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Christmas Gift Guide: For Her

Christmas may be almost here, but there’s still time to find a fabulous gift.  Whether it’s a sleek amethyst and rose gold bracelet or a selection of signature fragrances, here are some top picks that are sure to delight…

Precious Miniatures 5-10ml Spray Fragrances, £75, Shay & Blue

Discover the world of boutique British perfume house Shay & Blue with a deluxe box of its most popular fragrances including Framboise Noire, English Cherry Blossom and 2018 launch Black Tulip.

Gucci G-Timeless Slim Moonface Watch, £963, Watchshop

I spotted this colourful Gucci watch a few months ago and have been dreaming of it ever since.  Oh, to find this under the Christmas tree!

Library collection of 25 artisan bars, £125, Rococo Chocolates 

Become a chocolate connoisseur with a tasting box filled with bars by London’s favourite Rococo Chocolates.

14k gold cut ruby jacket earrings with princess cut studs, £341, Jewlr

Canadian online jewellery brand Jewlr offers completely customisable pieces for all budgets.  What could be more fun than designing a bespoke gift using your loved one’s favourite stone?

Cowshed cracker hand and lip, £12, Cowshed

Pull a cracker and be rewarded with the softest skin courtesy of Cowshed Spa.

Linear Stone Bracelet in Amethyst & 18ct rose gold vermeil on sterling silver, £195, Monica Vinader

Step up your arm candy with a stunning amethyst and rose gold bracelet by Monica Vinader.  For an extra touch of luxury, make it personal with complimentary engraving.

Fisherman marl scarf, £55, Oliver Bonas

Go for fluffy millennial pink to get through the cold winter months in style.

Christmas Discovery Kit, £59, Omorovicza

Experience the healing properties of Hungarian thermal water with five must-have products from luxury skincare brand Omorovicza.  The kit features everything you need for an effective cleanse, tone and moisturise, including the renowned Queen of Hungary Mist.

Fashion Together by Lou Stoppard, £35.75, Amazon

SHOWstudio editor-at-large Lou Stoppard delves into the fashion industry’s most intriguing partnerships with a series of conversations between luminaries such as Nick Knight and Daphne Guinness, Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley and Carol Lim and Humberto Leon.

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