'Tis the season

The perfect holiday merch for the ‘Drag Race’ super fan in your life

RuPaul poses in front of wintry backdrop

Planning on giving the same ‘ol boring holiday gift cards this year?

Oh no, you betta don’t!

‘Tis the season of Drag Race, honey, with the new All Stars 4 premiering Dec. 14 on VH1.

With visions of drag queens dancing in our heads, what better way to celebrate than with DC (Drag Christmas)? Friends and family decorating the RuPaul-themed Christmas tree, drinking Absolut Candy Cane Martinis, singing “Have Yourself A Vanjie Little Christmas.”

We’ve put together our favorite merch both new and classic (officially licensed only–the best present for our beloved queens is to make sure they get paid) to celebrate with that special Drag Race superfan in your life.

JK, we know you’re buying all of this stuff for yourself. Happy shopping!

Jinkx Monsoon watch, $30

What time is it? It’s time look cute, wearing your new Jinkx Monsoon wristwatch.

Trixie Mattel Hateblockers, $12

Oh, honey, all eyes will be on you when you wear these Trixie Mattel “eye”-glasses out for a fun day in the sun.

Thorgy Thor High Tops, $60
Andy Warhol would have gagged at the splendor of these fun shoes. Sold in both black and white fabric, men’s and women’s sizes available.

Miss Fame Beauty cosmetics, $15-19

The secret to Miss Fame‘s gorgeous lips? “Heavy pigment load,” according to the product info of her new cosmetics line, Miss Fame Beauty. Celeb fans include Janet Jackson.

Alaska Thunderfvck Sleep Mask, $20

You’ll be dreaming of winning Drag Race crowns while wearing this blackout mask, glamorously adorned with Alaska’s lovely eyes, perfect for sleeping in after a long night of holiday parties.

Trixie/Katya Socks, $20
Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova aren’t just co-stars on The Trixie & Katya Show on Viceland TV. They also co-star on these whimsical socks, which would be a great stocking stuffer! In white (above), and also black.

Coffee table books: Drags ($75), Velour ($60), Suck Less (appx. $15)

Put a giant glossy book about drag queens on your coffee table, and you have a guaranteed conversation-starter. Drags documents New York’s drag queens and kings, including Drag Race champ Sasha Velour, with gorgeous photographic portraits worthy of display on any coffee table. Sasha also published her own book, Velour, featuring essays, poems, illustrations and photos that celebrate the diversity of drag culture. For a less aristocratic perspective, try Suck Less, a book by Drag Race alum Willam (also from A Star Is Born, in which she shared screen time with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper), with essays on life that are inspirational, funny, or just filthy. Willam has since apologized for her book’s typos but encourages everyone to read it anyway.

Theatre tickets: Todrick Hall in Chicago, Phoenix Theater (London West End), Peppermint in Head Over Heels, Hudson Theater (New York Broadway)

Treat someone special with tickets to a show. Drag Race fans across The Atlantic can see Todrick Hall, judge, and choreographer, playing the part of Billy Flynn in the musical Chicago at London’s Phoenix Theater, scheduled to close Jan. 5.

Back in the USA, Drag Race alum Peppermint has made her Broadway debut in the musical Head Over Heels, closing Jan. 6.

Listen to her below–she’s really good!