A gift-card hub for indie shops, spas, and restaurants around the country. What To Expect: An elevated gift-card experience, with fully customizable templates and easy email, text, or print options for delivery. Price Range: The sky’s the limit—card values are totally flexible. Perks: Give a fail-safe, universal gift card that lets recipients use their credit at any Giftbar merchant around the country.
A Brit-based destination for jet-set-worthy accessories and housewares. What To Expect: Swoon-worthy pieces like a bejeweled, beaded clutch by Bea Valdes and a top-notch array of glam home décor like Fornasetti vases. Price Range: From $10 marker sets for kids to fine jewelry priced in the tens of thousands of dollars. Perks: Curated gift lists from style-setters like Christian Louboutin; gorgeous packaging with each order; shipping to more than 150 countries.
The most spectacular gourmet goods, cherry-picked from around the country. What To Expect: Previously unavailable items like cookies from Manhattan’s Momofuku Milk Bar and ribs shipped from Salt Lick BBQ in Driftwood, Texas. Price Range: Bourbon-infused caramels for $10; steaks from Brooklyn’s famed Peter Luger for $300. Perks: Look for a rocket-ship icon, which denotes items that ship for free.
Slick electronic gear to satisfy design geeks and tech nerds alike. What To Expect: Their always-evolving stock includes gizmos like slow-cooking sous-vide machines and sleek headphones made of ebony wood. Price Range: Inventory changes daily but can range from $20 for a slim iPhone wallet to $250 for portable speakers. Perks: Lengthy descriptions and videos give you the rundown on each gadget; the limited-edition inventory keeps the wares cutting-edge.
Earthy yet elegant artisan-made products. What To Expect: One-of-a-kind pieces by indie designers you’d be hard-pressed to find anyplace else, like leather-handled walnut cutting boards and screen-printed tea towels. Price Range: Nearly everything is under $100. Perks: Loads of exclusive items, handmade pieces, and gifts from companies that donate partial proceeds to charities.