If you don't know what to buy your eccentric and fabulously wealthy relatives for the holidays, look no further. Moda Operandi's gift guide is full of goods it has deemed truly "outrageous," a word reserved for defensive politicians, delighted matrons of the one percent and Ina Garten's brownie recipe. There is a made-to-order python leather surfboard ($5,000: sportingly outrageous), a sterling silver and yellow gold clutch ($91,000: devilishly outrageous), a cobalt crocodile skin yoga mat case ($5,495: an actual outrage) and a Kiki de Montparnasse faux fur and leather "amour travel blanket" ($850: a steal). That last one — which Moda's Monday email blast referred to, in a slightly more pedestrian manner, as a "sex blanket" — is nonrefundable, for obvious reasons.
For those shopping in a different price bucket, Lowe's also has some very nice sex tarps. $7.95. Machine washable.