The Official Gift Guide For The 1% Dude

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    We don’t know about you, but every year when it comes to buying holiday gifts for our plethora of guy friends, we get a little stumped. Would he prefer a 1968 Ferrari? Maybe a chiminea. Wait, we got it! An ancient sword (he’s always been really into medieval weaponry).

    Hyperbole aside, if you rake in six figures, have a trust fund, or are an international jet-setter, we’ve found the solution to your annual conundrum for the billionaire dude who has everything: Man of the World. This lifestyle magazine-meets-online shop, curated by collector Alan Maleh, brings together a handpicked selection of the finer things in life for the man who wants to surround himself with good taste — culled straight from Maleh's personal archive. From vintage Rolex watches to a 4,000-year-old sculpture of a stork (finally!), you’ll find everything you never knew your 1% guy wanted.

    But, no worries if these items are a tad out of your price range — wrap up the brand’s quarterly handbook of the same name for $16, and prepare yourself for a serious case of lifestyle voyeurism.

    Click through for our favorite picks from Man of the World — yes that's a 1996 Mercedes coup...cherry red, naturally.

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