With the holidays right around the bend, Whitewall is sharing its top picks to help you fulfill your last-minute gifting needs—like Loro Piana’s genderless collection with Hiroshi Fujiwara, luxury lighting designed by Lukáš Novák for Lasvit, a sumptuous collaboration between The Macallan and designer Rhuigi Villaseñor, and more.
For the luxury maison’s first-ever collaboration, Loro Piana has teamed up with Hiroshi Fujiwara to create a genderless collection, merging streetwear style and elegant garments for unmistakable innovation. Suitable for a man or woman in your life who loves the luxurious blends of unparalleled cashmere, garments in the capsule line are exclusively available online and in Asia.
Lukáš Novák’s Spacey table lamp for Lasvit employs the traditional technique of lithyalin with a sphere shape for an updated look of luxury. If a relative is looking to upgrade the lighting in their home, or is going through an interior revamp, this is a great gift to get the design process flowing.
Yabu Pushelberg’s Via del Corso lounge chair, inspired by the historic Roman meeting point, balances soft curves and a light, floating construction in upholstery of fabric or leather. Of course, we see this design piece in an Italian villa overlooking a grand lake, but we also envision its curves anchoring a new nursery or at the foot of a low-to-the-ground bed.
Originally launched in 2006, Chloé’s iconic Edith leather bag sees a rerelease by the brand’s designer Gabriela Hearst, now with rounded handles, functional buckles, and a natural palette. Ideal for a chic, bohemian friend or family member, the accessories is available in various sizes, patterns, and materials.
Louis Vuitton’s delicate Vivienne object is reimagined in 11 new jewelry creations for the “Vivienne Travelers” collection, held in a majestic trunk exclusively designed for the mascots. For that special someone in your life, the Vivienne Travelers pendants pay homage to the cultures dear to Louis Vuitton—seen in an array of exquisite metals and gemstones. And extra special for the jewelry collector in your life, a dedicated jewelry trunk was designed for statement pieces, especially the variations of Vivienne.
Wandler’s unmissable handbag collection remains modern and distinct, while offering new functional designs made of soft leather, curved shapes, and unmissable hues. If you’re still searching for the perfect pop of cheer for your upcoming holiday party outfit, this is your cue.
The Macallan‘s unparalleled flavors of single malt Scotch whisky have been taken to new heights this year with The Harmony Ritual Kit, designed by Rhuigi Villaseñor, the founder and creative director of RHUDE and the current designer at Bally. For the brand’s limited-edition annual release of the “Harmony” collection—capped at 200, available only on NTWRK—a double-sided wooden vessel hosting a suite of goods for enjoying both coffee and whisky was designed by Villaseñor. Featuring whisky guided by Steven Bremner and coffee collaboratively created by Kenean Asefa Dukamo for a harmonious blend, as the collection’s name implies, the kit features two large drams and a bottle of whisky inspired by Intense Arabica; a factoid insert and QR code on how to execute “It’s Coffee Time at The Macallan” at home; and a custom french press and two coffee cups made of upcycled materials. The multi-sensory tasting experience, encased in a sleek red box, would undoubtedly excite any holiday scrooge.
The Swedish brand Filippa K recently released a four-piece Fall/Winter 2022 collection, featuring “The Circulose Loop”—a line combining tradition and innovation for garments made of recycled fibers. For the season, the brand also returned with its “Swedish Wool” sweaters in new striped designs, perfect for both men and women. Encouraging us to consume mindfully, and create a more circular economy, pieces from the environmentally conscious brand whisper a thoughtful reminder to stay responsible—and to stay warm.