Small pleasures: The best luxury stocking fillers for Christmas 2022


You’ve found them a great gift so now you can sit back and relax, right? Wrong. Christmas is all about generosity and surprises – and a carefully packed stocking is the perfect way to get the big day off to a great start. Happily, it’s not too late to curate a thoughtful selection of small-yet-special gifts. Here’s our guide to the best stocking fillers for Christmas 2022…

For her


labeca jumper

It is a truth universally known that no woman can ever have too many cable knit sweaters – especially when they come with the thoughtful design touches of this Labeca number. Available in khaki and oatmeal (both an ideal companion to denim of all kinds), it’s crafted from a soft recycled wool blend and features a pretty ruffle trim that is practically the definition of cosy.

Oatmeal Bobby sweater, £185,


assouline diamonds book

While we wouldn’t recommend putting actual diamonds in her Christmas stocking (there is, after all, no way to top that next year), this gorgeous coffee table book on the subject is the next best thing. Created in collaboration between Assouline and the Natural Diamond Council, Diamonds tells the story of the world’s most precious stone, from its royal ascendancy to the modern crop of designers democratising the jewel with their playful approach and innovative designs. Granted, you’re going to need a rather large stocking.

Diamonds: Diamond Stories, £70,


burberry icon sunglasses

Universally flattering, perennially necessary and oh-so-chic, sunglasses are always a good idea. They are, however, also a rather personal purchase so if you’re choosing for someone else keep it simple (and maybe also keep the receipt). Opt for Burberry’s oversized Sixties-inspired square frame sunglasses, however, and we’re pretty sure you won’t need it.

Icon stripe square frame sunglasses, £200,


herd wyre scarf

Every winter wardrobe needs a great scarf and there are few more luxurious than Herd’s cosy Wyre knit. Hand-knitted in the UK using full-traceable and incredibly soft Bluefaced Leicester sheep wool sourced in North West England, there are also few more sustainable options on the market. This is truly a buy now and wear forever piece.

Wyre scarf, £195,

Maison Francis Kurkdjian

maison francis kurkdjian candle

Small gifts don’t have to mean forgoing big labels. The limited-edition candle from fragrance maestro Maison Francis Kurkdjian is inspired by the traditional scents of the festive season and comes dressed in a sparkling glass container that’s as pretty as a picture. It boasts a burn time of 70 hours and, if you’re feeling generous, comes with red and amber siblings that complete the set.

Maison Francis Kurkdjian Mon Beau Sapin scented candle, £65,

For him


smythson playing cards

Know a card shark with a taste for the finer things in life? Smythson’s range of luxurious leather boardgames and backgammon sets are true showstoppers but if you’re stocking budget doesn’t extend into the hundreds these gilt-edged playing cards are equally impressive. Perfect if you’re planning on holing up in the countryside this festive season.

Playing cards, £75,

Canada Goose

canada goose beanie hat

Few and far between are the men who won’t be impressed to find something from winterwear heavyweight Canada Goose in their stocking. A classic example of the brand’s understated luxury style, this beanie puts a minimalist twist on a winter essential and will look as great with his ski jacket on the slopes as it will on your annual Boxing Day ramble.

Canada Goose knitted beanie, £204,


ruinart blanc de blancs case

This set of Ruinart champagnes may, admittedly, be a little too pricey to be deemed a stocking filler but gift it to someone spending the festive season in your home and they’re obliged by the rules of etiquette to share – so it’s really a win-win. Containing four bottles of the esteemed Ruinart Blanc de Blancs, it’s the perfect introduction to this most revered of champagne houses.

Ruinart Blanc de Blancs cellar case, £325,

Carl Friedrik

carl friedrik wallet

He may have a wardrobe full of Savile Row suits and made-to-measure shirts but if he pulls out a tattered wallet at the end of an important business lunch, the carefully curated impression is going to be ruined. Take care of the details for him with Carl Friedrik’s cognac leather Swanfield design, which features enough space for seven cards, as well as notes.

Swanfield leather wallet, £85,

Memo Paris

memo paris fragrance

Fragrance is an easy win if you’re in need of one last thing to fill his stocking. This year, bypass the standards (you know he already has a bathroom cabinet full of Tom Ford and Creed already) and instead introduce him to Memo Paris. Founded by husband-and-wife team Clara and John Molloy, the 11 scents in its collection are inspired by the couple’s favourite global destinations. Exclusive to Harvey Nichols, African Leather is a masculine, spicy blend of cardamom, geranium, saffron and oud accord.

African Leather eau de parfum, £215,

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