworld.com
I have long been obsessed with Eduardo Garza's sculptural interior design pieces, and his cuff links are like little works of art, too.
Sea urchin cuff links, Eduardo Garza ($450).
The craftsmanship of Harry's products is unparalleled; the brand has filled a void in a marketplace of men who crave a clean shave.
Winston shave set with engraved handle, Harry’s ($40).
Super-cool sunnies are a great gift to give, and John Varvatos is always reliable for hip shapes like the square.
Square-framed smoke sunglasses, John Varvatos ($230).
Smythson is the epitome of luxury leather goods. Its just-launched iPad Air sleeves are made of cross-grain calf leather and come in a range of contrasting shades.
Panama Collection iPad Air Sleeve, Smythson of Bond Street ($380).
I just adore these dapper velvet evening slippers, because guys can get glam, too.
Dandy evening slipper, Christian Louboutin ($1,945).
Audemars Piguet is the oldest family-owned fine watchmaking brand—and each of its timepieces echoes the brand's commitment to excellence.
Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph watch, Audemars Piguet ($37,700).
The recently launched Accompanyus.com is a global destination for artisan-made items that are fair trade, philanthropic, and ultra-chic.
Philanthropist briefcase, Apolis (396.00). available at accompanyus.com