Simplify your holiday shopping. From “stop them in their tracks” coffee-table books to the coolest aperitifs on the market, our annual gift guide makes it easy to check off everyone on your list in record time. The hardest part: resisting the urge to fill your virtual shopping cart with too many presents for yourself.


Add Classic Luxury to Life on the Road

ADD CLASSIC LUXURY TO LIFE ON THE ROAD. Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah
Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah

Clockwise from left: J.W. Hulme leather backpack A slim silhouette totes up to a 15-inch laptop, $795. Leica M10 A photography icon, made better; from $7,295. Stòffa accessories Traditional craftsmanship with a modern aesthetic. Scarf, $325; rabbit felt hat, $200. Smythson currency case Keep foreign bills neat and tidy without adding bulk, $355. Persol Steve McQueen sunglasses Hollywood cool with high-tech lenses, $480. Autodromo driving gloves Navigate the Stelvio Pass in style, $125. Hodinkee watch folio For the two-watch traveler, $225. Tudor Black Bay GMT Track three time zones at once with this vintage-inspired timepiece, $3,900.


Shake Up Cocktail Hour With Excitingly Unexpected Spirit Choices

SHAKE UP COCKTAIL HOUR WITH EXCITINGLY UNEXPECTED SPIRIT CHOICES. Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah
Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah

Clockwise from top left: Koval gin Woodland spices and wildflower aromas, $57. Nobushi whiskey Japanese whiskey aged in American oak, $50. Rosolio Italicus An aperitivo of bergamot and citrus; serve over ice, $53. Hetta glogg Sweden’s favorite winter beverage will warm up any holiday gathering, $19. Bozal mezcal Slow-maturing wild agave plants from Guerrero and Oaxaca provide a smoky edge, $77. Fferrone glassware Handcrafted decanter, $220; glass, $80 for two. Seedlip Grove 42 Complex spirits without the alcohol, $36. Sweetdram Escubac A revived French liqueur recipe with a modern twist, packed with warm winter spices, $30.


Celebrate Old School with Sure-To-Be-Heirloom Gear for Exploring the Great Outdoors

CELEBRATE OLD-SCHOOL WITH SURE-TO- BE-HEIRLOOM GEAR FOR EXPLORING THE GREAT OUTDOORS. Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah
Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah

Clockwise from top left: Best Made camp blanket Woven by the famed Pendleton Woolen Mills, $198. Filson fishing pack, $295. Norwegian Wood, by Lars Mytting Scandinavia’s runaway bestseller, $25. Victor Axe half hatchet, $110. Wood & Faulk classic camp stool English bridle leather and ash legs provide a portable perch, $185. Filson insulated tin cloth cap See and be seen. A hunting-season necessity in blaze orange, $65. UCO stormproof matches, $8. Orvis Helios fly rod & Mirage II reel Made in Vermont, unrivaled casting accuracy, $1,426. Yeti Tundra 45 The coolest cooler, $300. (Beers by Hudson Valley Brewery.)


Feather Every Nest With Cozy Picks to Make a Long Winter Wonderful

FEATHER EVERY NEST WITH COZY PICKS TO MAKE A LONG WINTER WONDERFUL. Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah
Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah

Clockwise from left: Symbol Audio modern record player Sure to delight audiophiles and design lovers; plays wireless digital sources too; from $3,295. Molekule air purifier If they’re going to be stuck inside all winter, why not make sure they’re breathing the best air possible? $799. Roros Tweed Asmund bold blanket Norwegian lamb’s wool in strikingly bold patterns will add a welcome jolt of color to any living room, $295. Wolfum Sybil tabletop backgammon A game board gorgeous enough to leave out all the time, $215. Fellow Stagg EKG kettle Electric kettle convenience with the precision (and good looks) of a finely crafted pour-over kettle, from $149.


Easy to Wrap, Easy to Love: Gift the Year’s Most Gorgeous Pages

Easy to wrap, easy to love: gift the year's most gorgeous pages. Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah
Photograph by Jarren Vink, Styling by Wendy Schelah

Clockwise from left: Ali powerHouse Books, $50. Friction: Passion Brands in the Age of Disruption powerHouse Books, $27.50. Pet-tecture: Design for Pets Phaidon, $25. The Lego Book DK, $25. Imagine John Yoko Grand Central, $150. Notes on Decor, Etc. Rizzoli, $55. Design for Children Phaidon, $60. Beastie Boys Book Spiegel & Grau, $50. River Cafe London: Thirty Years of Recipes and the Story of a Much-Loved Restaurant Knopf, $40. Protest: The Aesthetics of Resistance Lars Müller Publishers,$30.The Great New York Subway Map MoMA,$20. Chair: 500 Designs That Matter Phaidon, $30.

A version of this article appears in the December 1, 2018 issue of Fortune with the headline “Holiday Gift Guide.”

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