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Holiday Helpers

BY Julie D’Alessandro and David Zivan | December 18, 2018 | Feature Features

What to Wear + Gift to This Year's Holiday Party.
Jacket, $220, and crop trouser, $119, both at

Look Good:
Holiday Spirit
Most women spend an eternity searching for the perfect pair of pants. Designer Lisette Limoges had the vision and created her own faultless formula—for all shapes and sizes. The result: Lisette L Montréal, which counts Oprah among its devotees. The label strikes a balance between trendy and sensible, with inclusivity at its core. Limoges’ latest sportswear collection, City Luxe, is exactly what you’ll need for this holiday season. The standout? A pajama-inspired suit that looks as good at a formal dinner as it does seated around a roaring fire. And, best of all, the pants make use of the brand’s signature mesh-control panel. Engineered with Lycra, it flaunts your curves without sacrificing comfort.

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Gift Good:
Hello, Sunshine
It’s a touch surprising to learn the much-lauded Laurent Fresnet, chef de cave of Champagne Henriot, is only now releasing his first prestige blend. The family-owned house (a rarity in this day and age) has been around since 1808, after all, and Fresnet himself has been in place since 2006. But his new Cuvée Hemera 2005 ($200) proves well worth the wait. “After 12 years of aging in the darkness and silence of our cellars,” Fresnet says, “this Champagne bears the finesse and liveliness of spring.” He’s referring to the balance of the wine’s 50-50 blend of chardonnay and pinot noir grapes, all grand cru, and to the name of the bottling: Hemera is the Greek goddess of daylight, whose portrait appears on the walls of the winery’s house. Judging from the wine’s full-flavored fruit on the palate and its bright golden-yellow appearance, she’s in the glass as well.

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