The Day of Love is fast approaching – here’s what to buy.
Shop all products at the bottom of this post!
- For yourself
The most important person, obviously. Polly Nor’s artwork focuses on the theme of self love and embracing our own bodies. She sells 30 x 30cm prints of her artworks (which handily fits that Ikea frame you have lying around) and she’ll even sign it for you before sending it out. Lucky you! (also available in phone cases)
2. For your BFF
Who doesn’t love the baby pink goodness of the Juno Calypso Honeymoon series, straight from the walls of the Saatchi and now in handy poster size!
3. For your French lover
Doesn’t everyone have one of those? Pick them up a saucy Jean-Jacques-François Le Barbier oil painting at Sotheby’s erotic sale on the 15th February
87.4 by 75cm., 34 7/8 by 29 1/2in.
4. For that wine-loving colleague that hits you up for post work drinks
Wine is good, red wine is best, and a Claret with a Luke Edward Hall design in a limited edition of 4,000 which comes in a case of 6 is the perfect way to drink away your work troubles
5. For the list loving mom
Your mom can also get a piece of Luke Edward Hall, who has his fingers in many pies, with personalised stationary from Papier. Well, she needs something to write your Christmas lists on, doesn’t she?
5. For the garden lover
aka the people who bought a plant and have somehow managed to keep it alive. Pleasure Garden Magazine (issue 2) via Alex Eagle navigates the worlds most beautiful gardens, including Capability Brown’s gardens at Stowe
6. For your baby momma
Treat her right with a Bronze Age Fertility Goddess from the Indus Valley, sourced from the Harappa excavation site in Punjab. ‘Nuff said
7. For the caffeine obsessive
Why not channel a caffeine dependency via a super chic Art Deco silver coffee pot