You know them. You love them. You hate to shop for them. How do you get the person who has it all (aka buys themself anything they need or want) a good gift? There’s a couple ways to skin this cat. You can wow them with something unique, artful, and (often) expensive. You can treat them to something lush and practical that feels like an indulgence and yet a can’t-go-wrong catchall at the same time. Or, you can touch them with a you-know-me-so-well nod. Whether this person is your MIL or your boss, we got you.
1. Silk Fuchsia Suzani Sublime Framed Print, $1,695.
This stunning print in our signature lucite shadowbox frame is a "go big or go home” gift and GLAM, as this person is sure to be, too.
2. Chef III - Gift Set, $85.
Let’s face it, this person is (or considers themself to be) a 'collector' and, therefore, will undoubtedly appreciate a mini collection of spoons - handmade in Guatemala, useful, and just so damn cute. Plus, it comes gift boxed.
3. Sally King Benedict Red Clay Large Vessel, $925
It’s handpainted by the iconic Southern artist herself on a handmade Oaxacan red clay vessel. Opt for this display-worthy art object that says, “I searched, I splurged, I get you.”
4. Charcoal Handspun Cashmere Blanket, $495.
This Nepalese handspun AND handwoven (with natural dyes, obvi) unique throw is of the good-taste-never-gets-old variety.
5. Technicolor Frazada Shortboard Art Object, $1,795
Created in collaboration with one of the world’s most famous shapers, Gary Linden, this stunner can be hung on their walls or used as a flashy COVID-19 alternative to their local five star health club.
6. Terracotta Classic Kuba Cloth Standard Tray, $450.
This pretty and gold-plated piece is made to serve (or style perfume bottles or coffee table trinkets). And we know this one appreciates good service.
7. Pink Otomí Tablecoth, $1,250.
This hand-embroidered Mexican piece if fun, festive, and relevant for entertaining all year round (it also doubles as a fabulous tree skirt). The handwork in this indigenous craft takes 4 women over a month to make and qualifies this piece as truly over-the-top tabletop.
8. Zebra Ball Art Object, $625.
This curiosity is WILD and beyond unique. It’s made sustainably from South African Burchell's zebra, offering a taste of the exotic for the year of their canceled Abercrombie & Kent safari.
9. Beige Is Not a Color: The Full Spectrum World of Carlos Mota, $75.
This book is made for the person who understands that “too much” is definitely better than boring.
10. Candle Bundle of 4 Fragrances, $195.
Something consumable, like a candle (or massage if those weren’t something we had to leave behind in 2019), is always a good play for this character. A sampler of our fragrances is a fun discovery experience to receive. And, when you don’t know what they want exactly, why not get it all? Seems like a good motto for a more-is-more type.