Your 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

By Torie Robinette, December 6, 2017

Tis the season for holiday gift guides. No group needs some help more than event planners—the people on-the-go so much that they don’t have time to research the best presents. So here is our present to you: 12 items—one for every day of Christmas—to choose from. Don’t worry: These gifts works just as well for Hanukah and Kwanza, but maybe not Festivus.

1. Lo & Sons O.G. Overnight Bag

With ingeniously designed pockets and pouches, the O.G. is roomy enough to tote your laptop, tablet, essential work files and an extra pair of kicks. It’s also compact enough to sit pretty on or under your seat. Bonus: A chic nylon exterior in a variety of vivid color combos and all-leather trim make this bag as fashionable as it is functional.

2. Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones II

Holiday Gift Guide Bose Quiet ComfortNoisy airplanes, screaming children and bad lobby music are a thing of the past when you slide on these cozy noise-cancelling headphones. Plus, a built-in Google Assistant function allows you to catch texts and keep tabs on your schedule while jamming out to your perfectly plotted playlist.

3. Isabel Marant Poween Ruffle Pump

Holiday Gift Guide Isabel Marant_Poween Ruffle PumpThink beige, black and brown are the only neutrals out there? Think again. This winter, metallic tones are making their own argument for everyday wear. We love Isabel Marant’s version in a crackled-effect silver. A dainty ruffle adds a kick of flair, rendering these 3-inch heels perfect for holiday soirees — or stressful seminars.

4. The Art of Shaving Kingsman: The Golden Circle Bourbon Shave Collection

Shaving’s nothing new but your system can be. Treat your skin to the Art of Shaving’s limited-edition Kingsman shave collection, which was created to honor the recent film “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” A sumptuous pre-shave oil, shaving cream and after-shave balm soothe and hydrate your face, while a delicate bourbon amber aroma soothes the senses.

5. “Timeless Journeys: Travels to the World’s Legendary Places” by National Geographic

For days when travel isn’t on the docket but you’ve still got wanderlust, flip through this exquisite coffee table book by National Geographic. The high-gloss pages feature 50 extraordinary places—some less traveled than others—around the globe. It’s like stamping a passport from the comfort of your couch.

6. Leica Sofort Instant Camera

Why stop by a gift shop to purchase a pre-fab postcard of all the stunning sights on your travels when you can snap your own selfie right among them? The Leica Sofort translates in-the-moment experiences into crystal-clear, professional-grade memories and spits them out on the spot. Slip your shots into an envelope and mail them to everyone back home.

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