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The buy guide: Holiday 2011

Libertine A/W 2011/Image: S. Whittle for Style Wylde



Whether you are celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, or Kwanza the pressure to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones is high. Everyone wants to give great gifts, but  who has time to scour every boutique and indie-online shop to find the most unique, thoughtful and budget friendly gifts out there? The Style Wylde interns do! That's right, we've sent our loyal interns out to find the great gift ideas for our readers, as a starting point for your own inspiration or as quick fix for the I don't know what to get them blues

Medis Earbuds by Urbanears/image courtesy of Introducing, The buy guide: Holiday 2011!

Over the next month we will be updating weekly with thematic lists built around specific people in your life.  This week's list: your design-loving urban boyfriend or girlfriend.

Happy Holidays, and joyful shopping Wyldies!

Iconoclast messenger from Timbuk2/image courtesy of Timbuk2

Vintage letterpress from Yee-Haw Industries/Image courtesy of yee haw industries









convertible watches from Fossil/image:courtesy of Fossil








 Fuji Instax Mini 7's/Image courtesy of Fuji




For the young, urban, design-loving person in your life we recommend: 

Hand painted gloves  with a punk rock edge from the LA based label, Libertine, prices on inquiry at Bergdorf Goodman, Maxfield LA.(top left)

Brightly colored earbuds from Urban Ears. $50 from (top right)

Iconoclast Messenger bags from San Francisco based Timbuk2 $120 (middle left)

Vintage, and repro letterpress art prints, and journals from Yee-Haw Industries $20-$600 (middle right)

Watches for him with interchangeable straps from Fossil, $105-$135 for the watch, $20-$25 for the straps.Available at or at major department stores nationwide.(lower left)

Fuji Instanx Mini 7's camera, old-fashioned "Polaroid" esque shots with a modern upgrade via this palm-sized camera from Fuji. $62 on Amazon, or at indie camera shops nationwide. (lower right)

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