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What do you give someone who says they have everything? Finding the perfect Christmas present for your dad, brother, boyfriend or husband can often feel like a Mission Impossible . But like every year, we won't let you down when you're pondering. Here are our handpicked gift ideas for the most important men in your life:

Kinto Slow coffee maker set
For coffee lovers with style and a penchant for nostalgia! The coffee brewing set from the Japanese manufacturer Kinto celebrates coffee making as a meditative process. Press the button, the coffee is ready - anyone can do that. But as we all know, strength lies in stillness. And apparently so does the taste. The shapely "Slow Brewer" promises maximum coffee enjoyment and a guaranteed relaxed start to the day.

Joggers made from a cashmere mix by Allude
Here comes Allude's luxury interpretation of sweatpants! They are comfortable and casual like sporty sweatpants and no less chic than denim or chinos. Because the fine cashmere-merino mix gives the dark blue pants an elegant style upgrade and stylishly accompanies men from the sofa to the street. A gift with potential to become a favourite!

Backgammon game by Hector Saxe
How about a game match again? So completely analogue, without an app or controller - old school , so to speak! The elaborately processed backgammon set by the French label Hector Saxe not only impresses with its 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 gaming , making it perfect for all players when travelling.

Beard Oil by Le Labo
It doesn’t matter whether you have a mustache, chin beard or full beard – facial hair is trendy and socially acceptable for a long time. Provided, of course, that the beard is tamed and cared for. Le Labo's Beard Oil helps with this. With purely natural ingredients such as sunflower extract, rapeseed and jojoba oil, it provides plenty of moisture, cares for and protects the hair and makes it nice and supple. And exudes a wonderfully fresh scent with bergamot, violet and tonka bean.

Dante Goods and Bads Come As You Are Trolley
During a convivial evening in the living room at home, one thing should definitely not be missing: a well-stocked house bar. With Dante Goods and Bad's new interpretation of the classic serving trolley, your favorite 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 entitled "Come as you are" has been reduced to its essential features and features a minimalist steel frame. A stylish presentation object - not only for spirits.

Caran d'Ache Varius Ivanhoé fountain pen
Would you like to receive a handwritten note, postcard or even letter again? Then simply help out and give away writing utensils. Like the absolutely luxurious “Varius Ivanhoé” fountain pen from the traditional Swiss company Caran d'Ache. The silver-plated and rhodium-plated pen with a unique indestructible coating is so flattering and elegant in the hand that you are guaranteed to receive one handwritten thank you card after the other. Especially nice: an engraving makes the gift even more personal.

Cashmere fly set from Allude
For global nomads who want to explore the world without sacrificing comfort, ALLUDE's fly set is an absolute "must have"! The cashmere travel set with large blanket, cozy 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 !

WohnGeist tool kit
Practical, elegant 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 brings together the essence of the craft in a small, handy case made of solid wood and with luxurious leather handles. Thanks to built-in magnets, tools such as the Swiss Army knife, pliers or hammer remain safely stowed away in the case. Then there are no more excuses and the long overdue renovation can begin...


Lead Photo: via Unsplash // Kieran White