Adam Glassman's Stylish Gift Ideas
If you're intrigued by fall metallics but aren't ready for full-on
glitz, this simply designed leather tote is the perfect gateway
accessory. Wear it as a cross-body bag with the optional longer strap.
$268 | Coach.com
Python-print leather and (subtle!) sparkles give these classic link
bracelets a bit of a twist. Throw them on with a little black dress or
jeans and a tee.
$200 each | KMO Paris
"These dishwasher-safe melamine plates featuring iconic portraits from the National Gallery in London are fun for a dinner party—look great grouped together on the wall." —Adam Glassman
Starting at $7 each | W2Products.com
The hotel Le Sirenuse in Positano, Italy, is not only one my favorite escapes; it also makes a line of the freshest-smelling fragrances. I don't usually wear cologne, but this transporting new unisex spray gives my scarves and even my apartment a whiff of basil and peppery citrus. —Adam Glassman
$140 | lafco.com
"These clever surfboard incense burners help me visualize being near the ocean during my morning meditation."
$20 each | NipponKodoStore.com
"This family of stuffed wool lions—hand-woven by Mayan artisans—struck me as a sweet gift for kids. But now I want to see their bright colors on my shelves!"
Starting at $30 each |
"It's not always easy to find a great Hanukkah gift. These bite-size
latkes taste like my grandma used to make. Send them to relatives, or
heat and serve as party snacks."
From $36 for a container of 48 latkes | LindasGourmetLatkes.com
"I'm crazy for this new line of plush, Turkish cotton bath towels. What's
unique is that the patterns are modeled after ethnic rugs. I give them
to friends to add a pop of color to any bathroom."—Adam Glassman
Starting at $23 | FrescoTowels.com
"A gift can be the start of a new collection. I give these razor-sharp knives all the time—you can never have too many."
$175 for set of six
Children of all ages love these infrared-remote-control helicopters. Good for indoor or outdoor use, they're incredibly nimble.
Printed from Oprah.com on Saturday, March 8, 2014
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