Cupid is busily sharpening his arrow. But where have you been? Don’t let Valentine’s Day take you off guard this year. Show how much you care with a token of affection from The Shops at Columbus Circle.
Display your message of #LOVE at Michael Kors using hearts and other charms that can attach to specially perforated totes (bag, $298; charms from $10).
Calling all dog lovers. You’ll find heart-warming treats like for a box of foie-gras bones for man’s best friend ($8) — and cookies for humans ($6.25 for two) — at Bouchon Bakery.
A box of ganache-filled macarons ($44) from La Maison du Chocolat is the way to a sweet tooth’s heart.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to rock a pair of J.Crew Mens Shop boxer shorts ($18.50), emblazoned with hearts and arrows.
Swarovski’s Remix collection of heart-embellished magnetic clasp bracelets ($79) can also be strung together to create an ultra-romantic necklace.
Half the proceeds from each “Love is Love” mug sold at Williams-Sonoma ($25.95 for two) support the Human Rights Campaign’s efforts to achieve LGBTQ equality.
At Papyrus, you’ll find a wide selection of Valentine’s gifts, including a whimsical emoji pouch ($19.95) that will put a smile on anyone’s face.
Spell out your feelings at Links of London with diamond pave alphabet charms ($60-$145) that can hang off bracelets and necklaces.
Bottoms up! These intoxicating vodka cordials ($28) from Sugarfina will definitely set the mood for Valentine’s Day. And a bonus — they are doing special V-day bento boxes.
A rose is a rose, unless it’s a swoon-worthy Rose Delight candle ($68) from Diptyque that will make your home smell heavenly.
Want to set the mood in the most perfect way possible? Head to Per Se for a bucket-list dinner — it’s the ultimate Valentine’s Day splurge.
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For good luck, rub the famous Adam and Eve statues — rumor has it, this will enhance your love or bring new love to your life.