Siempre Recycled Blanket

Black Saw Co. uses natural or recycled fibers and ensures their factories take care of their resources by using renewable energy and paying close attention to safety, fair trade, and pro-social practices. Blacksaw Baby Alpaca is not actually taken from baby alpacas, it is humanely shorn each spring from the underside and neck, where the wool is the finest and softest. This is what makes it “Baby Alpaca”. The Siempre Throw is made from factory cuttings; instead of being swept up and discarded as scraps to end up in landfills, the fibers are respun into recycled yarn and woven into the Siempre Throw. 

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Cotton Napper Weighed Blanket

More serotonin? Less cortisol? An overwhelming sense of ease and comfort as we drift off to sleep? Yes, please. Bearaby’s Tree Napper weighted blanket is made from wood pulp from eucalyptus trees sourced in a responsible, closed-loop process. This “TENCEL Lyocell” fabric is super soft yet still regulated temperature like linen. The Cotton Napper is made from long-staple GOTS-certified cotton. Available in three weights, it’s like nestling under a hug.

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Reversible black robe

Just as committed to luxury as sustainability, LESSLESS uses solely natural noble fabrics which are biodegradable and long-lasting: linen, silk, eco-cashmere, and eco baby alpaca. Flax, used for linen, grows naturally and doesn’t require more than rainwater. We’re loving the reversible silk robe for understated elegant glamor with a relaxed fit.



Sanitizing Hand Mist

Rooted in alchemy, Sigil Scent founder Patrick Kelly makes 100% natural, gender neutral fine fragrances from botanical oils, absolutes, and tinctures. With Patrick’s incredible attention to intention and practice, each scent evokes a special moment, and their hand sanitizer is no exception. Sigil’s 72% alcohol-based cleansing hand mist* includes vetiver, palmarosa, rosewood, and mandarin. A recurring donation—10% of hand mist sales—is made to a monthly rotating non-profit. December’s organization is Femme Defense Fund.

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Rise Volumising and Texturising Hairspray

According to Franco Gobbi, celebrity hair-stylist, and Manuela Affatato, co-founder, Fragile is a way to represent the delicate balance between human nature and the planet we live on. Their slogan is Power in Nature, reflected in their eco-friendly packaging, organic and sustainable ingredients, and zero waste commitment. Fragile body and hair products are made entirely in Italy with minimum environmental impact and maximum respect for the power of nature. We love their Rise hairspray for a quick spritz of extra body and texture.

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Envelope 1976

Oslo Pants

Founded by Norweigan editor Celine Aagaard, Envelope 1976 is dedicated to modern clothing with an emphasis on sustainable sourcing, renewable, natural, and biodegradable materials, and takes care to ensure each step in their production process is responsibly and consciously executed. This includes recycled material used in wrapping, chemical-free dyeing processes, and sourcing sustainable partners throughout the planning, supply, and manufacturing. Hello, timeless pieces with a forever aesthetic.

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Estelle Colored Glass

Rocks Glass ‑ Set of 6 in Amber Smoke

A luxury brand of hand-blown colored glass cake stands and stemware in a mix of jewel tones and soft pastels, Estelle Colored Glass commissions original pieces from glass artisans in Poland who work at a heritage company with a rich 100 + year history using traditional techniques. We love the amber smoke-tinted rocks glasses to add a luxurious, gentlemanly touch to our bar carts.

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Lizzie Mandler

Linked Necklace

With two signature 18k knife edge oval links, the LINKED by L.A. based Lizzie Mandler necklace signifies togetherness, something we all could use a little bit more of this year. Available in Yellow, Rose or White Gold proceeds from this necklace will be donated to Black Lives Matter and the NAACP to aid in the fight to help end racial injustice.

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Photo/genics + Co.


Including a diffuser like you’ve never seen before, Photo/genics + Co offers an array of sculptural, home-scenting products that double as decor for all of your minimalist greyscale needs. Based in California and founded upon the ideals of a holistic lifestyle with therapeutic products, their concrete bowl diffuser is filled with natural lava rocks that slowly aromatize your room. Six beautiful high-concentration essential oil fragrances are available.

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Haati Chai

Kalasi Pearl Hoops

With a hand selection of high-quality, conflict-free materials and honoring the experience of third-generation jewelers in Los Angeles, each Haati Chai piece is meticulously handmade to not only be worn now, but years to come. Apart from the quality of their pieces, Haati Chai places great importance on partnering with different organizations to consciously shed light on issues close to the designer’s heart. On December 15th, 100% of profits will be donated to the Loveland Foundation— an organization committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. While we love the Kalasi Pearl Hoops, the Devi Ring is another beautiful option for a supportive gift as 100% of profits are donated to Concern Bangladesh, an organization dedicated to ending extreme poverty.

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Symbiome Skincare

The One Cream

Symbiome’s The One lotion has just three ingredients. Focused on science-backed skincare that nourishes the skin’s microbiome, this restorative cream replenishes and restores natural glow through BioIntact™ technology and fermentation. Symbiome boasts only 18 ingredients across its seven products, eliminating any unnecessary additives across the board. A minimalist formula with maximum hydration.

