Welcome to The Wish List, in which people we admire share the things they’re indulging in right now; a selection of gifts for themselves, or others — no occasion required.
The Los Angeles-based costume designer Mirren Gordon-Crozier can transform any outfit into a scene-stealing look (see Brie Larsen’s fashionable lab coats in the new Apple TV+ series “Lessons in Chemistry.”) Her costumes reflect a keen eye for detail and storytelling, and have been recognized by the Sundance, Toronto and Tribeca Film Festivals.
Below, Gordon-Crozier shares a few of her favorite finds for the home and wardrobe, from Belgian loafers to surrealist antique lamps.
"I love this beautiful truffle tin from Louis Sherry, the famed French-style chocolatier who first set up shop in New York in 1881. This one is from an artist collaboration with Gracie Studio, which makes hand-painted wallpaper. The chocolates are delectable and the tin is perfect for storing jewelry, buttons or coins." Louis Sherry Artist Series: 12-Piece Tins, $40
"The Paris-based design duo Garouste and Bonetti are beloved for their avant-garde furniture from the '80s and '90s. These Belgravia table lamps are a decidedly witty take on a simple object." Pair ofGarouste & Bonetti Table Lamps, $13,894
"The British fashion photographer Tim Walker knows how to tell a story with just one click. His version of the classic fairytale 'The Princess and The Pea' is at once whimsical and grounded." Tim Walker Print, price upon request
"I love all of Attersee's pleated pieces but this one from their collaboration with the artist Wendy Artin is pure perfection. Bonus that you will never have to worry about keeping your shirt tucked into your skirt!" Pleated Shirt Dress, $1,350
"Sofia Coppola is one of my favorite filmmakers with the most perfect eye. Her first book features never-before-seen photographs and ephemera from behind the scenes of all eight of her films, as well as her collages and annotated scripts. I can't wait to get my hands on it." 'Archive' by Sofia Coppola, $65