The ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide


Mother’s Day is just around the corner, but if you haven’t got your present sorted for Mum, Forbes Australia has you covered.

Aesop limited release Mimamori: $125

Luxury skincare brand Aesop has put together a limited-release gift kit, Mimamori, which is available in the lead up to Mother’s Day.

Containing a trio of formulations, Mimamori offers a selection of spiced, floral and herbaceous notes which offer aromatic hydration.  You can purchase it from the Aesop site for $125.

Langham Bulgari Afternoon Tea: $129 pp

Exclusively available throughout the month of May, The Langham, Gold Coast, will celebrate Bulgari’s 75th Serpenti anniversary. The afternoon combines the hotel’s renowned Afternoon Tea with the elegance of Bulgari – and each guest that attends will go into the draw to win a Bulgari Serpenti Forever handbag.

You can reserve your spot via The Langham’s website, with bookings essential. The price is $129 per person.

Crown ‘Empowering Me, A Woman’s Journey’: $400-$420

Crown Hotels offers a luxury journey to celebrate your inner and outer beauty. The journey, which is available at the Sydney and Melbourne locations (Sydney $400, Melbourne $420), begins with a meditation, followed by a massage and facial.

You can book your spot at via the Crown Hotels website.

GHD Duet Style Gift Set: $615

Valued at $755, this luxury gift set is bound to make Mum happy. It includes ghd’s 2-in-1 hot air style, which dries and styles hair at the same time, as well as the ghd Sleek Talker, a wet-to-styled styling oil.

Harrolds: Tom Ford Fucking Fabulous $730

This signature Tom Ford fragrance is a perfect gift for Mum – featuring a blend of notes and accords that lend way to freshness and sensuality. Think: sage, fresh lavender, bitter almond and vanilla. You can purchase the fragrance via Harrolds’ site for $730.

Capella, Sydney: $1500

Why not take Mum to Australia’s newest luxury hotel, right in the heart of Sydney?

In addition to 192 rooms, Capella Sydney boasts three drinking and dining destinations, including Brasserie 1930, McRae Bar, and Aperture, all of which are open to the public and filled with commissioned and collected artworks, and sophisticated furnishings.

Pricing for the Deluxe room and the Capella Suite starts from $750, while the uppermost jewel, the 235-square-meter Capella Suite on the ninth floor, boasts the largest offering in the portfolio, starting from AUD $6,430 per night. It is also a two-night minimum stay.

Rimowa Cabin: $1,940

The ultimate travel accessory to spoil your mum. The unmistakable RIMOWA Original aluminium suitcase with its distinctive grooves is regarded as one of the most iconic luggage designs of all time.

Hardy Brothers: $1,400 – $22,900 (and beyond)

Luxury jeweller Hardy Brothers has plenty on offer for Mum. You could opt for a pair of Barrel Huggie Earrings in 18ct yellow gold, for the price of $1,400, or go for something a little more luxe: a 1ct solitaire diamond necklace in 18ct gold, for$22,900.

Breville Barista Touch Impress: $2,299

What better way to start your Mother’s Day than a cafe quality latte in the comfort of your own home. The Barista Touch Impress series makes it simple to create a premium pour without the hassle or mess of many other machines.

Technogym bike personal: $16,199

Technogym’s Bike Personal is the latest product from the Personal line. It’s a high-end exercise bike with compact dimensions. Made from high-quality materials and fused with personalised training options, interactive content and close-at-hand controls, this innovative bike is great for any Mum looking to level-up their training regime.

Hublot Big Bang One Click Full Pavé watch: $77,600

Hublot touts this watch as a culmination of its “Art of Fusion”. It claims this one is for those who share the same spirit of independence.

It features the HUB1710 caliber with automatic winding beats and is made from a new gold colour with a warmer shade than the traditional 5N 18K gold. The face is completely bedazzled with diamonds.

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