Made in NY Men's Gift Ideas
Updated: Mar 1
Top 10 Gentleman's gift Ideas for any occasion.
A gift guide (Made in New York City)
Le Labo (French: "the laboratory") is a luxury perfume brand based in New York City. It was founded in 2006 by Eddie Roschi and Fabrice Penot. Esteé Lauder bought Le Labo in 2014. The Le Labo "Manifesto" states that "the future of luxury lies in craftsmanship"
The Art of Shaving is a United States retail business of high-end men's shaving and skin care accessories. The first store was founded by Eric Malka and Myriam Zaoui in Manhattan in 1996.
Homesick offers specialized candles that tap into your sensory memory through nostalgic scents that can remind you of the place where you grew up.
The photo book that celebrates the Big Apple's tremendous diversity by bringing together over 40 contemporary photographers and their multiple perspectives on this unique metropolis.
Map of downtown.
Kiehl's LLC is an American cosmetics brand retailer that specializes in skin, hair, and body care products. It started as a single pharmacy in Manhattan at Third Avenue and East 13th Street in 1851.
GQ is an international monthly men's magazine founded in 1931. New York City based and The publication focuses on fashion, style, and culture for men, though articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, and books are also featured.
Moscot is a five-generation, American luxury eyewear brand, headquartered in New York City, specializing in optical frames and sunglasses. It was founded in 1915 by Hyman Moscot, which makes it one of the oldest local businesses in New York City, as well as the 21st oldest eyewear company in the world still operating today.
9. Blind Barber
Blind Barber is a neighborhood barbershop and lounge born in NYC. Blind Barber's Signature Set features their top-selling products, including the 90 Proof Pomade, Lemongrass Tea Shampoo and Tompkins Scented Candle.
Exceptionlab Inc.'s ceramic version of the famous New York City on the go Greek coffee cup. Inspired by “Anthora,” which stems from Greco-Roman amphora, an ancient container.