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Emily Ratajkowski curates the top eBay luxury gifts

By Dan Wilson October 16, 2018 - 12:16 pm

eBay Fashion has teamed up with Emily Ratajkowski to curate her top holiday gifts from a selection of rare, new and vintage handbags, luxury watches and sneakers for eBay.com. A hand-picked selection of items debuted at eBay’s Holiday event on Tuesday night at Legacy Records in New York City, where Ratajkowski shared the ebay luxury gifts she plans on giving to everyone on her list and what she is coveting for herself this holiday season.

It might somewhat spoil the festive surprise if you are on her list, because she has revealed your gift, but if you want to check out the range, you can find it here.

I love shopping on eBay because you are able to find amazing special pieces that you can’t find anywhere else. I was excited when eBay approached me to share my gift picks this holiday season because eBay is the ultimate destination for gifting, whoever might be on your list. I personally especially love searching for the incredible handbags you can only find on eBay!
– Emily Ratajkowski

You may be wondering who Emily Ratajkowski is. She is an American actress and model who became famous after appearing in the music video for Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’. Since then she has gained a reputation as a fashion opinion former and has also launched some of her own style and jewellery brands.

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