2011 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book presents unique fantasy gift ideas
As Christmas looms nearer and the mad dash to find the perfect gifts begins, Neiman Marcus has given shoppers some serious inspiration. For the 85th consecutive year, the luxury department store has released its annual Christmas Book, featuring gifts that are not just creative, but downright spectacular.
The pages are filled with once-in-a-lifetime fantasy gifts that are without equal. Whether a unique vacation or a speedboat, this broad list of gift ideas offers something for all your holiday shopping needs. Unpresedent gifts such as an international flower show tour, a custom-built library from Assouline, Johnnie Walker private scotch tasting, a Ferrari FF and a tennis table/piece modern artwork carry on Neiman’s Marcus tradition of making your gifts truly hit their mark.
“The annual holiday tradition continues this year with a new selection of fantasy gifts that cater to people’s wildest dreams and promise to provide truly unique, once-in-a-lifetime experiences,” John E. Koryl, president of Neiman Marcus Direct, said in a statement. “This year’s gifts live up to the time honored tradition of presenting our customers with the rare and unusual, while also incorporating connections to a group of wonderful charitable organizations that will see a tremendous benefit from the sale of their corresponding fantasy gifts.”
This year’s “His & Hers” fantasy gift is two personalized dancing fountains, courtesy of WET, a company that has built some of the most famous fountains around the world. Double the bang of your buck by choosing one of the eight gifts that give back to charities such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and Water.org.
The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book came into being as a Christmas card sent to Neiman’s regular customers. In 1926, it evolved into a 16-page booklet, and over the years the store has grown the tradition.
The Christmas Book is also available for download on iPads under the “NM Editions” app.
Check out the book online at Neiman Marcus.