10 Stylish 'Star Wars' Gifts Fans Actually Want Under the Tree

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The Star Wars fan on your list deserves better than a shoddy paperback from Barnes & Noble or an unnecessary toy set they don't have space or desire for. Do it better with these foolproof gift ideas that are more chic than geek:

The Star Wars Archives Hardcover Book, $200

The Star Wars Archives is a gorgeous oversized hardcover coffee table book that takes a deep look into the making of the original trilogy. Filled with narration from George Lucas and lots of visual treasures including rarely seen concept art and storyboards, this is sure to wow and enthrall every Star Wars fan on Christmas morning.

Star Wars x Ty Mattson Prints, $20

We've long admired the work of graphic designer Ty Mattson, particularly his officially licensed Saul Bass-inspired Star Wars posters. Add a sleek black museum frame with a white mat for extra style points.

Levi's x Star Wars Socks, $22

We're not crazy about most of the new Levi's x Star Wars collection but these socks featuring a subtle star pattern and stylish "MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU" quote are undeniably cool.

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away Hardcover Book, $70

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away explores the history and impact of Star Wars by examining the various essays and reviews published by The New York Times from 1973 to today. Personalization is also available at no extra charge.

Chaser Star Wars Cozy Knit Pullover, $79

The Reys and Leias in your life are sure to love this comfy pullover with a vintage Star Wars logo and stylish paint-splatter effect.

Chaser Star Wars T-Shirt, $30

And for the Lukes and Finns, this equally cool vintage-inspired tee from the same collaboration is a great move. 

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Video Game, $59

Even non-gamers will fall in love with this cinematic and immersive new release for Xbox and PS4 that pairs innovative lightsaber combat with an original story about a former Padawan on the run from the Empire.

Magazine B: Star Wars, $32

This archival issue of a difficult-to-find magazine breaks down the branding that helped make the Star Wars franchise so successful, investigating not just the films and its marketing but the toys and theme parks as well.

BE@ARBRICK x Star Wars Collectable, $349+

Japanese retailer Medicom Toy and its BE@ARBRICK line riffs on fashion and pop culture through their insanely popular and very limited collectible figurines, which hold their value like a high-end art piece. There's plenty of cool Star Wars designs throughout the massive collection, from Stormtroopers to Kylo Ren.

Star Wars Art: Ralph McQuarrie, $131

Influential concept artist Ralph McQuarrie worked hand-in-hand with George Lucas to help establish the signature Star Wars visual aesthetic, designing everything from Darth Vader to C-3PO. This stunning hardcover collection highlights all of his work on the saga, including rarely seen paintings and illustrations. A perfect gift for any true Force aficionado with an appreciation for art and design.