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Gift Guide: For the Hipster Man

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Gift Guide: For the Hipster Man

December 17, 2014

For that someone who is eternally–and effortlessly–stylish, here are our five best ideas (all things, by the way, that we’d love to receive ourselves).

Above: Salt, a New York City–based surfboard company that makes its goods in California, ventures onto land with the Skateboard. The 22-inch-long design has a veneered walnut top and bottom sandwiching layers of maple. It comes detailed in Pigeon Grey (shown), mint, and mustard, and includes all hardware and wheels; $220 from Salt. 

Above: Punch, a “cocktail-obsessed” online magazine, collaborated with W&P Design of Brooklyn to bring you the Carry On Cocktail Kit, a pocket-size tin with everything you need to make two Old-Fashioneds at 30,000 feet (well, except the whiskey), linen coaster included; $24. 

Above: Stylish stampers and desk accessories are the specialty at WMS & Co., a NYC-based online store. The Self-Inking Stamp (with a logo, return address, monogram, or other design) is available in several different materials and colors starting at $135. Each comes with one stamp plate and others can be added.

 

Above: Four times a year, John Herschend and Will Rogan, the artists behind The Thing Quarterly–a conceptual publication that comes in the form of an object–invite a different creative talent to create each issue. For Issue 23, LA visual artist David Korty came up with the #23 Ceramic Dice Game, six ceramic dice (handmade by Oakland ceramic studio Atelier Dion), a dice-carrying bag, and the rules for a game called Mr. Natural; $65 from Shinola. 

Above: Choose from a Pointed End Tie or Square End Tie from vKnit of London. Both options are made of soft, finely knit lamb’s wool that’s hand felted and comes in 120 different colors; $58.18 via vKnit’s Etsy store. 

For more present ideas, take a look at all our Gift Guides. We’ve rounded up finds for Outdoorsy Kids, Teachers, the Tech-Obsessed, the French Chef, Under $50 Gifts for the Garden Lover, and more.

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