The Best Gifts in 2021 Can be Found at the Vogue x MatchesFashion Pop-Up Shop in NYC

You’ve made your holiday shopping list and checked it twice. Now let MatchesFashion and Vogue take care of the rest. All of your festive needs—from the perfect present to the loveliest party frock—can be found at the MatchesFashion x Vogue holiday pop-up.

Should you be in New York on December 7 and 8, you are cordially invited to SoHo’s Roll & Hill (details below and RSVP here) to shop our party dressing and gifting edit—plus, attend a series of festive events. Vogue editors will be on hand to offer styling advice and tell you all about the special curation of all of our favorite things. Shop for yourself, your family, and anyone else remaining on your holiday gift list.

But if you’re not in New York, you’ll still have the chance to shop our edit. Below, see some of the wares that will be on display; everything was handpicked by our staff—a group of individuals known for their exquisite taste. You’ll find all of the things our editors plan to buy for themselves and their loved ones here.

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Steff Yotka, Fashion News & Emerging Platforms Editor

To Give: 

I’m always happy to receive a small, bright item for my apartment—I’m hoping those on my list will feel the same about a pretty new plate or cushion.

La DoubleJ x Salviati set of two glass nut bowls

Cabana Magazine Blossom hand-painted porcelain dinner plate

Lisa Corti big flower-print cotton cushion

Fornasetti Star Lina scented candle

To Get:

I’m hoping for some lively, easy-to-wear pieces this holiday season, like a floral necklace and dress or walkable black shoes.

The Vampire’s Wife the Villanelle floral-print cotton midi-dress

Chopova Lowena flower-charm stainless steel necklace

Loewe Flamenco mini leather clutch bag

Le Specs Oh Damn! rectangular sunglasses

Nodaleto Bulla Babies patent-leather Mary Jane pumps

Virginia Smith, Global Head of Fashion Network

To Give:

You can always celebrate the holiday season with these beautiful Champagne coupes from La DoubleJ. And for the friend who’s been through a rough patch, this blanket will be a comfort.

La DoubleJ x Salviati set of four Murano Champagne coupes

Ashish Everything Is Going to be Okay embroidered blanket

To Get:

Eyeing these Rose de la Cruz earrings—I mean, a girl can hope! I’m also obsessed with these retro skates that take me back to my roller rink birthday parties. This is a slipper that no one would mind getting. And socks, but make it fashion!

Rose de la Cruz peridot, green garnet, and 18-karat gold earrings

Bottega Veneta quilt leather trainer roller skates

JW Anderson landscape-jacquard socks

Charvet almond-toe suede slippers

Rickie De Sole, Executive Fashion Director, Vogue.com

To Give: 

I love gifting things I know friends do not generally buy for themselves—Sophie Bille Brahe’s velvet jewelry box and Smythson’s travel diary certainly both fit the bill!

Sophie Bille Brahe small velvet jewelry box

Harris Reed x Missoma star pearl and recycled 18-karat gold-plated signet ring

Smythson Panama featherweight-paper and leather notebook

Gabriela Hearst Lutz cashmere beanie hat

To Get:

Sartorially speaking, nothing makes me feel quite as festive as slipping on a jewel-toned velvet dress. It’s a tried and true holiday staple that I’ll be bringing back out this season!

Saloni Camille crystal-bow velvet midi-dress

Paco Rabanne sparkle 1969 small sequinned shoulder bag

Simone Rocha faux-pearl button cable-knit cardigan

Gucci single-breasted cotton-blend velvet suit jacket

Tom Ford Bianca metal-handle velvet shoulder bag

Self-Portrait ruffled-collar twill blouse

Chloé ruffled-shoulder cashmere midi-dress

Mizuki baroque pearl and 14-karat gold earrings

Chioma Nnadi, Editor of Vogue.com

To Give: 

At some point during the early days of the pandemic, I got hooked on eye masks—trust me, the quality of your sleep will improve overnight! And what could be better than the gift of a good night’s sleep? Canvas tote bags are fine, but nothing makes you stand out at the grocery store than a chic knitted bag. I love that these ones by Lastframe are so light and easy to travel with too. I mean even Santa must get tired of schlepping around difficult-to-carry gifts, no?

