This pure cashmere jacquard Heart scarf is made by enduring British fashion brand Burberry – creators of the classic Gabardine trenchcoat. The playful heart motif is a nice touch for those of a romantic inclination.
Object of desire
British brand Wilbur & Gussie’s evening bags are made of silk and jewel-encrusted. Glamorous and luxurious, designs range from small, hard-case clutches with bevelled sides to classic envelope clutches.
Baz Lurhmann’s adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby divided critics, but there’s no denying its visual flair and sheer panache. So the DVD or Blu-ray could be a good bet for those who missed it at the cinema.
The bright stuff
This rainbow-hued, decorative dish will be treasured forever. Inspired by the Royal Academy exhibition of David Hockney’s work, A Bigger Picture, it is made of kiln-formed glass and echoes motifs in the artworks.
Donna Tartt’s long-awaited third novel, The Goldfinch, has been much talked about. Telling the tale of an explosion, a stolen painting and a teenager’s angst, it is a hefty 800-page tome, so this is one for committed Donna fans only.
The joy of receiving a gift that is beautiful and fundamentally frivolous should not be underestimated. Look no further than the golden pineapple jar – perfect for trinkets, it can be placed on the bedroom dressing table and gazed at lovingly. This one is by Merchant Archive.
Published in 1958, Truman Capote’s novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a classic – and quite dark - tale, featuring the character Holly Golightly, the author’s best-known creation. The loose film adaptation starring Audrey Hepburn transformed Golightly into a cultural icon.
Off the cuff
Jewellery designer Kirsten Goss experiments with stone-cutting and metalwork techniques, and her style is directional and elegant. Her Deco-inspired cuffs are made with hand-crafted brass, some featuring set stone.