Gift buying at Christmas time is stressful enough without having to worry about that one particularly tricky person who has everything and claims they need nothing. Fear not, we've got you covered – with our carefully curated selection of unique gifts that are designed to elevate the everyday. We can guarantee a certain Mr Impossible will love them – even if he doesn't know it yet.
These aren't any old long johns. In typical CDLP fashion, they're innovatively crafted from naturally breathable, anti-bacterial and moisture-wicking lyocell. The ultimate everyday base layer, they'll be much appreciated in these colder months.
This practical table mortar by designer Mark Braun for Hem doubles as a unique decorative object that deserves to be displayed proudly. It's the perfect gift for the home cook who loves to entertain.
Watch lovers will adore this luxurious watch roll from Bennett Winch. Handmade in London by a team of expert craftsmen from Italian leather with a flexible cushioned Alcantara suede lining, it's designed to stand the test of time.
Mismo's take on the classic tennis bag puts all other tennis bags to shame. Made from waterproof hard woven Italian nylon, it's lightweight and water-sturdy yet utterly stylish.
Shaving doesn't have to be a chore – at least not with this beautifully crafted shaving set from MÜHLE. Combining high-grade resin with uniquely soft synthetic silvertip fibre, it's destined to elevate any shaving experience.
Give the gift of a great night's sleep, with this luxuriously soft bedtime bundle from Piglet, made from stonewashed French flax. The sage green colour will instantly bring a relaxed feel to any bedroom.
For the man who enjoys the finer things in life – these sumptuous velvet loafers from Myrqvist epitomise refined luxury. They don't just look great, they're made to last too, handcrafted in Portugal with leather board heel caps and durable cork filling.
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