In continue with our wrtier's holiday gift guides, Nina shares her picks for this holiday shopping season.
Marvel Encyclopaedia Limited Edition – $125
This is the gift for the “mature” comic book lover on your list. Limited edition. Signed. Collector’s item. Need I say more? Nope. So let the other folks try and delight their special someone with yet another video game for the PS3, you get to Indigo and grab this!
His & Hers Fossil Watches – $150 & $135
We all keep crazy schedules and being on time is important. Being on time and being stylish? Bonus. These offer a great gift for someone that values a nice timepiece.
iPad Case – $95
Get your mom/sister/cousin/female something nice to clothe their precious iPads in. So the next time you are all in a gathering, she can show off the case along with the family photos.
Hudson’s Bay Avenue Merino Wool Throw – $225
Maybe your home needs some gifting too? I’d like to think your home would enjoy this new addition a lot. This throw is a more modern twist to the classic Bay heavy wool blankets.
Olympus EP-3 – $900
This camera is your entry ticket to better, cleaner, more vibrant photos and videos. For travel, food, family - anything really. A great gift the whole family can enjoy.
Belmonte Raw and Juice Cleanses – $varies
Carol Belmonte does the best raw juice cleanses in the city. Seriously. Do yourself a favour and buy this for the post-Holiday bloating and sluggishness. Consider this your gift to yourself. You can read my experience with the 5 day cleanse/detox here.
Collingwood Whiskey – $30
Support the local economy, all while sipping on artisanal whiskey. Sign me up now. The beautifully packaged Collingwood Whiskey would make a fine addition to any bar – yours or your hosts.
Experience Toronto Right – $varies
There are so many gifts available in Toronto that might give someone a better, real, more fulfilling experience in Toronto. These are the types of gifts that would best suit “those that have everything.” Think your parents, or perhaps people that aren’t into “getting more stuff.” Hammam Spa on Toronto’s stylish King West, offers traditional Turkish bath rituals for solo or couple experiences. Maybe tickets to a play or an exhibition? AGO has a Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition on until January 20th. While, Mirvish has a series of great plays for all tastes. A night out at a known Toronto restaurant would be top on anyone’s wish list. Oliver & Bonacini offers a number of restaurants for diverse palettes and wallets, and a gift card accepted at all.