Gift Guide: What to give those near and dear, even when we’re apart

Gift ideas for loved ones, or a treat for yourself.

Gift Guide: What to give those near and dear, even when we’re apart

The 2020 holiday season is going to be a little different, to say the least. We won’t be traveling. We won’t be hosting cocktail parties or soirees. And many of us won’t be able to visit our loved ones. But what we can still do is give a special gift, and let those near and dear to us know we’re thinking about them.

Photograph by Jarren Vink; Styling by Alex Silva

The Homebody

Explore a world of new tastes.

Clockwise from top left:
The pan that took Instagram by storm. Sauté, steam, sear, or sizzle; $150.
Jazz up a picnic or dinnertime at home with these designer bamboo plates in a variety of bold designs; $48 for four.
r Whimsy up a houseplant. Designed in Brooklyn and made in Portugal. ;$65.
Turkish-made slippers for warming winter toes; $205.
s; $50 for four.
A subscription that sources hand-poured candles from across the country; starts at $10 per month.

Photograph by Jarren Vink; Styling by Alex Silva

The Foodie

More than ever, ’tis the season to get cozy.

Clockwise from top left:
Handmade in Asheville, N.C.; $38.
Pair coffee lovers with beans from the country’s top roasters; $60 for three bags.
A wine subscription based on a personal flavor profile; from $60.
Wineglasses; $60 for four. Marble cheese board; $75.
Russ & Daughters American Caviar Gift Set Three 50-gram tins of the finest domestic caviar, complete with crème fraîche and blinis. Decadent; $375.

Photograph by Jarren Vink; Styling by Alex Silva

The Creator

For an aspiring YouTuber, podcaster, or music producer.

Clockwise from top left:
An updated mid-century classic; $599.
A synthesizer, sampler, and sequencer from Sweden; $1,299.
Stream to the world with 5G cellular and improved
cameras; from $699.
; $25.
Fujifilm X-S10 Incredible film simulation modes make this camera a vlogger’s dream; $1,500 with 18mm–60mm kit lens.
; $99.
A self-contained podcast studio; $599.
Blazing fast performance makes it ideal for the creator on the go; from $599.
; $299

Photograph by Jarren Vink; Styling by Alex Silva

The Audiophile

Turn off your mind, relax, and float downstream.

Clockwise from top left:
With an Ortofon OM5e cartridge, this turntable isn’t just stylish but sounds great too; $400.
Nebula by Anker Solar Projector With built-in Android TV and Chromecast; $599.
There’s nothing quite like the vintage sound of vacuum tubes; handmade in Binghamton, N.Y. ; $3,500.
Focal Stellia headphones French audio firm Focal’s flagship closed-back headphones utilize a beryllium dome driver to reproduce beautiful treble and articulate bass. Like honey being dripped in your ear; $2,990.

Photograph by Jarren Vink; Styling by Alex Silva

The Driver

Gifts to inspire the next Carroll Shelby or Lewis Hamilton.

Clockwise from top left:
AMMO Hoseless Car Wash Kit Keep the salt off this winter when you really don’t want to run the hose; $150.
Autodromo Intereuropa A hand-wound watch with a dial inspired by the gauges of vintage Italian race cars; $1,250.
Ettinger Key Ring Because your car deserves better than the free key chain from your last oil change; $100.
CXC Simulations The most advanced racing simulators for the home; from $57,000.
Lego Technic Lamborghini Sián Features Lamborghini’s iconic scissor doors, a faithful V-12 engine, and eight-speed gearbox; $380.

A version of this story appears in the December 2020/January 2021 issue of Fortune with the headline, “Holiday Gift Guide.”

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