Hugo Middleton, the founder of Men’s Society, found an old tobacco tin in the musty service jacket of his late grandfather. Intrigued, the young Hugo prized open the lid.
The smell of aged tobacco struck him almost immediately but the contents were not what he expected. Inside were a metal comb, a key and a picture of Hugo’s grandmother.
The sentimentality of this beloved item is what inspired Men’s Society’s first products - male gifting kits presented in metal tins much like that of his grandfather.
At Men’s Society, they pride themselves on a quality range of gifts and accessories for men - each of which encapsulates the magic of Hugo’s grandfather’s tobacco tin. Each kit they sell is designed to be stored away until needed or to wait in a bag until required. Whenever the tin is removed from a shelf or lifted from a bag, its owner will enjoy the same sensation of reassurance that his needs can be met in time honoured tradition.
The gifts are items of quality, rigidity and tradition so that one day they may inspire inquisitive minds to take hold of the world they inhabit. READ MORE