Covent Garden has collaborated with the British Fashion Council and SHOWstudio to make your wrapping paper very chic.
Choose from limited edition patterns created by fashion designers, including Holly Fulton, Fyodor Golan and Marques’ Almeida.
If the colour’s not working for you but you love the style, don’t worry – they’ve got a fuzzy brown faux fur edition as well.
The gifts pile up, waiting for you to wrap them, which involves a search for wrapping paper, ribbons and bows.Rather than a labor of love, shopping and wrapping become a chore.First, you have to figure out what to buy each person on your list.Then you have to find it, often searching for the right size or color.And don’t worry about what to buy the men in your life either as there’s a great selection of Christmas gifts for him, too. As he put it himself, ‘One can never overstate the importance of accessories. I like dresses to be sober and accessories to be wild.’ This beautifully illustrated book explores the link between the extravagant palace of Versailles and fashion trends. Cover: Jac Jagaciak photographed by Patrick Demarchelier in the Salon de la Guerre at the Palace of Versailles.
She wears a dress from the Christian Dior haute couture Spring/Summer 2011 collection.Your ‘break glass in case of emergency’ presents include an utterly chic contender for our best Christmas jumpers roundup, courtesy of Carven.We also have a sophisticated velvet phone case from CHARLES & KEITH for just £15 (don’t mind if we do).Tip: combine Cointreau and lime juice in a glass and top off with sparkling water – voila, you’ve got Cointreau Fizz.Take on the chilly December weather with these fluffy accessories from Barbour.Others do not have such pleasant associations with gift giving.