Bernadette rose-embroidered silk eye mask

Lastframe medium Ichimatsu-check ribbed-knit tote bag

To Get: 

I love gifts that have a sense of humor, and just looking at these watermelon bowls makes me smile. There’s a Harry Styles joke in there somewhere! I think after all those months of wearing sweatpants, the best fashion gift to get or receive, is undoubtedly a pretty dress—eyeing this one from Batsheva! I love jeans a ton, but it takes a lot for me to deviate from my vintage Levi’s. This pair by Bianca Saunders comes with the kind of wow factor that would be fun to unpack. There’s nothing more smile-inducing than a great party shoe and with their lucite heels, these silver Bottega heels are about as fun as it gets. Personally, I think Paco’s metallic bags work for any time of day—I basically wore a silver variation on this style all summer, even to the beach! 

Batsheva chamomile lace-collar floral-print cotton dress

Bianca Saunders x Wrangler denim-print straight-leg jeans

Bottega Veneta point-toe glitter-heel leather pumps

Paco Rabanne Sparkle 1969 small sequinned shoulder bag

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Bordallo Pinheiro set of four watermelon earthenware bowls

Julie Tong, Senior Commerce Editor

To Give:

I recently bought Chopova Lowena’s alphabet necklace for myself, and I think it would make an excellent gift for anyone you still need to shop for on your list. The price point is hard to beat and the personal monogram touch is an added bonus too! Winter essentials are a go-to gift for a reason, this Loewe scarf and pair of Gucci gloves are perfect for the fashion lover who loves practicality too. And for the woman who seemingly has it all, Charlotte Chesnais’s elegant pearl earring is hard to disappoint.

Gucci Horsebit leather and GG-jacquard canvas glove

Loewe Anagram-patch color-block mohair-blend scarf

Chopova Lowena Alphabet stainless-steel A-M necklace

Charlotte Chesnais fine jewelery slide pearl and 18-karat gold-vermeil single earring

To Get: 

This holiday season, I’m looking to upgrade my winter wardrobe with elevated staples that can take me from day to night. Altuzarra’s tie-dye printed crepe dress is perfect for a day at the office, but with a quick addition of Attico’s sleek tuxedo blazer, I’m in business for a night of cocktails and soirees. I’ve been focused on investing only in handbags that I know will last and have been keeping a close eye on Tanner Krolle’s emerald Annabel 18 box bag. Not only is it inspired by the original style worn by Princess Diana, it’s effortlessly chic for all occasions. Many who are close to me know I have a soft spot for monogrammed pieces. Mateo’s initial diamond ring is an heirloom in the making, I hope to make it mine this year!

The Attico single-breasted wool-blend crepe tuxedo blazer

Altuzarra Lucie tie dye-print crepe midi shirt dress

Mateo Initials diamond, quartz, and 14-karat gold ring J-Q

Tanner Krolle Annabel 18 leather box bag

Mark Holgate, Fashion News Director

To Give: 

For a small gesture: Summerill and Bishop Peter Max stylish napkins (Or less small: the matching tablecloth). For something more grand: A Colville Murano vase which looks like a bowling ball! And lastly, a lipstick red YSL—most people would buy the sensible and chic black one for themselves so gift the one that goes all out with color.

Summerill & Bishop rainbow large striped-linen tablecloth

Summerill & Bishop set of four rainbow striped-linen napkins

Saint Laurent Maillon medium leather shoulder bag

Colville spherical marbled Murano-glass vase

To Get:

I am a sad individual who likes getting things like socks and slippers! Especially these shearling men’s ones from Inabo. And who wouldn’t want to recover wrapped in this knit blanket from Jonathan Saunders’s new label Saunders?

