Just added - trending new gifts for the holidays

You know how we promised you 10 items across 10 categories every 10 weeks? Well, we lied. Just a tiny, unintentional porky. Because we’ve just taken delivery of some pieces so special, we had to share them with you. Which means one or two categories are even more bursting with beauty than usual. 
Fabulous new items include the hottest new fragrance from Kelly + Jones that is bound to sell out soon. And everyone’s favorite Black Rose scent in a … *drumroll …. DIFFUSER! Drop in to see us in store for even more new arrivals in the run up to the holidays.

The silkiest, strongest eco-friendly toilet paper that has ever caressed our bottoms. Our favorite PlantPaper is tree-free, formaldehyde-free, and bleach free, and leaves nothing behind – no pilling, shredding, or tearing – so it’s softer on you and the environment.

8 PACK $16


Living in the city can take it out of us. Which is where Monk Oil comes in. Available in two gorgeous scents – City Skin Potion and High Noon City Skin potion – a blend of organic oils nourish, hydrate, and soften the skin, while simultaneously grounding, energizing, and uplifting. Flower essences protect against toxic environmental influences and other hazards of modern life. And in each bottle, you’ll find a clear quartz crystal to boost immunity, or a citrine crystal to enhance inner light.


The coolest way to carry your cash, Craighill’s Station money clip is light, springy, and – crucially – low-profile. Made from super-lightweight titanium, it grips its contents securely, while that sleek contouring means it sits flat in your pocket. Named for the Old Station hairpin turn at the Monaco Grand Prix, this is a genius gift for your favorite F1 buff.



Know someone who loves their vino? This is the perfect gift, from superstar sommelier and restaurateur Joe Campanale. Vino takes readers on an epic journey, from the hills of Valle d’Aosta to the near-tropical climates of Sicily, uncovering and profiling the most exciting, game-changing producers in each area. It's a thing of beauty – and you’ll never order a basic bitch pinot grigio again.



Let’s face it – couples who talk about sex have better sex. But even the most liberated among us sometimes struggle with knowing what to ask, or even how to bring it up. Introduce this beautiful card game to your bedroom and you’ll be able to share your desires in a whole new way, building a deeper connection whether you’ve been together for years or are exploring a brand new lover. It’s the gift that keeps on giving. And it’s back in stock after selling out in its first month in store.



Inspired by the majestic sand dunes of Namibia, Nama Flame by Raw Spirit showcases the warmth and richness of Bushman’s Candle, an ingredient native to the Namibian Desert and sustainably harvested by the Himba tribe. Add to that exotic scent white florals and golden spices, and you have a candle as bold and complex as the country that inspired it.



We can’t promise this one will last long. Our bestselling scented candle – Black Rose – is now available as an elegant reed diffuser. No match required – you’ll simply fill your space with that gorgeous fragrance effortlessly. It’s brand new in store, and is already one of our hottest new items.



Two decks of playing cards come packaged in a luxurious leather case, fastened with a red strap and brass rings. It’s the classiest thing we’ve seen in a long time. Who wouldn’t want to find this in their stocking?



It’s new. It’s limited. And it comes from one of our bestselling fragrance houses. Kelly + Jones have just delivered its latest scent, Eau de Mezcal - Mezcal Añejo, a blend of brocade spices and velveted fruit that invokes an adventurous holiday celebration, Mexico City-style.


10. ART

Holly McWhorter’s abstract pieces explore the way color and form can interact with a plane to evoke certain emotions – and perhaps even memories. Untitled #5 of her Space Invaders series is a 10 x 10 inch acrylic on canvas piece from the New York-based artist who trained as an interior architect, and worked in photography before turning to painting during the pandemic. Her upbringing in the Quaker faith informs much of her work, where the emphasis is on simple living for the sake of being able to better notice the truly meaningful things in life.


"Every second after Thanksgiving is Christmas as far as New York is concerned."

Hannah Moskowitz

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