Lanvin version makes it appropriate for fashion lovers of all ages.">

Grab of the Week: a snow globe for fashion lovers


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It’s only fitting that a French fashion house would create its own interpretation of the snow globe for the holiday season. After all, it is an object that has become a classic gift at this time of year, one that dates back to France in the 19th century. While the gift of a snow globe might seem better suited to a child, a Lanvin version makes it appropriate for fashion lovers of all ages.

$225. Available at The Room at The Bay

Gracie Carroll is a Toronto-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in ELLE UK, ELLEcanada.com, Plaid magazine and FILLER magazine. Keep up with her daily blog at www.graciecarroll.com.

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