Saunders Turko zigzag fringed wool-blend blanket

Inabo Slider suede and shearling slippers

Sarah Spellings, Fashion News Editor

To Give:

Not everyone will appreciate the charm of a set of four artichoke plates, but those whimsical beings who do will use them time and again. Imagine a beautiful slice of cake set against that gorgeous shade of green. And who wouldn’t be thrilled to receive a pair of slipper-shoes? They’re a perfect “what to get for the person who doesn’t want anything” present.

Birkenstock Arizona shearling-lined suede sandals

Bordallo Pinheiro set of four artichoke earthenware dessert plates

To Get: 

The perfect gift is something that the recipient would adore, but would never buy for themselves. Your responsibility as Santa is to put your disposable income towards something you know your loved one would never shell out for on their own budget. This could be something as simple as a bag of really good pick-and-mix Swedish candy, or as decadent as opera-length Jil Sander cream leather gloves. They’re semi-practical (everyone needs gloves, right?) while also being totally glamorous. Give them to the person in your life who fancies themselves a modern Audrey Hepburn… or a Taurus like myself. And also, here is proof that even the most quotidian objects can be gorgeous—a coffee pot that looks like it belongs in a gallery. Wouldn’t it brighten up your morning to look at those clean lines?

Jil Sander long leather gloves

Tom Dixon Brew stainless-steel stovetop coffee pot

Nicole Phelps, Global Vogue Runway Director

To Give: 

New Balance trainers for my 13-year-old son Nik, who can never have enough sneakers. Cashmere gloves for my sister who spends her weekends on the playground with her young boys.

New Balance x Tokyo Design Studio RC_1300 suede and mesh trainers

Extreme Cashmere Nina striped cashmere mittens

To Get: 

I’ve been thinking about only buying vintage and secondhand this holiday season. Marine Serre’s upcycled patchwork dress fits my style and those parameters. And for tequila shots with my husband, I love La DoubleJ designer JJ Martin’s colorful view of the world. For the bathroom, now that friends are coming for visits again. I’ve always wanted Missoni bath towels.

Marine Serre upcycled patchwork cotton-jersey midi-dress

La DoubleJ set of four Murano shot glasses

Missoni Home set of two Rufus cotton-terry towels

Chloe Malle, Contributor

To Give:

They say camels are grumpy but this hand-painted tin tray will only make its recipient smile. Ideal for cocktails or tea depending on one’s mood. The perfect gift for the oenophile in your life that you’re too scared to actually pick a bottle of wine for. My mother loves to eat ice cream with an espresso spoon so these candy-colored Venetian glass ones would be the perfect gift. The perfect gift for the hostess who never leaves her home. I wear these velvet furlanes inside and out.

Les Ottomans Camel hand-painted metal tray

Yali Glass set of eight glass gelato spoons

Vibi Venezia velvet slippers

To Get: 

What a dream to receive these Murano glass nut bowls from LaDoubleJ, the colors are festive for holiday but work any time of year. I’d never have a lonely almond again! These DoubleJ rainbow Murano glasses would be my dream gift to receive. Neither water nor wine would ever be boring again!

La DoubleJ x Salviati set of eight glasses

La DoubleJ x Salviati set of two glass nut bowls

Madeline Fass, Market Editor

To Give:

At $34 a pop, you can gift each of your friends this sweet pearl dotted ring from Hermina Athens. It also happens to be the ideal size for a stocking stuffer. Meanwhile, Marni’s fuzzy stripe sweater or Helle Mardahl’s charming candy-colored cocktail glass are two gifts that would make anyone smile

Marni striped fuzzy mohair-blend sweater

Hermina Baroque pearl ring

Helle Mardahl Bon Bon coupe glass

To Get: 

Practically speaking, I’d love to upgrade my wallet to this Loewe and add the type of black boot I’ll want to wear every day to my closet this year from Neous. However, I’ve been eyeing Bea Bongiasca’s disco rings and JW Anderson’s chain-adorned mules this year, plus Cawley Studio’s moss-striped rug. All of which are at the top of my list. When it comes to party dressing, feathers are always a good idea. Or simply add a festive accessory to your go-to looks, like a crawling pearl drop earring or stand-out metallic shoe.

