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Christmas Gift Guide for Men

Thursday, 1 December 2016 09:18:09 Europe/London

Men's Christmas Gifts

We know all too well how much of a nightmare Christmas shopping can be; so that’s why we’ve decided to lend a helping hand. Whether it’s for your dad, brother, friend or fella, these festive gift ideas are sure to be a hit.

Vivienne Westwood Wallet 

1. Vivienne Westwood Crocodile Effect Wallet, £85.

Sure, it’s a pretty obvious gift choice, but every man needs a good wallet. This luxurious design from Vivienne Westwood will keep cash and cards safe in style.

Stone Island Grey Hoodie

2. Stone Island Pullover Hoodie, £220.

No man should be without this Stone Island hoodie on a Boxing Day walk. Crafted from cotton and detailed with signature branding, it offers the very best of form and function.

Ingersoll Watch

3. Ingersoll The Trenton Watch, £300.

Give the gift of time with this classic watch from Ingersoll. Perfect for any occasion, it is fitted with a Quartz movement and finished with a silver-tone case.

Billionaire Boys Club T-Shirt

4. Billionaire Boys Club Printed Crew Neck T-Shirt, £50.

This printed T-shirt from Billionaire Boys Club ticks all the right boxes. Versatile, current and effortlessly stylish, it’s a must-have for the modern man.

UGG Slippers

5. UGG Scuff Leather Slippers, £75.

 It wouldn’t be Christmas without a new pair of slippers, right? This pair from UGG are super cosy and surprisingly stylish.

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Five Things to Do in London This Christmas

Friday, 25 November 2016 08:38:44 Europe/London

London ChristmasPhoto Credit: Unknown

Mariah Carey is playing in the office, supermarkets are selling advent calendars and Home Alone 2 has been on the telly since early November; so we say it’s about time you made some festive plans.

To help get you in the spirit, we’ve put together a list of five things you can do (in London) before December 25.

Winter WonderlandPhoto Credit: Time Out

1. Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park

It wouldn’t be Christmas without hitting the Christmas markets, right? Make some magical memories and get silly drunk at London’s Winter Wonderland. Not just for adults, with an ice rink, fun fair, circus, Santa’s Grotto and much more, there really is something for everyone.

Opens from November 18 until January 2 from 10am until 10pm.

Ice Skating Canary WharfPhoto Credit: Londonist

2. Ice Skating at Canary Wharf

Found under the towering buildings of Canada Square, the Canary Wharf ice rink is equipped with eight kilometres of colourful LED lights, creating quite the spectacle. Once done skating, you can warm up with a hot drink at the on-site bar and watch the rest of the action unfold from the large outdoor heated terrace.

Opens from November 4 until February 25 from 10am until 10pm.

Father Christmas at the Royal Albert HallPhoto Credit: Royal Albert Hall

3. Visit Father Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall

For those with children, we suggest taking your little ones on an enchanting journey through the Royal Albert Hall. During the one-hour visit they’ll be able to solve fun puzzles and follow clues all the way to Santa’s gift-filled grotto.

Tickets are for children ages 2+ and accompanying adults go free.

Opens from December 6 until December 24.

Christmas Tree Trafalgar SquarePhoto Credit: Unknown

4. Sing Carols in Trafalgar Square

Head to Trafalgar Square during the build-up to Christmas and you’ll find more than 50 different carol groups (not all at once) singing under the city’s world-famous Christmas tree. With warming refreshments found nearby, you have everything you need to ensure a festive-filled day.

Exact dates to be confirmed.

Carnaby Street ChristmasPhoto Credit: Unknown

5. Check out the Christmas Lights in Carnaby Street

Make Christmas shopping bearable by heading down to Carnaby Street and checking out the spectacular lights. This year, expect even bolder colours and iconic images, as Caranaby are collaborating with the Victoria and Albert museum and its exhibition ‘You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-70’ to pay tribute to the area’s vibrant history.

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