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Racked's Present of the Day: Sweet, Rich, Luxury, and Designer

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Tis the season to be shopping! Welcome to Racked's 2010 Gift Guide Advent Calendar, where everyday we'll be bringing you holiday gift ideas—from fashionable stocking stuffers to mindblowing must-haves. Click below to unveil today's present-of-the-day—and make sure to check out our full calendar of prezzies to see tons of other gorgeous giftables for your friends and loves ones.

Every year, Armani/5th Avenue creates some of the most beautiful, and delicious, holiday gifts—and you don't have to be a follower of fashion to appreciate them. Armani cakes, holiday baked goods, and sweets—everything from Italian panettone (above) to Pandoro, Veneziana cakes, pralines, dragees, chocolates, shortbread, teas, jellies, and jams—can be purchased at the company's Fifth Avenue Manhattan flagship. Or, if you're not in New York, ordered by phone on 212-339-5950.

Prices range from $10 for a two-piece box of chocolates to $125 for a 72-piece box. Tea tins, honey, marmalades, jams, and chocolate creams are $25 to $30. The 1 kilograph panettone (above), Veneziana, and Pandoro cakes are $30 each; and the 2 kilogram panettone is $45.
· Armani/5th Avenue [Official Site]
· Gift Guide 2010 [Racked]