Were my holiday plans to involve a Christmas stocking, I’d be perfectly delighted to find this John Derian pocket mirror in it, as I am forever attempting to reapply lipstick in windows that aren’t quite reflective enough to get the job done right.
Mini-flower arrangements are so cool, but itsy bud vases often way too precious: I like the unexpectedness of this cork and glass combo.
The heart on this ring is charming in its less-than-perfection; like somebody shaped it with a paper clip and then cast it in gold.
I love that artist Claire Nereim set this wildflower print against a black background, allowing all of her beautiful flowers the elegant venue they deserve.
Give your friend the very good cook this Le Creuset casserole, then wait until darkest February and invite yourself over for cassoulet.
There is room in everyone’s life for at least one of Liberty ’s noisier prints.
Hearts with more sculptural shapes keep things from getting too sweeetsie. Also: this one’s got a nice heft to it.
Celia Birtwell was married to and designed prints for 60s fashion legend Ossie Clark; it’s rather fantastic that you can find one of them on a thermos. The perfect gift for your most vintage-obsessed friend.
This stripey tee is from the Commes De Garcons Go line and just as cute as can be.