Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Diddy's Gift for an Unforgivable Woman
Music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs—also known as P. Diddy, Puff Daddy and Puffy—is a man of many names and many talents. This record producer turned fashion designer launched his first women's fragrance in October 2007just in time for the holidays!

Pick up a bottle of Unforgivable Woman for an unforgettable lady in your life. "It's going to be the number one women's fragrance," Diddy says. A 4.2 ounce bottle sells for $75.

Sarah Jessica Parker's Clothing Line
Get more for your money this holiday season! Buy shirts, skirts and more from style icon Sarah Jessica Parker's affordable fashion line.

In the summer of 2007, Sarah Jessica launched Bitten—her own low-price, high-fashion line available exclusively at Steve & Barry's stores. Everything in the collection comes in sizes 2-22 and costs less than $20!

This clothing line has something for the Samanthas, Mirandas and Charlottes in your life.
Colin Cowie and a Japanese Quince Candle

Party Planner Colin Cowie's Parting Gift
Whether he's hosting a holiday party, a wedding or a tea for two, celebrity party planner Colin Cowie likes to send his guests home with extravagant parting gifts. So what's his favorite gift to give the people in his life?

"I love to give a fragrant candle," he says. "I light one the moment I walk into my office in the morning."

Colin says his favorite is the Japanese Quince Candle by Seda France. He also loves travel candles. "You get to take it with you so you have the fragrance of home with you when you're in a hotel room," he says.
Fashion designer Vera Wang

Vera Wang's Must-Haves
She's dressed celebrity brides, Olympic figure skaters and Hollywood's hottest actresses. Now, fashion designer Vera Wang wants to help every woman in America look stylish without spending a fortune!

Vera has teamed up with Kohl's department store to launch Simply Vera Vera Wang—a fashion line for ladies that includes clothing, shoes, accessories and linens.

Her luxurious sheet sets and classic accessories make great gifts, but there are a few other items Vera says women need to complete their wardrobes.

This holiday season, surprise a friend with a pair of black leggings, winter sandals or a chunky necklace—three of Vera's must-haves.
Stephon Marbury with his Starbury sneakers

Stephon Marbury's Starbury Sneakers
Don't blow your holiday budget on a pair of high-priced sneakers. Get your kicks on the cheap like NBA superstar Stephon Marbury.

Stephon made it big as a starting guard for the New York Knicks, but off the court, he keeps the crowds cheering with his Starbury sneakers, which he wears on and off the court.

With Stephon's athletic shoe—swhich are sold at Steve & Barry's retail stores—people can enjoy quality sneakers without paying top dollar. "You can take my shoe and a $150 shoe and cut it down the middle, and it does the same thing," he says. "And my shoe is $14.98."

Bono's Project (RED)
Don't let holiday shopping get you down…now you can save lives while you shop! In October 2006, Bono launched his revolutionary (RED)™ campaign and introduced gifts that can really make a difference.

A portion of profits from the sale of (RED) products goes to The Global Fund, which helps women and children affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa.

There's a (RED) product for every person on your gift list! Stuff holiday stockings with Apple's (RED) iPod Nano or a red MOTORAZR cell phone. You can also give a Gap PRODUCT (RED) T-shirt or a pair of Converse PRODUCT (RED) sneakers.
Rachael Ray and Oprah

Rachael Ray Bags a Great Gift
Simple recipes make great eats and great gifts. Queen of quick Rachael Ray says she likes to transform her favorite recipes into last-minute gifts that are perfect for every occasion.

First, Rachael says to choose a super simple recipe from your collection, and print out the instructions on a recipe card. Then, head to the grocery store and stock up on all the ingredients you need to make the dish. Package all the ingredients in a gift bag or reusable grocery sack, throw in an affordable bottle of wine, and your present is complete!
Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs's Top Picks
Got a fashionista on your gift list? Impress him or her with some of designer Marc Jacobs's favorite things!

Marc dresses some of Hollywood's hottest stars from head to toe, but when it comes to his toes, there's only one shoe that will do. He says he's been wearing Adidas Stan Smith sneakers since he was in junior high school.

Another go-to brand that tops Marc's gift list is Kiehl's, a line of skincare, haircare and body care products made from natural ingredients. "I like how unfussy they are. I like the sort of plain packaging. No frills. Not too expensive," he says. "They make good products."
Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley's Stocking Stuffers
When candy canes won't cut it, Kirstie Alley indulges in her favorite sweet treat—Ethel M chocolates! "My favorite chocolates that Ethel M makes are the dark chocolate creams," she says. "They ship them all over the world and they get there without being melted."

You can stock up on these sweet stocking stuffers for as little as $10 per box. If you're looking for a high-end gift, Kirstie suggests Leron sheets. These bed linens are available in an array of qualities, starting with the 400 count sheet and going up to a 1,200 count Egyptian cotton set.
Emma Thompson

Emma Thompson's Literary List
Acclaimed English actress Emma Thompson is two-time Oscar winner and an avid reader. In O, The Oprah Magazine, Emma says, "Books are like people, in the sense that they'll turn up in your life when you most need them."

If you have a child on your gift list, Emma recommends The Tale of Mr. Tod by Beatrix Potter. For the mystery lovers on your list, she suggests The Valley of Fear by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Rebellious teens might like Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs, while nonfiction readers can sink their teeth into Season of Blood by Fergal Keane.
Trisha Yearwood

Trisha Yearwood's Dream Denim
If there's someone in your life who's still wearing "mom jeans," take a tip from Trisha Yearwood and shop at the Gap this holiday season. "I'm not a little girl and I'm also really tall," she says. "Gap has these jeans called 'long and lean' … they look really cool on."

For splurge-worthy jeans, Trisha turns to designer Elie Tahari. "[Tahari jeans] look like all the cute little size 0 jeans that all the girls wear," she says.

Friends don't let friends wear bad blue jeans!