The Annual Goop Gift Guide
Usually by this point in the year, I am well organized, Christmas cards are ready to go, I’ve got a good jump on the gifts. Not this year. I am overwhelmed and a disaster. So our gift guide comes at just the right time, at least for me. We have included some old favorites and some new finds, all of which will make Father Christmas proud.
A favorite from last year and a great gift for a mom.
Modern grids of children’s masterpieces. Looks like a Damian Hirst from a distance.
LL Bean Bag
The classic of all classics. Send a personalized bag full of gifts.
Birch trees with initials “carved in” and even full family trees.
Mapkins from Soft Cities
Custom map napkins with up to 3 locations marked in your city.
Monogrammed table linens take your dinner party up a notch.
Delicate jewelry from this up-and-coming designer.
Bespoke ‘Typecast’ wallpaper. A few words of your choice are highlighted within the design.
Our exclusive monogrammed ‘Foldover Clutch’ is covered in silver stars, perfect for holiday parties.
Custom cases for iPhones/iPads. Tons of color and even map options.
‘It’s All Good’ & ‘My Father’s Daughter’
Gwyneth’s 2 cookbooks signed and personalized.
Katie Hillier, the Creative Director at Marc Jacobs, has her own line of ‘paperclip’ jewelry.
Olivia Von Halle
A luxe gift for a girlfriend – monogrammed silk pj’s.
Our Paperless Post designs just in time for holiday parties and occasions.
‘Vegaz’ letters for personalized, over the top lighting.
This old school leather football can be monogrammed with a logo or initials.
Leather notebooks and the like with up to 99 letters debossed – class up your work week.
Commemorate an important date in a CMYK print.
Monogrammable bangles and rings in our goop font.
Custom heraldry – a modern day coat of arms.
Modern House Wines
A delicious red blend from Napa. Choose the bottle by the label. ‘Expensive’ for the high roller, ‘Here’s To You’ if you’re celebrating, etc.
Our exclusive blue herringbone duffle makes a cute and practical personalized gift.
A selection of finds for all kinds of friends and family members – gifts that enable creativity, that beautify surroundings, that celebrate a joyous occasion.
A functional object to beautify your desk.
A hand cranked espresso machine. Cool for a dude.
The latest Jambox speaker is almost pocket sized, so you can travel with it.
Liv Tyler and her grandmother Dorothea Johnson, an etiquette expert, answer all our questions on manners in contemporary situations.
Portraits de Villes
Beautiful photo travel notebooks of cool cities. Gift sets available.
Malle W. Trousseau
Big ticket item(s)… a kitchen set of culinary tools selected for their beauty and functionality.
Everything Tom Dixon touches turns to gold (or brass), including this tea set.
Masculine men’s accessories from the wash bag to the man clutch, or shall we say “folio?”
Reed Wilson Design
Some humor at the door.
These votive holders come in literally every shade and sales go to a good cause.
Klein collection by Etnia
Yves Klein blue sunnies and glasses from this Spanish line.
Penguin “Threads” Classics
Soft cover classics with ’embroidered’ embossing.
The manufacturer of the standard French table knife makes this sweet set for everyday.
Newsprint animal heads – think taxidermy, without the brutality.
This chic deck of cards is perfect for hitting the games room after dinner. A great hostess gift.
A glass that rolls to let the cognac breathe. Design follows function.
From the Hirshleifers, curation experts
Five Olive Oil
Pretty much the best olive oil you’ll ever taste, exquisitely presented.
An elegant candle holder from this Danish designer.
Kimberly McDonald Paperweight
This beautiful marvel of nature is simply housed in a lucite cube.
Barnabas Fornasetti has been busy resurrecting his family’s heritage. The porcelain containers alone are design pieces to hold on to.
A monthly, weekly or biannual surprise that comes via the postman.
Artisan organic cheese club from the country’s premier cheesemongers: 3, 6 or 12 months of 3 cheeses.
For the gluten-free vegan friend, a monthly box of snacks to get them through.
Orin Swift “Equinox”
Vintner Dave Phinney’s biannual wine club is limited to 500 members who receive his best new creations exclusively.
Not Another Bill
A montly installment of unusual and covetable finds drawn from emerging designers worldwide. Great for lovers of standout design and high-end novelty.
In an effort to get the kids to put their iPads down and unplug, a selection of games and toys for screen-free family time during the holidays.
House of Cards
The original toy designed by Charles and Ray Eames, still made today.
Ridley’s Playing cards
Beautiful, colorful and in a new quirky design.
Since 1946, a classic wooden toy that’s Rudolf Steiner approved.
A Christopher Jarrat editioned slingshot from our latest find for discovering art.
Kids Choice Awards
Our panel of young sophisticates guides us on what they hope their excellent behavior has earned them this year. This serves as a guide for anyone in the dark on what to get a kid this year.
Ralphy, age 3
“This book is so cool because it also comes with music.”
Paper Lion Costume
“I love costumes! Mummy says no more superheroes.”
Discovery Space Center
“Ohhhhh rockets!! Smash, bash, lift off, boom!!!”
“This is for Oban. But she’s not my best friend.”
Skye, age 5
Caroline Abbott, American Girl Doll
“I love American Girl Dolls because we can wear matching outfits on Christmas Day.”
Mi Pet Plush Kitten
“It’s just like having a real cat because my mummy said I can’t have a real pet.”
Learning Resources Pretend and Play School Set
“I need to teach my babies [dolls] because they don’t go to school yet.”
Princess Bed Set
“It’s amazing! You can wear a tiara to bed.”