Marc Jacobs Daisy Love EDT, from $80. SHOP NOW

“Fragrances are often two-fold; the scent they give off in that first burst, and the sent that lingers in its wake. This floral-y fragrance gives off its top note of cloudberries and daisy petals before leaving behind a woody, musky cloud. Affordable and super sweet, it makes a really beautiful gift.” – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

Louis Vuitton Travel Book South Africa, $88. SHOP NOW

“In lieu of being able to travel in 2020, I’ve taken to exploring by way of books. For insight into cities across the globe Louis Vuitton has released a myriad of city guides and beautiful coffee table books to spark your imagination. And they make a gorgeous gift for anyone who appreciates the finer things in life.” – Rebekah Clark, Features Writer

Oroton Frida Collectable Mini Satchel, $399. SHOP NOW

“This beautifully constructed mini-satchel takes contemporary style cues from the runway: a leather detachable strap with a lock snap closure, and the straw base – a huge trend across rugs, bags, hats and shoes. I usually would say I could see this piece play accessory to a European summer holiday but in lieu of being able to travel internationally, well, I see it next to a Scanlan Theodore backless dress at Catalina on a Sunday.” – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

Vacancy Mode The Clementine Necklace, $70. SHOP NOW

“Vacancy Mode entered my fashion radar like many cult brands do nowadays: via Instagram. The beaded resort-style jewellery and accessories are the perfect pairing to my summer style and purchasing from the brand means you’re supporting small and local.” – Rebekah Clark, Features Writer

Fendi FF Acetate Earrings, $950. SHOP NOW

“These earrings will modernise any outfit – and the reason I say that is because they are completely interchangeable and can be worn in multiple configurations. (Seriously, the ‘F’ can be upside down and worn at the back of the ear. You can even just wear the gold-tone metal as studs.) Reasonably priced for a luxury item, they will turn heads.” – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

Gauge81 Satin Mini Dress, $556. SHOP NOW

“Anybody who knows me well knows I just love a mini. When I lived in New York, it was my go-to in the summer when hunting down the coolest little speakeasys. The trick to minis though is buying a 90s-esque, minimalistic slip style that you can style up or down and wear a few times over. This Gauge81 dress can be worn with a little white tee and plimsolls – or the Manhattan way: by itself with big earrings and heels that can hack the mean streets.” – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

Cartier Diabolo De Cartier XL Key Ring, $720. SHOP NOW

“For women of all ages, Cartier is the very pinnacle of luxury. While the highly-coveted Love Bracelet may be out of range this Christmas, you can still own a little part of the house with a piece from the Objects & Accessories collection – an ode to the brand’s interest in everyday objects. Like this stunning key ring.” – Rebekah Clark, Features Writer

Tod’s Purse, $850. SHOP NOW

“Born from Italy, Tod’s has a rich and lauded heritage in leather craftsmanship. This is why today – 120 years  later – the house continues to be an icon in luxury style. If well looked after, a Tod’s piece will last forever and age even better with wear. May we suggest this elegant purse as a practical addition to your daily wear.” – Rebekah Clark, Features Writer

Campbell Rey Set of Two Coupes, $323. SHOP NOW

“Christmas is never a good time to redecorate your home for the very reason that you tend to gravitate toward more festive-spirited garb. But, these couple of coupes – with zesty orange rims – are one of those delightful exceptions which can also work for 11 months remaining in the year. ” – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

Melrose Essential C+ Immune Powder, $35. SHOP NOW

“Ask anyone and they will tell you my immunity is not up to scratch and particularly during the silly season, I’m looking for a little extra help. Enter: Melrose. In particular I’m coveting the Essential C+ immune powder which includes vitamin C and supporting ingredients including zinc, olive leaf extract, vitamin D and yeast containing beta-glucan. Bottoms up!” – Rebekah Clark, Features Writer

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