Andscape’s holiday gift guide
Have your folks been naughty and nice? Here’s a list you won’t need to check twice
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: blowing money fast on everyone but yourself.
This holiday season, instead of haphazardly hitting “add to cart” at the last minute or getting up at the crack of dawn to shop Black Friday deals, allow this curated list of gifts, many from Black-owned brands and priced at less than $200, to double as a list you won’t need to check twice.
We’ve got something for everyone, no matter if they’ve been naughty or nice.
The Last Line Ballerina Jewelry Box
It’s rare to see a jewelry box featuring a spinning Black ballerina. Give this keepsake to your favorite little girl.
Sister Love Hoop Earrings
LL Cool J’s wife, Simone I. Smith, teamed up with singer Mary J. Blige on a collaboration inspired by their friendship and love for statement pieces the fly girl in your life will love.
Grounded Monstera Deliciosa Set
Known as a symbol of long life and the honoring of elders, Monstera plants are perfect for those who impart wisdom into you from this Black-owned, Washington-area brand. Bonus: if you don’t have a green thumb, schedule a complimentary, 15-minute Office Hours call.
Golde Superwhisk Matcha Kit
This Black-owned brand is on a mission to make wellness accessible. Gift this whisk to the friend who wants to stop spending money on oat milk lattes for a professional barista experience at home.
Fenty Eau de Parfum
In preparation for Rihanna’s largest commercial to date — the Fenty Bowl (known to some as the Super Bowl) — gift this unisex scent with notes of blueberry, rose and musk to the sports fan in your life.
Thorne Dynasty Joint Holder
Surprise your favorite cousin to “go on a walk” with this upgrade.
Edas Yshaia Bag
A structural leather handbag that serves as an artsy pop of color from a Black-owned brand that prides itself on delivering “feminine and staple accessories, accommodating the everyday, eclectic woman.”
‘BlackTold: 33 Dynamic Essays from Andscape‘
Every bookshelf needs the second title from Andscape Books, featuring essays sitting at the intersection of race and identity in America.
B. Stuyvesant Blanc de Blancs
B. Stuyvesant Champagne, named after the Brooklyn, New York, neighborhood where the Black woman who owns the brand grew up, has ventured beyond bubbly to offer a fruity chardonnay blending grapes from two to three harvests and aged for almost two years. Cheers to making it through the year.