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Chloé for UNICEF oversized T‑shirt

Support “Girls Forward” through your gift shopping with Chloe’s UNICEF collaboration T-shirt. The brand committed to work with UNICEF by donating 100% of T-shirt proceeds to eventually educate 6.5 million girls and equip them for future careers in the workplace with gender equality programs to close the equity gap. The tee features two clasped hands in a gesture of togetherness, in the spirit of Chloe founder Gaby Aghion who once said “To all women, I always say, you must dare.” We also love the UNICEF x Chloe pendant necklace and calfskin wallet.

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Freda Salvador


Made in the Freda Salvador family factory in El Salvador, the JAMES slipper is made is a super cozy shearling lined slipper with haircalf upper. Freda Slavdor works with artisans who believe in keeping the art and integrity of shoemaking alive. A percentage of JAMES slipper sales will be donated to the Supérate school located on the factory campus.

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Brother Vellies

Wilson Loafer in Linen

If at the heart of house codes could be responsibility, ethical and social activism, sustainable practices that support global artisans, and original designs in hides and natural materials, we’d be talking about Brother Vellies. At the core of the brand is founder and creative director Aurora James, who founded the brand after a trip to Africa in an effort to preserve traditional craftsmanship and provide employment to local artisans. Everything Aurora does and makes has a purpose, from the decor in her Brooklyn store to the non-profit she founded earlier this year, The 15% Pledge.

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Seedlip Drinks

Spice 94 Mycelium Gift Set

Sugary mocktails be gone. Seedlip is a great option for a non-alcoholic yet sophisticated beverage, no matter why someone may not be drinking. Distilled with traditional botanical methods in a six-week process, each individual botanical ingredient is distilled separately, before blending. Each offering can be sipped, stirred, mixed, or crafted into drinks of choice, and the mycelium gift set comes in completely home biodegradable packaging made from mushroom roots and includes a recycled highball glass and plantable thyme seed tag.

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Bambini Furtuna

Essentials Set & Family Gratitude Journal

Bambini Furtuna products are inspired by local healing traditions from Sicily and made with organic olive oil from La Furtuna Estate. The 350-hectare preserve has been in the Furtuna family for generations. It’s home to more than 12,000 olive trees, 500 unique plants, and hundreds of medicinal herbs. Co-founder pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene, worked with Furtuna’s master ethnobotanist, Pasquale “Mimmo” Marino, to distill the land’s natural gifts into high quality, safe ingredients for the littlest bambini.

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Ami Amalia

JVB Merino Sweater

Luxury knitwear with a conscience. Made in Romania in Ami Amalia’s family factory, each sweater is made with the kind of that care and attention to detail that all luxury products should be born from. Ami Amalia is committed to a fully sustainable and eco-conscious product lifestyle from sourcing cruelty free farms to working with artisanal heritage yarn suppliers that follow the same ethical and sustainable guidelines in their production practices. Our collaboration sweater is made from mulesing, cruelty free New Zealand merino wool that is then spun at a heritage yarn factory in Italy that has been using traditional, natural techniques for decades. The yarn is then knitted at the energy conscious Ami Amalia atelier, into made-to-order sweaters.

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The Original Crock’d Kit

Give the opportunity to disconnect from devices and connect with some thing real, something tangible, something you can make with your hands – clay! Pottery and art at large is so important for our identities and sense of connection to the world, and yet it can sometimes feel inaccessible. Crockd makes it easy to “Get Crock’d” at home with DIY kits including all the necessary tools, plus themed prompts to inspire meaningful conversation and put the phones down. They’ve even found kilns around the world to help fire and glaze finished creations.

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Son Trava

ZAKHARKA silk pajama shirt in pistacchio

Son Trava is the perfect example of slow fashion. Buttery soft silk pajamas are made from dead stock fabrics from Italian factories that produce luxury textiles, ensuring lower energy usage by not expending resources on creating new, unnecessary materials. Pieces are made in limited quantities, to order, and Son Trava engages local businesses in their home city of Warsaw, Poland like small, local ateliers and factories with trusted production and working conditions.

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The perfect last minute gift! ShelterSuit is a non-profit that believes everyone deserves warmth, protection and dignity. They design and manufacture multifunctional products that provide immediate shelter to people experiencing homelessness using recycled materials in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This means ShelterSuit also employs people with a distance to the labour market (ie: former refugees and former homeless individuals), to help close the poverty loop. Make a donation through their website to help provide either a coat or a backpack that double as shelter. ShelterSuit partners with NGO’s worldwide to distribute coats and bags that double as homes.


Hortiki Plants

Herb Garden Kit

Hortiki plants from Dr Victoria LeBeaux, Hortiki plants is based on her 15 years of experience in sustainable agriculture. This kit includes your choice of three seed types, three coconut coir seed starter pellets, three bamboo plant Name tags, two gags of organic soil, one glass mister bottle for gently watering new sprouts, growing Instructions, recipes, fun facts and more. All the contents for this kit are sourced in North America.

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