The edit: 22 gifts for Christmas 2022
Make every single present a showstopper with our cool curation of festive ideas for giving
Murdock Vetiver cologne
Murdock London is known for its modern classic grooming products and this gem is no exception. Aka ‘The Rugged Adventurer’, the cologne is said to smell like the countryside on a warm, spring day. That means notes of bergamot and clove, underpinned by amber and patchouli. Give it to your own favourite rugged adventurer, and tell them to store it as they would their favourite bottle of single malt.
Patek Philippe Twenty~4 automatic
All will go gooey-eyed over the flash of elegance and glamour that this Patek Philippe watch lends to any outfit. The self-winding, rose-gold timepiece is set with 160 gem diamonds that shimmer around the classic, sunburst dial, catching the light while displaying the date at 6 o’clock (you need your watch to be practical, too). Needless to say, this is a real jaw-dropper.
A.P.C. Grace bag
Nothing says understated luxury quite like an A.P.C. handbag. The elegant, satchel-style Grace bag features the brand’s characteristic minimalist lines, low-key hardware and butter-soft leather. In other words, it’s the epitome of pared-back, Parisian chic.
Sage Barista Express coffee machine
This sleek all-in-one machine produces exceptional espresso from bean to cup in under a minute. Simply adjust the grind for perfect extraction and use the steam wand to micro-foam your milk in the special jug. Just don’t let on how easy it is to create that barista-quality cup...
Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen)
Buy music fiends the quality they’re yearning for with these second-generation AirPods. Launched this autumn, the pods have an upgraded H2 chip that promises 3D sound, smarter noise cancellation and more efficient battery life. If you buy from the Apple website, you can even personalise the case with their initials or favourite emojis.
Our Place Always Pan
Streamline your kitchen cookware with the ultra-sleek Always Pan. Its concept is so ingenious, you’ll wonder why it hasn’t been done before: one pan replaces eight traditional pieces of cookware and does pretty much everything (bar the washing up). It also comes in a rainbow of colours, so you can coordinate with your kitchen.