What to buy the man who has everything this festive season? Easy. Our pick of the ultimate Christmas gifts for men caters for all tastes and predilections. The perfect fake watches is best choice. Proving it’s a myth that finding Christmas gifts for him is an impossible task, our edit is chosen from the good and the great of everything we cover at GQ – perfect if you’re buying for someone else or simply drawing up your own list for Mr Claus. Running the gamut from gentlemanly essentials to down-to-earth delights, we ho-ho-hope you find something to your liking in here…
Masterclass annual subscription
Ever wanted to learn to cook from Gordon Ramsay? How to make films from Martin Scorsese? Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn to write with Malcolm Gladwell or Margaret Atwood? If you or anyone you know ever felt in need of advice from industry titans to get better at a side hustle or hobby, Masterclass is an ideal gift. From £14.17 per month.
Beerwulf The Sub
Get ahead of pub curfews by bringing the beer tap home this Christmas. The Sub holds two litres of your favourite beer at an optimal 2C, for up to 15 days, ensuring that when you’re booted out of the bars, the party will go on at home. £99.
High Quality Fake Cartier Tank Solo
Favoured by such icons as Muhammad Ali, Clark Gable, Jackie Kennedy, Andy Warhol and Princess Diana, the Cartier Tank replica usa with silver dial is an absolutely classic timepiece to consider for your next horological investment. Uber-sophisticated with its artful Roman numerals, 18k rose gold and alligator leather strap, it’s the best quality Cartier replica watches to add the finishing touch to your best tailoring. £4,950. At Goldsmiths.
Tekla Pure New Wool Blanket
If ever there were a Christmas to gift cosy delights, this is it. A Tekla blanket will serve its recipient well from blizzardous nights spent binge-watching Netflix to a downright dreamy interior addition when slung over the arm of a sofa. The woolly but soft feel is irresistible, and will present 2021’s first great challenge to he who unwraps it – how to prise himself away.