15 Beautifully Bizarre Gifts For the Twin Peaks Fan
Did you fall in love all over again with Agent Dale Cooper, Albert Rosenfield, and the rest of the Twin Peaks crew when the show returned in 2017? Or perhaps you discovered it for the first time and are on your third rewatch, trying to figure out just what the heck is going on all the time? Either way, if you're a fan of David Lynch's weird little show, or if someone you love is, POPSUGAR has a plethora of gifts to consider this holiday season.
Twin Peaks Revival Collection
A must have for fans, Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series Blu-ray/DVD ($56 for Blu-ray/$46 for DVD) includes all 18 installments of the revival, plus over six hours of special features. The Blu-ray release also includes 80 minutes of behind-the-scenes content. The set will be available Dec. 5; watch a sneak peek here.
The Art Life
Twin Peaks fans should definitely familiarize themselves with the creator, and David Lynch: The Art Life (The Criterion Collection) ($18) is the perfect way to do so. This rare glimpse into his world and artistic process chronicles Lynch's life from his boyhood in Idaho to his career in Hollywood.
The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks cocreator Mark Frost wrote The Secret History of Twin Peaks ($30) to accompany the revival. It takes a deep, deep dive into the history of this sleepy little Washington town, bringing readers right up to the events of the finale that left so many scratching their heads.
Is Audrey Horne your favorite OG Twin Peaks character? Us, too. What better way to keep her spirit alive (because WTF was going on with her in the revival?) than with these Black and White Classic Lace-Up Saddle Shoes ($48). Wear them during the day and then, in true Audrey fashion, swap them for some black pumps at night.
Owls Tote Bag
There are a lot of fun Twin Peaks tote bags out there, but we're partial to this "The Owls Are Not What They Seem" Printed Cotton Satchel Bag ($40), featuring one of the Log Lady's cryptic messages. It's classic Twin Peaks without screaming "Twin Peaks"! Only the true fans will get this one.
If you want to dress like Twin Peaks without going full-on Audrey or Black Lodge, this is the item for you. The Twin Peaks Sheriff Department Jacket ($58) is perfect for throwing rocks at milk bottles, hoping to divine the solution to a mystery as you reach a zen-like state.
It's hard to buy a fragrance you can't smell before you make your purchase, but the Wonderful & Stranger Liquid Music Fine Fragrance Boxed Trio Set ($244) looks so enticing that we kind of don't care. The scents are named "Future's Past," "The Red Room," and "World of Blue," and they all sound like they smell heavenly.
Club Chair and Ottoman
Remember in the revival how Lucy and Andy are debating between buying a red or a beige club chair with matching ottoman? Well, now you can go ahead and choose for them with your very own Burhall Club Chair and Ottoman Set ($250). We recommend the red, though there is one available in beige as well.
Coffee of the Month Club
If you don't have much of a sweet tooth, channel your Agent Dale Cooper by buying a subscription to Atlas Coffee Club's subscription service ($200/year or $20/month). The coffees will all be different, but they will all surely brew a "damn fine cup of coffee."
Queen of Diamonds Costume
Spice up your yuletide with Audrey Horne's Queen of Diamonds One-Eyed Jacks Costume ($300) from her stint going undercover at the Canadian casino/brothel. It's great for the bedroom or for cosplaying at a Twin Peaks festival.