We all know how hard choosing gifts can be. That's why we asked our partner-in-jewellery, the wonderful Harris Reed – fashion designer and purveyor of exquisite taste – to let us know what he'll be giving his nearest and dearest this festive season. All the inspiration coming in haute.
For Your More Adventurous Family Members
"The Malachite Amulet Pendant Necklace is a beyond fabulous stacking piece. It's something that's perfect for my more adventurous family members who love to stack their necks to the gods and those who love to make a little holiday moment."
For Those That Are Hard to Buy For
"This is my forever baby! You can never go wrong with an In Good Hands piece as a gift because it represents togetherness: being there for your partner, friends or family members. It also looks beyond fabulous on anyone – male, female, older, or younger."
For Your Dad
"This Janus Locket Signet Ring is something I'm gifting my dad this holiday season. It's all about a statement – the detail on this piece makes it feel like lost treasure. It's really incredible, opening to show two faces."
For All Your Girlfriends
"I love wearing jewellery, but more than that I love having somewhere fabulous to store it. This dish looks divine by the bed or on your dresser – it just adds a splash of lavish anywhere it goes."
For Your Mum
"These Moonlight Pearl Drop Earrings are the celestial little gift I'll be giving my mom. They play up any holiday look and truly make the whole night sparkle."
For Your Partner
"Something that lets my husband know I am always by his side and I have his hand through anything."
For Your Sister
"My go-to for my sister! The Baya Hoops are fun and look beyond amazing stacked up the ear, bringing drama to any religious ear stacker."
A New Year's Gift For the Fashion Lovers
Okay, this last one comes from us at Missoma. If you love Harris as much as we do, why not pre-order his incredible new book, Fluid, before its January 18th release date?
With stunning photography, resplendent fashion, and illustrations of Harris's design process, Fluid takes readers beyond the idea of clothes as mere garments. You may or may not see a sprinkling of our collaboration in there, too!