1. Fleur'd Pins, the original line of men's lapel flower created by noted fashion photographer Andrew Werner has debuted his holiday collection- and its all about snake skin. The exotic new line has been made as a limited-run and includes six (6) eye-catching Fleurs from neutral desert tones, to an over-sized silver, and appropriately festive green-and-red two tone – all in python. Werner tell us "Python is so beautiful and luxurious, men should be able to have accessories, as women do, that make them feel just as elegant and decandant". Prices range from $200 to $325 for the exotic skins, available now at Fleurdpins.com and save 10% with discount code FFTH!
2. "RED" For the Holidays. Gilt.com is offering a wide assortment of (RED) partner products from The GAP, Converse, Bespoken, 7 For All Mankind, Mophie and more, as well as products from brands including Warby Parker. Exclusive items include a printed motif T-shirt designed by EJ Johnson, a special (RED) bouquet from FarmGirl Flowers and a canvass ‘Love Me’ tote bag by acclaimed photographer and illustrator Curtis Kulig. The Gilt x (RED) 'shop' is live so shop till you drop
3. I Heart Boy or I Heart Girl or both, Jessica Yatrofsky. While we're so over normal coffee table books, we'd make an exception for Yatrofsky's nude photography books. Both books capture her muses with a varying degrees of “masculine” and “feminine” traits which Yatrofsky has always done before gender fluidity was a thing. Notable models in books include Shaun Ross in "I Heart Boy" and Rain Dove in "I Heart Girl". With the hardcover books priced between $25-$30, these books will surely be the talk of any holiday party.
4. XISTWEAR- If the Apple Watch wristband isn't doing it for you because its ugly or cliche or anything in between, XISTWEAR watches are designed immaculately and function just as well. Designer Johanna Ferguson used her expertise in jewelry for almost ten years previously to combine fashion with technology. When Ferguson first put on the Apple Watch, she tells us that "she was dismayed because the band didn't coordinate at all for daytime wear and unacceptable for any form of evening wear." This innovative product is out now in six different colors including black, navy, gunmetal, and more. http://www.xistwear.com