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Video: February 23: Gifts He Will Definitely Appreciate
The inability of most women to choose a worthy gift for their companion for Defender of the Fatherland Day has long been the subject of many jokes. In order not to once again become a hostage of the classic duet "cologne-razor", carefully study the instructions below, otherwise on March 8 you will have to be content with a frying pan. And this is the best case!
Taking the most successful films of recent years as a basis, we selected six common types of men and found out what is the best gift for each of them. It is enough to open the laptop and enter farfetch.com in the search bar.
Object orient: Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix). She (2013), directed by Spike Jones.
Do you sometimes feel like he loves his laptop more than you? Has the internet been the "third thing" on your dates for a long time? An ideal gift for such a man is a bag that will fit all his gadgets, glasses (his eyesight is probably “lame”), practical trousers and a shirt.
Shirt, Rrl; trousers, Ami Alexandre Mattiussi; leather messenger bag, Tod's; round acetate glasses, Pantos Paris.
Object orient: Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio). The Great Gatsby (2013), directed by Baz Luhrmann.
He may not have saved his first million euros yet, but he desperately wants to. A suit of a warm sand color and a silk shirt with cufflinks will come in handy for such an ambitious man: after all, you need to start getting used to the role sometime.
Cotton suit Montecarlo, Tagliatore; shirt, Jil Sander; cufflinks in rhodium with black onyx, Lanvin.
Object orient: Luke Glanton (Ryan Gosling). The Place Beyond the Pines (2012), directed by Derek Sienfrance.
It seems to you that he will never be able to love with all his heart, to be faithful and responsible. But from one of his sms or an incoming call, you are ready to give up all principles and forget about pride. Make him happy and give him something that will remind of you every day: a black biker jacket and leather boots are what he needs!
Biker jacket, Saint Laurent; T-shirt, Rick Owens; jeans, Dsquared2; Leather Rockstud boots, Valentino Garavani.
Landmark: Dr. House (Hugh Laurie). TV series "House Doctor" (2004-2012), created by David Shore.
Such a man (by profession he can be at least a doctor, even a writer) has a cynical attitude towards life and an excellent sense of humor. He, like Dr. House, is convinced that "everyone lies" and seems to understand people better than any psychologist. Give such a man a pair of comfortable jeans, a black shirt and a woolen jacket - he will certainly want to be like his prototype.
Wool mix jacket with patch pockets, Z Zegna; T-shirt, Giorgio Armani; jeans, Ami Alexandre Mattiussi; stretch cotton shirt, Dolce & Gabbana.
Object orient: Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum). The Fox Hunter (2014) directed by Bennett Miller.
Even everyday things look stylish on male athletes: hours of training in the gym make themselves felt. So feel free to go to the store for new sneakers, sweatshirt or “worn” jeans and finally stop grumbling that he doesn't wear suits!
Denim jacket, Saint Laurent; sweatshirt with a hood, Mki Miyuki Zoku; stretch cotton jeans, Saint Laurent; white leather trainers Split, Dolce & Gabbana.
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Landmark: James Bond (Daniel Craig). 007: Specter (2015), directed by Sam Mendes.
With such a man, even into the fire, even into the water: brave, decisive, calm - any superhero next to him will seem like a timid boy! An excellent choice for a brave gentleman is a classic double-breasted coat, a perfectly fitting shirt, dark glasses and leather gloves. He already has everything else!
Double-breasted wool and cashmere coat, Paul Smith London; lamb leather gloves with wool lining, Etro; silk tie, Etro; shirt, Ami Alexandre Mattiussi; sunglasses, Saint Laurent.
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