18 Gifts We Would Give If Money Were No Object
Imagine a world in which money were no object. A world where you could spend $10,000 on a cocktail shaker and not bat an eyelash. Ahh… In that world, we’d buy these 18 splurge-y gifts for our nearest and dearest and live happily ever after.
A Python Box Bag
For what it’s worth, this little guy comes in a ton of gorgeous colors.
Ximena Kavalekas ($1,650)
Jean-Michel Basquiat Skis
More like Ba-ski-at, are we right?
A Luxe Blanket
A work of art you watch Netflix in.
a cherry blossom dutch oven
Because cooking should be tasty and pretty.
Le Creuset ($325)
A Wireless Speaker System
The Stones have never sounded so good.
Bang & Olufsen ($1,750)
A Hand-Assembled Bike
A Cashmere Flamingo
What do you get the toddler who has everything?
The Elder Statesman ($515)
An 'Iconic' Tote Bag
A great way to tell your bestie how rad she is, no?
Eugenia Kim ($1,795)
A Semi-Creepy Candle
It’s supposed to be a little weird—it’s Fornasetti.
These stunners were handmade in Colombia and are inspired by the works of American artist Alexander Calder.
Mercedes Salazar ($225)
A Leather Dog Bowl
Only the best for the poshest of pooches.
Bottega Veneta ($650)
We won’t tell if you wear these as normal clothes.
Prabal Gurung ($795)
A Handbag of the Month Subscription
For the woman who has everything...including a really big closet.
An Embroidered Chair
And just like that, we’re into home decor.
A Vintage-y Suitcase
Wanderlust is encouraged.
A Voice-Activated Trash Can
We never thought we’d swoon over a garbage can.