If you’ve got a ton to spend, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 30 brilliant products priced up to a £100 for her, him, couples and kids...
A stylish edit of interior treasures to bring comfort and homeliness. There’s an amber and moss soy candle designed to evoke the scent of a fairytale forest clearing, a concrete and textile spotlight for a sleek but cosy glow, a Danish porcelain vase for freshly cut flowers...the list goes on (£55 or £45 for subscribers, available November 18, Birchbox).
Federica Moretti has given her iconic bow beanie a velvet update (£60, Harvey Nichols).
Balblair starting making whisky in 1790 … then 209 years later came this tipple. Practice makes perfect (£57.95, Whisky Exchange).
Elegant sea creature cufflinks with real Swarovski crystal eyes (£52, Simon Carter).
For those who like their cheese mature and their port smooth and fruity, this boxed set will make Christmas. The soft cheese scoop is a touch (£75, British Fine Foods).
A super start to the day for stylish commuters who want to stay warm without sacrificing their music or podcasts (£80, Ugg).
Championed by Jamie Oliver, Dorset Charcuterie’s Big Box offers delicious meaty delights from local suppliers (£54.99 including delivery, Dorset Charcuterie).
Domestic cleaning appliances for Christmas is a bit of a no-no. Unless they are cool robots that get on with the vacuuming while you do more important stuff (£94.77, Amazon).
Hand-stitched hipflasks from West Yorkshire company HÔRD come with a pouring funnel and giftbox and each rugged leather style has the option for personalisation (£65, Hord).
The Bromsgrove backpack is a year-round classic from the friendmas collection (£59.50, Jack Wills).
Come rain or shine, dog lovers will be cheered by this gold-plated Radley timepiece (£75, John Greed).
Enhance cheekbones, lips and eyes with this award-winning cream (£60, Marks & Spencer).
A Tate membership gift package includes unlimited free admission to all exhibitions at all Tate galleries and access to members’ rooms, events, talks and tours ( £77, Tate).
Chocolate is the way to their heart, especially if it’s 39 gourmet treats from Scotland’s most awarded chocolatier (£59.95, Highland Chocolatier).
Phone-a-holics can cherish their precious one with Kate Sheridan’s Italian leather iPhone carry case (£65, Kate Sheridan).
Lacoste’s new L.12.12. sneakers are inspired by the famous polo shirt (£100, Schuh).
Geox and Valemour, an Italian non-profit organisation supporting workers with mental disabilities, have come up with a sharp range of trainers for men and women. The women’s Jaysen (pictured) are embellished with symbols drawn by Ana Vives, a Spanish designer with Down’s syndrome, and inspired by the map of Barcelona (£100, Geox).
This sleek decanter brings out the best in white and rosé by letting it aerate slowly, while the condensation-catching base keeps the vino cool (£80, John Lewis).
Ted Baker’s Swaroski-encrusted Bijou ballerina pendant will add drama to an outfit (£79, John Lewis).
Charlotte Tilbury’s haul comes in a clutch bag shape casing and contains everything required for a goddess-worthy glow (£90, John Lewis).
Every month Book Box Club sends members a new release YA book, handcrafted surprises and access to a members-only online book club featuring author Q&As. Can we join? (£77 for three months, Book Box Club).
The MZ Skin range was founded by leading ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon Dr Maryam Zamani. She uses the Cleanse and Clarify mask twice daily to achieve an unparalleled glow (£56, Harrods).