“My mom once gave me a necklace of giant turquoise balls. This year, I want a framed Patrick Nagel poster.”
Jessica Cole, 26, musician
Patrick Nagel poster, $150 at Philip Williams Posters (122 Chambers St., nr. W. Broadway; 212-513-0313).
“Fingerless gloves, so I can type on my Treo, and personalized stationery— my daughter has some and I don’t!”
Jennifer Miller, 35, publicist
Smock Paper customized stationery, from $300 at Paper Love (178A Lincoln Pl., nr. Seventh Ave., Park Slope; 718-783-1383).
“More cool sneakers—probably Pumas. And a narrow-fitting cashmere blazer.”
Ken Giddon, 49, store owner
Puma by Mihara Yasuhiro, $125 at the Puma Black Store (521 Broadway, nr. Spring St.; 212-334-7861).
“A camera with no delay to photograph my toddler and a cashmere sweater because I freeze all the time and I like soft things.”
Melissa Gill, 35, doctor
Cashmere cardigan, $148 at Lord & Taylor (424 Fifth Ave., nr. 38th St.; 212-391-3344).
“My fiancé grew up with a beagle, and I really want a beagle puppy. We’d name him Junior.”
Ellen Meagher, 30, teacher
Beagles, $225 adoption fee for puppies under six months at Bideawee (410 E. 38th St., nr. FDR Dr.; 212-532-4455).