Saint Laurent faux-fur-trim wool-blend tweed jacket

Completedworks pearl, resin, and 14-karat-gold plated earrings

Bea Bongiasca Floral Disco amethyst, 9-karat gold, and enamel ring

Bottega Veneta point-toe glitter-heel leather pumps

JW Anderson chain shearling-lined leather slides

Cawley Stripe sheepskin rug

Neous Bosona zipped leather boots

Loewe Anagram jacquard and leather cardholder

Lilah Ramzi, Features & Commerce Editor

To Give: 

All of my loved ones deserve nothing but the best. So this means glassware from Lobmeyr and L’Objet’s pretty little bowl.

Lobmeyr Patrician crystal wine decanter

Lobmeyr Ambassador crystal martini glass

L’Objet x Kelly Behun leaf oak and brass bowl

To Get:

I’m a sucker for a velvet dress and this version by Duncan has my name on it in bold letters. For my dressier occasions, Khaite’s draped gown will do just wonderfully. I’ll finish off the look with some golden heels from Ferragamo and a caged bag from Rosantica. These are just a few of the things I’ve been eyeing.

Cecilie Bahnsen Mara cropped wool-blend fil-coupé jacket

Andrew GN fringe-trim caped crepe gown

Khaite Sloan open-back draped-jersey dress

Rosantica Holli Jungla crystal-embellished cage handbag

Duncan Anna bubble-hem velvet dress

Salvatore Ferragamo Altana cylinder-heel leather and suede pumps

Alexis Bennett, Commerce Writer

To Give:

Practical presents are always a smart move. But if you really want to win the gift-giving season, wrap up a luxe pair of socks—like this bow-embellished Gucci gem. Little luxuries always save the day. This Saint Laurent belt doubles as a wear-everywhere wardrobe staple and an impressive gift that’s sure to bring joy. Unique, one-of-a-kind presents similar to Tina Vaia’s handcrafted, ceramic vases will leave even the most persnickety individuals fascinated. No matter what’s on the menu, these gold-gilded plates by French pâtisserie Ladurée and Milan-based label La DoubleJ are sure to make a lasting impression.

La DoubleJ x Ladurée set of six porcelain dessert plates

Tina Vaia Santa marbled-ceramic vase

Gucci GG bow-embellished cotton-blend socks

Saint Laurent YSL engraved-buckle suede belt

To Get: 

To me, there’s no better feeling than ending the day in a sumptuous pair of pajamas, and Olivia Von Halle’s satin nighties are among the best.

Olivia Von Halle Lila cadence-print silk-satin pajamas

Elise Taylor, Senior Living Editor

To Give:

Give these cheeky—literally—bookends as a holiday hostess gift, because every home needs some humor. An elevated card set is a gift that can be given to anyone—your solitaire-loving grandma, your poker-playing father, your drinking game-loving nephew, or even as a hostess gift for a family comprised of all three.

Anissa Kermiche set of two Happy (Book) Ending bookends

Rabitti 1969 saddle-leather playing-card holder

To Get: 

Are these shoes meant for a bride? Probably! But I strive for wedding-level attention, like, every day, so, I have no problem wearing these pearl-embellished Jimmy Choos on a Tuesday. My literary idol Oscar Wilde once said “Nothing succeeds like excess.” I use this as an excuse to wear anything and everything, with feathers—like this 16Arlington brocade mini dress.

16Arlington Kiku feather-trimmed floral-brocade mini dress

Jimmy Choo Sabine faux-pearl embellished d’Orsay pumps

Laird Borrelli-Persson, Archive Editor

To Give:

For my Swedish husband a T-shirt from Undercover featuring artwork by Markus Åkesson—who I had the pleasure of interviewing for Vogue. The perfect gift wrapping: MM6 Maison Margiela’s ribbon-tied sweater.

MM6 Maison Margiela logo-embroidered ribbon-ties sweater

Undercover x Markus Åkesson butterfly-print cotton T-shirt

To Get:

This red dress is the coziest and most festive I’ve found—and it’s from one of the designers I’m most excited about, Petar Petrov. And Acne Studios’ micro Musubi bag in red, is the only ornament I need.

