10 Luxury Gifts For The Person Who Has Everything

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The best things in life may be free, but there will always come a time when something more than free, something downright extravagant, is worth your gifting consideration. Perhaps it’s not a right time, but a right person.

You might know someone with a charmed existence, to which you ask, “what does one give the person who has everything?” Do you need to get back into your father-in-law’s good graces this Christmas? Maybe your best bud helped you move houses on a particularly hot day this year. The 10 truly unique luxury gifts rounded up here are for all of the above, and then some.

And remember: Luxurious doesn’t have to mean wasteful. From excellent investments to long-lasting pieces of gear, all of these would-be presents are worth the price of admission.

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona 18K Yellow Gold


The Daytona Cosmograph is a masterfully engineered chronograph and an icon among icons. Its watch world importance can be traced back to when Paul Newman’s Daytona made waves as the most expensive watch sold on auction at the time. Even beyond that, the Cosmograph is a high-powered piece of gear made for endurance racing, and therefore has the look and reputation of an ultimate sport watch of sorts.

Every Daytona reference in existence (especially transitional models with easily-spotted change) are auction house darlings (aka good investments), in addition to being a cool piece of horological history. And of course, the 18k yellow gold construction makes this watch an instant family heirloom.

Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve 23 Year Old

Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve 23 Year Old


The 23 year-old Family Reserve from Pappy Van Winkle is more complex than integral calculus, but with a taste journey as effortlessly pleasant as a leisurely walk in the woods.

The scrupulously chosen barrels are apparent at first sip. From there you experience the balanced tones and undertones of cherries and apples, tempered by the darkness of tobacco, oak, a touch of chocolate, before a caramel linger sets in. Plus, the amber tone of this lavishly labored-over liquor looks chef’s-kiss beautiful in a whiskey glass.

Taylor Stitch Moto Jacket

Taylor Stitch Moto Jacket


A good leather jacket is a stylistically versatile essential, and Taylor Stitch’s Moto, with its strategic construction, is also functionally versatile. It has the timeless four-zipper, point-collar design, built with full-grain steerhide. The Cadillac of leather, it’s hardy but supple, chrome tanned for strong pliability, and will naturally patinate during its very long life.

Modern creature comforts include a Thinsulate lining for insulation, making this jacket good for cold days as well as light drizzles, and articulated shoulders, in case you need an extra layer for outdoor family football games during the more frigid times in November.

Price: $1,075

Michael Caine and Geraldine Moffat Framed Print

Michael Caine and Geraldine Moffat Framed Print


Terry O’Neill, renowned for his celebrity photography, often favored English actor Michael Caine as a subject. This particular image captures Caine alongside Geraldine Moffat in a promotional still for the 1970 cult classic, “Get Carter.” Initially underrated upon its release, the film has since received critical acclaim. This framed print is the perfect addition to the home office of the budding entrepreneur who seems to have everything and needs for nothing.

Price: $399

Shinola Leather Football

Shinola Leather Football


A paragon of craftsmanship, this Shinola Football is as thoroughly stunning as any luxury leather handbag or designer shoe. The exquisite texturing and color variation on the surface provide a fascinating aesthetic, as do the accents and brawny stitching. Whether you want to throw it around on the field or use it as home decor, this design object has a heritage vibe that’ll only get more distinct with age.

Price: $195

Ferrari 812 GTS

Ferrari 812 GTS


The Ferrari 812 GTS epitomizes engineering excellence and luxury. With a mighty 6.5-liter V12 engine, it delivers exhilarating performance, boasting a top speed of 211 mph and accelerating from 0 to 62 mph in under 3 seconds. Its sleek design and advanced features make it a masterpiece of Italian craftsmanship. For the man who has everything, the 812 GTS stands as the ultimate luxury gift, offering unparalleled driving pleasure and prestige.

Price: $$429,815+

Yeti V Series Stainless Steel Cooler


All of Yeti’s gear is built to last. But their V Series Stainless Steel Cooler takes this even a step further—it’s built like a tank, and we’re pretty sure it could withstand a bomb blast. Which is good, because after an airstrike you’d probably need one of the nearly 50 cans of beer it can hold.

Price: $800

Shinola Canfield Double Zip Briefcase

Shinola Canfield Double Zip Briefcase


Shinola’s Canfield Double Zip combines the character of your grandfather’s leather briefcase with the sleek effectiveness of a modern nylon laptop bag. Its clean lines flaunt two main zip compartments, offering easy and snappy organization, each section cotton-lined for bubble-wrap-like protection of your belongings.

The best part is the Navigator leather it’s built with. Steeped in several different oils in the course of the tanning process, this leather is strong yet lithe, especially rich, and feels lush to the touch. Its subtly variegated surface changes beautifully over time, while also effectively taking on wear and incorporating scratches and scuffs inconspicuously.

Price: $1,095

Bang & Olufsen Beolab 90 Speakers

Bang & Olufsen Beolab 90 Speakers


The Beolab 90 Speakers from the sound masters over at Bang & Olufsen carry a sophisticated kind of power. Instead of just more loudness, they create a dimensional sound experience that accommodates music preferences and the space they’re in.

They boast 18 state-of-the-art drivers, each pulling and pushing nuanced levers to optimize sound delivery, whether you’re in a huge room listening to classic rock or in a studio blasting hip hop. Visually, these guys are like fine art towers, with their stacked-diamond design and wooden base that would suit a wide range of interior styles.

Price: $135,000

Oliver Peoples TK-3 Sunglasses

Oliver Peoples TK-3 Sunglasses


A contemporary take on always-cool aviators, Oliver Peoples TK-3 Sunglasses are just a touch narrower, giving it the equivalent look of perfectly-tailored workwear. The titanium frames aren’t just lighter on your face than standard frames, but stronger too. So you’ve got comfort, lasting reliability, and style-forward features like the G-15 lenses and swanky detailing by the hinges.

Price: $625

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