1. Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay, $15.31. For that friend who never takes you up on your book recommendations, so she can see what she's missing.
2. Elucx Pink Clay Mask, $25. A mask she'd literally never buy herself because look how tiny and impractical it is.
3. Quay Sunnies, $50. Glasses so big they look good on any face. Because they hide it.
4. Tacopedia, $30. For the boyfriend who won't let you display Influence by the Olsen Twins on your coffee table (aka mine). Finally, a book that reflects both of your interests.
5. UNIQFIND Marble Macbook Cover, $24.99. Mom I know you're reading this I want this.
6. Madewell Isosceles Cuff Bangle, $27.26. Prove to your friends you're better at buying them jewellery than their boyfriends, because that's what Jesus wanted.
7. OVO Wool Varsity Snapback, $50. Or, the cap pitched by OVO's white employee. Who doesn't love Drake? Who doesn't love snapbacks? Who doesn't love The 6? That was a rhetorical question.
8. A Different New York/New York Times Magazine Subscription, $29.97. Because you KNOW their bi-weekly New Yorker is just a breakfast-Instagram prop.
9. Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, $42. Because the basics own surf spray now.
10. The Roaster's Pack subscription, $26.95/month. Three different coffees delivered to your door every month, or The Dream. If they're not a coffee fan, there's also meat-of-the-month subscription The Carnivore Club, or sock-of-the-month subscription Yo Sox for the 25-year-old accountant in your life.
11. R+Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo, $29. For the friend who doesn't shower and appreciates excellent branding. We all have one.
12. Gray Malin Carry On Cocktail Kit, $24. For the Insta-queen who would lose her shit over a sprinkle-rimmed vodka soda.
13. Where's Karl by Stacey Caldwell, $15.15. Where's Waldo, but with Karl Lagerfeld. If there's no Pulitzer buzz for this masterpiece yet I'm starting it now.
14. Normale Magazine, $20. A gorgeous indie pub out of Toronto for the creative lady-force in your life.
15. Lip Kit by Kylie, $29. Because this is 2015 and even if someone's told us they've had lip injections, we still want to buy their cover story. Literally.