Petar Petrov Aza roll-neck cashmere-blend dress

Acne Studios Musubi micro leather cross-body bag

Rachel Besser, Market Editor

To Give:

Upgrade their AM routine with a Yoga kit made perfect for movement, breathing, meditating, and everything in between. JW Anderson’s backless clogs are as practical as they are aesthetically pleasing. Keep them by the door to quickly slip on for running errands, wear them around the house for a stylish upgrade to tried-and-true slippers, pair them with dresses for a more casual look, or wear them to the office!

JW Anderson backless leather loafers

To Get: 

I’ve just moved back to New York City thereby turning my attention towards all things home goods as I get my new place set up. La DoubleJ’s set of pretty, colorful champagne coupes gets me excited for hosting again. A wear-everywhere bag that isn’t black or too demure can be hard to find. This denim iteration of the classic Gucci Jackie 1961 feels both nostalgic, nodding to the noughties, yet simultaneously quite classic. A cozy hat is a wintertime must-have for all. This cashmere bucket hat makes for a warm and stylish winter accessory upgrade.

Extreme Cashmere Rugby striped cashmere bucket hat

Gucci Jackie 1961 GG-Supreme denim and leather bag

La DoubleJ x Salviati set of four Murano Champagne coupes

Daisy Shaw-Ellis, Jewelry Director

To Give:

A classic pearl stud may already be in many’s jewelry box, but a modern drop version will be a fabulous addition and a twist on a classic that truly dresses up every outfit. Everyone loves slippers. The bonus of these is that they have a recycled rubber sole, so they’re durable and chic enough to wear outside. I love giving games over the holidays, they immediately bring people together.

Sophie Bille Brahe Holly splash pearl and 14-karat gold earrings

Vibi Venezia velvet slippers

To Get:

I am a big lover of rings. Francesca Villa incorporates vintage pieces with fine stones to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces. This flower ring would be a fabulous statement that would be a happy addition to my collection. I’d wear as often with a cocktail dress or jeans and a sweater. The clean lines and minimal branding of this bag are a real draw for me. The chocolate leather trim smartens up the canvas and helps it work as well in the cold months as in the summer.

Saint Laurent Carré leather-trim canvas shoulder bag

Francesca Villa Flowers sapphire, tourmaline, and 18-karat gold ring

Emily Farra, Senior Fashion News Writer

To Give:

My mom and twin sister love jewelry as much as I do, and I’m eyeing Yvonne Léon’s rings for both of them: the malachite signet for Liz and the croissant ring for mom. They’re investment-worthy, but still fun and unexpected—the perfect present in my book.

Yvonne Léon Chevaliere diamond, 9-karat gold ring

Yvonne Léon diamond, malachite, and 9-karat gold signet ring

To Get:

I stopped by Simone Rocha’s store a few weeks ago and am still thinking about this gorgeous top. In my dreams, I’m wearing it with the matching skirt to all of my holiday parties, but it’d look just as great with jeans at the office.

Simone Rocha puff-sleeve patchwork embroidered tulle blouse

Simone Rocha pleated floral-print midi-skirt

Willow Lindley, Accessories and Collaborations Director

To Give:

There’s nothing better than gifting activities that bring people together, like this Metier leather backgammon set that is as pretty as it is fun for friends and family. This is one of my favorite things we put in our Vogue gift guide and it was part of Andrew Bolton’s incredible “In America” exhibition at the Met Costume Institute that opened in September. Gabriela Hearst’s craftsmanship is so beautiful and this blanket is truly a collectable. Happy shoes! We call fuzzy Birkenstocks therapy shoes in our house because it’s just impossible to not be in a good mood when wearing them. What’s better than giving the gift of feeling good?

Métier leather backgammon set

Gabriela Hearst Alec patchwork cashmere-blend blanket

Birkenstock Arizona shearling-lined suede sandals

To Get: 

There is no question that my favorite thing to get as a gift is jewelry and these classic, not too classic pearl earrings from Mizuki are a great forever piece for a great price. I love to give and to receive gifts that make the ordinary extraordinary and these cups from La DoubleJ x Ladurée will turn your morning coffee or tea from a necessity into a lovely ritual (as well as serve as a moment to reflect on who gave you such a nice present).

