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(PRWEB UK) 12 December 2012
Property owner Grosvenor has created a great guide to help shoppers find gifts for men in Mayfair and Belgravia this Christmas.
Grosvenor, which manages property in Mayfair and Belgravia, has put together a Christmas gift guide full of ideas to help inspire shoppers in London to find quirky, classy or unique presents for men.
Mayfair and Belgravia boast a host of sophisticated shops and some of the UKs top brands, selling a range of gifts for men that are bound to be well-received this Christmas.
Christmas in London is truly magical, said Helen Franks, from Grosvenor.
We know many people come shopping in Mayfair and Belgravia because of the atmosphere in London at Christmas, so weve put together a guide to the gifts for men which are available in the area to help shoppers find inspiration.
It can sometimes be hard shopping gifts for men, but with some of the best tailors, watchmakers, shoesmiths and antiques shops in London based in Mayfair and Belgravia, were sure Christmas shoppers will find the perfect presents for him.
The Christmas Gift Guide for men includes stylish clothing, home furnishings, unusual seasonal food and board games.
The guide includes a range of ideas, including:
- Chocolate and foie gras macaroons, in a seven-piece gift set by Pierre Hermé, available in Lowndes Street, for £15.
- Gibson bowls, with fragranced candles, designed by Tom Hopkins, available from £59 at Rachel Vosper in Kinnerton Street.
- Chic Wilfrid shoes from Pierre Corthay, based in Motcomb Street, which are available for just £1,020 this Christmas. A backgammon board, in handstitched red leather, available for £2,500 from Linley, in Pimlico Road
Of course, theres much more going on in Mayfair and Belgravia this Christmas, with a huge range of shops offering some of the most stylish gifts for men in the country.
For mens accessories, Bremont, in South Audley Street, sells high-quality aviation-style timepieces, whilst luxury goods retailer and Royal Warrant holder William & Son is based in Mount Street.
Hayward, in Mount Street, sells stylish, tailored suits, whilst chic Rubinacci, in Mount Street, and Gio Genco, in Motcomb Street, offer a touch of classic Italian style.
Over in Pimlico Road, shoppers can find Anthony Outred Antiques, with its range of exceptional antique furniture, and Gallery 25, which specialises in contemporary decorative art.
No matter who you are shopping for this Christmas, if you head to Mayfair and Belgravia, youll be hard pushed to find a finer selection of gifts for men anywhere else in the country, added Helen Franks.
Notes to editors:
For more information on Grosvenor London, please contact Tania McNally, Amber Greenwood, Tamarisk Saunders-Davis or Sophie Wilkinson at LUCHFORD APM on +44(0)20 7631 1000, or email firstname(dot)lastname(at)luchfordapm(dot)com.
About Grosvenor London
Grosvenor London is a private property group, which manages more than 300 acres across some of Londons most distinguished areas. Grosvenor London has a portfolio of high quality retail and shopping properties, as well as private property in Mayfair and Belgravia. It is home to some of Londons finest destinations: boasting some of the capitals best dinners at top London restaurants in Belgravia, alongside world-famous shops in Mayfair. The area is characterised by stunning aristocratic architecture, which is idiosyncratic to both Mayfair apartments and flats in Belgravia.
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