GQ's Valentine's Day Gifts Women Will Flip For


Ditch the hoop earrings this year for something that shows her just how thoughtful you are this Valentine's day.

For your Wife:

A.P.C. and Aesop Fine Fabric Care

A.P.C. and Aesop Fine Fabric Care

Remember that hot little number by designer Phillip Lim? You're going to want to her to take good care of it. This cleanser works wonders on delicate items of clothing with its pettigrain, lemon, and cedarwood extracts.


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Bergamot Decorative Pillow

Bergamot Decorative Pillow

A simple, elegant pattern to match almost any slipcover or comforter. Plus, one extra reason to cuddle never hurt.

Pillow, $90, and insert, $25,

J. Crew Vintage Pajama Set

J. Crew Vintage Pajama Set

Why not give her another excuse to spend all day lazing around with you? With pajamas like these, she'll never want to get out of bed.


For your Mother:

Tokyomilk Wrapped Soap

Tokyomilk Wrapped Soap

Wildly affordable soaps wrapped in delicately tasteful hand-illustrated paper. In case you can't bring yourself to tearing up the packaging, take our word for it: The scents (one a blend of linden blossom and lavender, the other of green apple and bamboo) are simply awesome.


Kiel Mead Forget Me Knot Ring

Kiel Mead Forget Me Knot Ring

Remember how mom used to tie a string around her finger as a reminder to pick up milk? And the best part, of course, is that every time she slips it on she'll remember you.


Laguiole Steak Knives

Laguiole Steak Knives

She doesn't need to be a history buff or a foodie to appreciate these blades, but in an array of colors with a badass Napoleonic seal engraved on their stainless steel shafts, they'll be sure to incite some revolutionary cooking.


For your Girlfriend:

Silva/Bradshaw Sfero Ring

Silva/Bradshaw Sfero Ring

It's always daunting to give your girl a ring, even one that's as far from a diamond as this strikingly modern, spherical violet band. Luckily, the Sfero ring doubles as a pendant—the sleek gold chain is the perfect complement to the open angles of the sphere.


Laduree Notebook

Laduree Notebook

Because you can't get a box of delicate, legendary Laduree macarons shipped overseas, here's the next best thing: tasteful, high-quality stationery the color of fresh pistachio pastry.


Lomography Diana +
Dreamer Camera

Lomography Diana + Dreamer Camera

A cute update of a hipster classic, this pinhole camera creates images as low-fi chic as its 60s predecessor.






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