She was tapped by UK department store Selfridges to fill their famous holiday hampers with goods.
Her credit-crunch defying “Ultimate Girl’s Hamper” (price tag: £1,000 or a staggering $1,475), includes some of the usual fare: Ruinart Champagne, 40 bottles of nail polish, Marshmallow Fluff and a “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” DVD.
You’ll notice from the image that just above the Fluff, however, is an iPod nano.
How did electronics creep into a holiday gift hamper?
Says Hindmarch: “I have always been fascinated by hampers, their history and Britishness. But am always disappointed by yet another basket whose contents I don’t actually want to keep.”
We hear you. The nail polish and Fluff will always run out, but the iPod will remain.