Make This Christmas One To Remember With A Gucci Gift

Make This Christmas One To Remember With A Gucci Gift

Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon


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Every year, we all receive at least one gift that doesn’t quicken the pulse — typically socks, an album of questionable musical mellifluousness, or a bottle of mid-range scotch whose only drinkable path is as a cocktail ingredient. While it’s harder to avoid these gifts on the receiving end, you can be sure the important people in your life never experience such gifting ambivalence by having a look at the thoughtfully curated gift edits at Gucci.

With a fresh collection that expresses the budding creative direction of Sabato De Sarno, Gucci’s current offering is resplendent with tasteful textures, richly shaded hues, and silhouettes as sleek as they come. So regardless of if it’s the woman who brought you into this world, your ride-or-die pal, the subject of your daily adoration, or even your favourite furry four-legged friend, the gifting selection available at Gucci is unparalleled.

Gifting For Your Best Mate

We’ve all got a best mate who either needs to treat himself a little more often, or is in desperate need of advice on dressing better, but either way, he won’t forget unwrapping a Gucci box in a hurry. If he’s been known to wear square-toed faux-leather footwear to the office, a pair of Horsebit 1953 Loafers would go down a treat, or the everyday companion of the Wallet With GG Detail. If he’s into his watches, but holds the outdated opinion that “fashion watches” aren’t real watches, you can disabuse him of the concept with the Gucci 25H timepiece, complete with an automatic micro-rotor movement.

Gifting For Your Significant Other

Treating the special person in your life is always a good idea, but especially when the silly season rolls around with the warmer weather. A pair of Gucci Blondie Pearl Earrings is a timelessly classy option, or if they’re more of a silver wearer than gold, this Interlocking G Diamond Bracelet can be dressed up or down with ease. However, if jewellery was the theme of last year, a bag might be in order. To that end, this Bamboo 1947 Super Mini Bag makes for the ideal companion for a night out.

Gifting For Your Business Partner

If there’s one person who is worth celebrating your own successes with, its your business partner. No matter if they’re a regular around town and could use a Ophidia Messenger Bag, or they’re stamping their passport more than most and need a Porter Cabin Plus Trolley, they’ll be eternally grateful for your generosity and partnership. Or, for the person who already has everything, but could use a clean-cut card holder the Card Case With Gucci Script is a lovely option.

Gifting For Your Mum

The myth goes that dads are impossible to buy for, but that doesn’t mean a little thought doesn’t need to go into buying for mum. It’s unlikely she’d ever utter the sentence, “I’ve got all the bags I need,” making the Gucci Blondie Small Shoulder Bag, the Gucci Horsebit 1955 Mini Bag, or the Gucci Jackie 1961 Small Shoulder Bag all equally compelling options to make her year.

Gifting For Your Pet

Your beloved pet might not offer much as far as daily verbal affirmation, but the love and care they offer up every day means they more than deserve their own treat this year. To guarantee that you’ve got the best-dressed pooch at brunch, a Pet Collar or an Interlocking G Pet Tag are both subtler ways of communicating a level of elevation. For those in Australia’s rainier states, or simply if your pup feels the cold more than most, a Pet GG Coat will turn heads at any dog park.

For a closer look at any of these gifting suggestions, visit your local Gucci boutique or visit one of the pop-ups in Paris, London, Shenzhen and Bangkok that will be open throughout November and December. The Gucci Gift selection is available in selected stores across the world and online on

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Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon is the Editor of Boss Hunting, joining the team after working as the Deputy Editor of luxury watch magazine Time+Tide. He has a passion for watches, with other interests across style, sports and more. Get in touch at nick (at)



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