The Edit: Festive Finds
Get in the gifting spirit
With the big day just one week away, Buro 24/7 has already mentioned a couple of cool, festive-related pieces to get the celebrations going, be they beauty or big brand ideas. However now we feel the time has come to really embrace spirit of holidays and get Christmassy – with an edit of seasonal festive finds.
The countdown is on...
Charlotte Olympia's signature 'Dolly' and 'Debonaire' pumps get a festive makeover in plush red velvet and sweet suede this season. With the Dolly receiving jingle bell-embellished ankle straps that can be removed like little ankle chokers, depending on how festive one is feeling, of course.
Show off your sartorial stripes this holiday with Paul Smith's cute and stylish tree ornament. Sculpted from glass, this glossy design is hand-painted with the designer's signature multi-coloured bands. Loop it over a pine branch or send it as a gift to a dapper friend...
When it comes to stocking fillers, what makes a more appropriate addition than a pair of holly print Tweezerman tweezers? Not much. Groomed gifting, in one.
Dhs125, the Holly Print Mini Slant Tweezer (including 10X Magnifying Mirror) is available at Zwilling J.A. Henckels, all Tavola Stores, Harvey Nichols, Bloomingdales and Areej.
Charlotte Olympia's festive capsule collection, available now on Net-a-Porter, really has come up trumps - especially when you consider the 'Rudolph' clutch has been expertly handcrafted from patent leather with playful appliqués, each with a red Swarovski nose, no less.
Nothing will get you feeling more festively kitsch than The Carpenters Christmas soundtrack. And for those seeking full immersion, we've got the 1977 Complete TV Special. You're welcome.
Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without a dose of an 8-year-old Macaulay Culkin splashing aftershave on his cheeks and screaming... and lucky for us, Eleven Paris has captured the moment to wear year after year. Available exclusively at Selfridges, the design features a Home Alone print emblazoned across the front.