The holidays are here! With time running out on gift shopping, 26 Vogue editors are here to help ease the process by sharing what’s on their own holiday wish lists. If you, like many of our editors, are looking to give your homes a much needed facelift as we all hunker down this winter, consider a sculptural vase by Anissa Kermiche to put on your tabletop. Bud vases are on Living writer Elise Taylor’s list, or try a beautiful new serving platter by John Derian, a favorite of Sustainability Editor, Tonne Goodman’s. Jewelry is another category on a lot of our editors’ minds, a gift that is a bit of a splurge, but an investment. Alexandra Michler, Director of Fashion Initiatives has her eye on an 18-karat gold and silver topaz ring by Fred Leighton that would dazzle both on Zoom and in a post-pandemic world. On the more affordable end, Fashion News Editor, Steff Yotka is eyeing a personalized pearl and gold necklace under $200 that she hopes will remind her of the good in 2020.

Ahead, 26 Vogue Editors on everything they’re coveting for the holidays.

Rickie De Sole, Executive Fashion Director

I think that personalized gifts make for some of the best gifts. I had my second child this summer and this photo album would be the perfect gift to memorialize the wild year that has been 2020!

Artifact Uprising signature layflat photo album

Madeline Swanson, Market Editor

I’m a sucker for cardigans and have had my eye on this button-bedazzled version from Tory Burch ever since I laid eyes on it (digitally, that is). I’m not asking for much this year, but a quirky and charming piece like this is special enough to make the cut!

Tory Burch button embellished cardigan

Zoe Ruffner, Beauty Editor

Gift cards to my favorite restaurants (Raoul’s, Omen, King…) are at the top of my list this year, as is a bottle of I Sodi’s small batch olive oil. But I’ve also had my eye on this cozy cord set from The Row, which I’d happily live in all winter long.

The Row Bette boxy cotton-corduroy overshirt

The Row Caylan high-rise cotton-corduroy wide-leg trousers

Elise Taylor, Living Writer

After a brief attempt to learn French, I finally settled on a new pandemic hobby that doesn’t involve the Duolingo owl haunting my dreams: flower arranging. So top of my Christmas list this year? Vases! I’m currently eying Source and Tradition’s sea-inspired bud vases for Jean Georges, House of Hackney’s Serpentis vase, and Annisa Kermiche’s Jugs Jug vase.

Anissa Kermiche Jugs Jug ceramic vase

House of Hackney Serpentis ceramic vase

Chloe Malle, Contributing Editor

Every year about this time I find myself moving my Nili Lotan sweaters into heavy rotation as temperatures drop. This year I would love to add this half-zip, lounge-ready edition to my rotation!

Tonne Goodman, Sustainability Editor

I have been collecting plates and bowls from Astier de Villatte since I first started attending the Paris collections many years ago(such a fond memory right now…)

Little did I know that John Derian now has a wonderful collection at his enchanted store on Christopher street, around the corner from where I live (I have my sister, Wendy, to thank for informing me!)Now I can continue my collection without the flight to Paris…so happy—as currently but not forever, that is not on my itinerary…

John Derian simple oval platter

Mai Morsch, Associate Market Editor

At the top of my list this year are a pair of Celine loafers. In my mind, a great gift is one to cherish for years to come. I also have my eye on this glitzy ring from Daphine—a festive accessory even if my holidays are spent in sweats.

Julie Tong, Commerce Editor

As I think about the holidays and more evenings spent at home, I’m focused on how to make my small NYC space feel a little more special. One element I’m looking to refresh is my dinnerware and this Dior plate would make the perfect gift to make even the simplest meals feel more enticing.



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