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Including a chocolate rocks and a Bluetooth speaker.
Including another Ina Garten hit; instant classics from the world’s best restaurants; and deep dives into Persian, Korean, and Southern cuisine.
Delicious treats from around the world for $16 a month.
To help us sort through the vast wallet-sphere, we talked to buyers, tastemakers, and fashion directors.
It emulsifies like a dream.
Follow the journey of the Queen Elizabeth figurine, see who wins a karaoke microphone, and find out who brought composting worms.
For all your winter layering.
It slices, dices, butterflies, chops, and cuts like a dream.
From beaded bags to chocolate protein powder.
A year of pimple patches, weighted blankets, and metal straws.
From a reusable coffee mug to fish-shaped cat toys.
Actually useful kitchen gifts for people who already own a Vitamix or an Instant Pot.
Imagine it’s 3 a.m. You haven’t slept in days. You have to wake up and make formula.
For all your holiday party needs.
“I remember one time someone got me a bunch of these wool socks — like six pairs — and it was the best winter ever.”
From CBD gum drops to cashmere beanies to a smart dog camera.
“EVERY time I wear this, I get compliments on my lips. Every. Single. time.”
It also changes colors if your cat’s sick.
These are a notch above your usual duty-free options.
Like DIY gift baskets, but with kitchen gear and cookbooks.
It hydrates and locks in moisture for hours and hours.
“Young designers around the world are repurposing the prim style, making pleated shades without so much ornamental ruching and beading.”
Good gift alert!
Including that fancy hair dryer.
From a Vitamix to a pair of cheap but expensive looking earrings.
Cheaper than regular vases, and one little stem makes them a perfect host gift.
Perfect for winter hibernation.
“Take your vitamin D, listen to Poison, and floss.”
Plus, it’s a foolproof rice maker.
Lots of our greatest hits, plus new favorites.
Plus: Madewell, Everlane, Uniqlo, Isabel Marant, and Veja.
Recommendations from artists, curators, gallerists, collectors, critics, and more.
“Pampas grass is sort of like a pair of white cowboy boots.”
Grub Street has gift ideas for ramen fans, rosé lovers, and plenty more.
From Chanel to Gucci to Le Creuset
Lots of colors and all the sizes, too.
We talked with career coaches, career strategists, and executive coaches to find the best books to read to advance your career.
I’m here to teach you how to achieve a (relatively subtle) red glitter lip.
Spanish olive oil, Brooklyn hot sauce, and fancy French mustard.
Hint: with lavender and fake pheromones.
White sneakers, colorful sneakers, and even sock boots.
“One day I went to a drugstore on the Upper East Side, and I saw it there. It’s not that special anymore.”
Take your Instant Pot cooking to the next level for $30 or less.
A psychotherapist specializing in adolescents and a librarian share their picks for the best gifts for 11-year-olds.
“Whenever we have family game nights, this is the game they pull out.”
I’ve been stopping in five-ish times a week.
You can get some little ones for three bucks.
Options for the bunny slope and the backcountry.
From a botanical encylopedia to a guide to beauty innovations past and present.
My favorite shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, and dry shampoos — and nothing costs more than $16.