Gifts for Animal Lovers
Animal motifs are everywhere, from home goods to clothes.
O, The Oprah Magazine |
September 11, 2012
Look what our fox hunt turned up: canvas and rubber lace-up rain boots with fabric lining.
$235 | ToryBurch.com
Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil... and now smell no evil with these lychee-scented soaps.
$21 for three | GiannaRose.com
Wily coyotes and tigers guard your library in style.
$62 each | Wolfum.com
In a stylish sweater contest, this cashmere number would win by a nose.
$300 | ShaeNY.com
Hand-decorated porcelain makes for an altogether different kind of fishbowl.
$110 | michaelcfina.com
Perched atop a gold-plated bracelet, this sparkly panther could turn anyone into a cat person.
$295 | AlexisBittar.com
Beautiful, individually decorated...edible? This menagerie (created by a
Napa Valley-based family of chocolatiers) is made of luscious dark,
milk, and white chocolate.
Starting at $8 | WoodhouseChocolate.com
Get some good karma with your downward dog: ten percent of sales of this
canine-camo-print yoga bag benefit an animal rescue fund.
$75 | JohnBartlettNY.com
Artist Thierry Poncelet has found a new canvas—and for once you'll welcome finding dogs on the couch.
$95 each; E.A.T. Gifts, NYC |
Where there's smoke, this little chickadee sounds a warning call—and passes as art at the same time.
$75 | Neo-Utility.com
A little Birdie told us this cozy, colorfully embroidered cashmere scarf is going to fly off the shelves.
$540; Capitol, North Carolina |
These bright ceramic salt-and-pepper shakers are accented with 22kt gold and platinum.
$135 per set | OrangeAndPear.com
Printed from Oprah.com on Monday, May 20, 2013
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