Mizuki pearl and 14-karat gold drop earrings

La DoubleJ x Ladurée set of two porcelain cup and saucer

Mark Guiducci, Creative Editorial Director

To Give:

You could be wearing black-on-black-on-black, but still look like a fun person wearing these Jacquemus shearling mittens. And for someone who you really love and whose style you really respect, consider this Bode fringe jacket—the color, the fringe, the panache…not for the faint of heart. A house is not a home without a good backgammon board. My family and I played every lockdown—though I don’t think we ever settled up on our bets. This Au Depart backgammon board will be a great addition to any space. And what did you learn from quarantine if not that you need an exceptional bathrobe? Even if no longer working from home, your gift recipient will surely appreciate this Charvet robe. Finally, socks might seem like a thoughtless gift—see, “scented candle”—but this The Elder Statesman tie-dye cashmere pair is anything but. 

Bode Appalachian fringed suede jacket

Charvet belted linen midi robe

Au Depart 24-piece jacquard and leather backgammon set

The Elder Statesman Hot Yosemite tie-dye cashmere socks

Jacquemus leather-trimmed shearling mittens

Tabitha Simmons, Stylist

To Give:

This is the ultimate weekender bag that looks chic, is durable, and most importantly, functional!

Tanner Krolle Sportsman 55 leather duffel bag

To Get: 

I am obsessed with the delicateness of Harris Reed x Missoma’s collaboration and love that he used recycled gold in the collection. The Vampire’s Wife dresses are so stunning and fit perfectly—they can be easily dressed up or down, making it the perfect holiday look! Nothing says the holidays like a crystal-embellished headband; it’s the perfect accessory to dress up any look.

The Vampire’s Wife the Falconetti ruffled metallic silk-blend dress

Prada crystal-embellished bow-appliquéd satin headband

Harris Reed x Missoma Moon diamond, pearl, and 14-karat recycled gold ring

Alexandra Michler, Director of Fashion Initiatives

To Give: 

Now that we are mostly back to our rigorous schedules, a carry-all to get from morning to night is essential. This Rue De Verneuil tote could double as a baby bag as a gift for a new mom. I have always admired Sara Beltran’s (designer of Dezso) natural approach to fine jewelry. This mother of pearl charm is made by Indian artisans, melded with black sapphire and rose quartz. This would be a perfect, extravagant gesture for the environmentalist in your life who has everything.

Rue de Verneuil checked wool-blend flannel tote bag

Dezso sapphire, mother of pearl, and 18-karat rose gold charm

To Get:

These Vibi Venezia velvet slippers were my saving grace during quarantine—I somehow felt I had pulled myself together if I was wearing a smoking slipper. This green velvet pair would look extra cute on Christmas morning. Who doesn’t want a chic pair of gloves?! If you’re like me, you manage to misplace one each season. A cashmere, bracelet length pair (like this one from Totême) is always a well-received surprise. I am a newlywed and am very much enjoying building our tabletop collection to have for life. These artichoke dessert plates from Bordallo Pinheiro will bring a bit of whimsy to your meal. I have had my eye on this gorgeous Nili Lotan jacket for quite some time. I am very much hoping I have made the nice list this year!

Nili Lotan Dominic patch-pocket suede jacket

Vibi Venezia whipstitched velvet slippers

Totême longline cashmere gloves

Bordallo Pinheiro set of four artichoke earthenware dessert plates

Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, Stylist

To Give:

I want to find someone with the exact same initials as Raf Simons just so I can gift these monogrammed earrings this season! I love a good monogram—it feels special and personal and never goes out of style (unless I suppose you change your name!).

