1. MORNING MATES
If they just announced their engagement, you can be sure of one thing: They don’t own anything labeled “Mr.” and “Mrs.” yet. These 6 Perfect Gifts for the Newly Engaged
While you probably know what to give for all those showers, bachelorettes and actual weddings, finding a great engagement gift is not quite as easy. So we’ve done the legwork for you with this cheat sheet of sweet (and wallet-friendly) ways to congratulate your favorite soon-to-be-married sweethearts.
And now for the easy part — get shopping!
1. MORNING MATES
If they just announced their engagement, you can be sure of one thing: They don’t own anything labeled “Mr.” and “Mrs.” yet. These porcelain coffee mugs are equal parts functional and celebratory. Read More
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Gwyneth Paltrow and her editors have just released the annual gift guide on GOOP, her lifestyle web site, and once again we were surprised by the number of upscale and high-priced picks they included.
Homemade Gin Kit
Stumped on what to get your dad for Father’s Day? He definitely doesn’t need another tie—or, a 12-foot chocolate portrait of himself. Instead get him one of these edible DIY kits that he can experiment with at home. Bonus: You’ll get to enjoy the delicious food and booze that results.
Valentine’s Day can be a tricky holiday to plan (and shop!) for — especially coming on the heels of a gift-filled December. But there’s one go-to present that is always appropriate, always appreciated and always devoured: Chocolate! Click through our decadent slideshow to see the 30 chocolate collections our staff melted over …
Your holiday deadline is approaching. Fast.
At 13, he can’t drive or vote, but boy, does Alexander Weiss know how to cook.