7 Gifts That Men Will Actually Want for Valentine's Day
By Ian Michael Crumm| February 5, 2016 |
From a posh stay at Logan Philadelphia Hotel to chic vodka shooters, style expert Ian Michael Crumm selects some of the best Valentine's Day presents with men in mind. Shop his must-haves here.
"Hit the town with your significant other and give Cuban cuisine a try. Alma de Cuba is best known for its selection of ceviche, elaborate desserts, and extensive cocktail list—try the black cherry caipirinha." 1623 Walnut St., Philadelphia, 215-988-1799
"Give the gift of comfort with a pair of Jay Butler Shipley Tie Loafers. Shown here in dark brown suede, the shoes also come in black, dark brown and caramel full grain, and navy suede."
Luxe Lover’s Valentine’s Package, The Logan Hotel ($405); Robes ($80). 1 Logan Sq., 215-963-1500
"Lay back on gorgeous bedding while he puts on a robe befitting Philly's most famous boxer. The Logan Hotel offers Rocky robes inside each guest room. Book the Luxe Lover’s Valentine’s Package for a romantic staycation in the city that includes chocolate and champagne, breakfast, parking, and an opportunity to Rocky role-play."
"Encourage him to take his grooming to the next level with the natural lift facial at 3000 BC WellMed Spa. This facial tightens face muscles, eases under-eye wrinkles and circles, smooths chapped lips, and firms the jawline."
The Problem Solving Corrector Mask, May Lindstrom ($90). rodales.com
"May Lindstrom’s The Problem Solving Corrector Mask is exactly that: a problem solver. Apply and leave on for 45 minutes, remove, and feel completely refreshed. It shrinks pores, jumpstarts circulation, zaps blackheads, and more. Spend the night before Valentine’s Day pampering each other with this luxurious face mask."
Vodka Shooters Set of 4, Sparq ($35). Bloomingdale's, 660 Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, 610-337-6300
"Enjoy perfectly chilled vodka with this set of four shot glasses. It's the perfect gift to enjoy with another couple for Valentine’s Day, and then reuse again and again all year long. They’re stylish and come in a cool wood storage box."
"Ice Cream" (1964) by Evelyne Axell (Collection of Serge Goisse, Belgium). Purchase tickets to A Pop Party at philamuseum.org
"Plan a future date with tickets to A Pop Party on February 27 hosted by The Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Guests will enjoy an open bar, food, live music, silent auction opportunities, and get a firsthand look at the upcoming exhibition, International Pop."