Anissa Kermiche set of two Happy (Book) Ending bookends

Anissa Kermiche Love Handles ceramic vase

Raf Simons RS pendant hoop earrings

To Get: 

Venus of Willendorf, a sculpture, created around 25,000 years ago is a relic of femininity that I come back to over and over again as a source of inspiration and object that communicates the beauty and resilience of women that predates the modern beauty standards by which we are so oppressed. I have my eye on these bookends or Vase by Anissa Kermiche that reminds me of Venus herself (hint hint to any secret Santas out there)! ​​I love classic American codes of dress—or, I love flipping them on their head. Nothing says classic Americana like a Polo and the colorways and materials subvert so much of what we expect from a Henley. I’d pair this more casual top with a cocktail skirt and these over-the-top door knocker earrings for a holiday party.

Extreme Cashmere No.198 Salamander stretch-cashmere polo top

Begum Khan Scarab 24-karat gold-plated clip earrings

Hamish Bowles, International Editor at Large

To Give: 

I love J.J. Martin’s playful and uplifting world, and I love the feel-good pops of color in these glasses. Also loving what Duncan Campbell and Charlotte Rey are doing. Here’s to more holiday toasts!

Campbell-Rey Laguna B set of two Cosima wine glasses

La DoubleJ x Salviati set of four Murano highball glasses

To Get: 

I love a sybaritic gift, and what could be more decadent than Tom Ford’s leopard silk robe? And Charvet slippers? Very Noel Coward at home. Probably the last thing I need in my life is another cushion as you can’t get to any of my sofas—they are so heaped with them. But I couldn’t resist Walid’s upcycled versions. And Marni’s lilac stripe sweater is more me than me, don’t you think?

Tom Ford leopard-print silk-twill robe

Marni striped mohair-blend cardigan

By Walid 19th-century tapestry wool cushion

Liana Satenstein, Senior Fashion News Writer

This holiday, which I barely celebrate, I am getting my mom sneakers. She’s active and…hip. For my friend, I’m getting her a Batsheva top. I love Batsheva!

To Give:

Batsheva Claude ruffled tulip-print cotton-canvas top

Veja V-10 low-top leather trainers

To Get: 

I need a new Northface puffer because I put mine in the washer and the arm deflated. I’m getting gloves because I want to channel ’90s Sharon Stone…I feel like she wore gloves back then. I won’t murder anyone with an icepick, I promise. (Basic Instinct reference.) 

The North Face hooded quilted down jacket

Jil Sander long leather gloves

Janelle Okwodu, Senior Fashion and Culture Editor

To Give:

Quartz promotes healing and calm, who couldn’t benefit from that? If this coat is good enough for Lady Gaga it’s good enough for gifting.

Gucci GG-Supreme cotton-blend canvas coat

Jia Jia diamond, quartz, and 14-karat gold necklace

To Get: 

The message here speaks for itself. And while it’s sad to see Daniel Lee go, there’s still time to enjoy his final collections.

More Joy by Christopher Kane More Joy-intarsia wool-blend cushion

Bottega Veneta double-knot leather clutch

Sam Sussman, Director, Creative Development, Social & Visuals

To Give:

For all of my loved ones, I know it’s been hard to travel so I am gifting beach-inspired jewelry in hopes to transport them somewhere warm via accessories.

Timeless Pearly beaded 24kt gold-plated necklace

Nadia Shelbaya Ningyo pearl, shell & gold single earring

To Get: 

If you know me, you know about my Zoom sweater chair. I store a selection of sweaters on the chair next to my computer and change according to the Zoom. These Acne and The Elder Statesman sweaters are at the top of my want list this holiday.

Acne Studios striped painted wool-blend sweater

The Elder Statesman x Mordechai Garden Grow cashmere sweater

Christian Allaire, Fashion Writer

To Give:

Anissa Kermiche Jugs Jug set of three ceramic vases

Gabriela Hearst Alec patchwork cashmere-blend blanket

To Get: 

I’ve been dreaming of this Bottega bag. I love it because it will never go out of style—the shape is super classic and timeless.

Bottega Veneta Intrecciato paper-leather cross-body bag

Ahluwalia reversible upcycled-shell padded jacket

Eleanore Beatty

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