Lifestyle Oprah's Favorite Things got weird for 2015 By GEORGIA KRAL & MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated November 5, 2015 5:23 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The time has come! Oprah's Favorite Things 2015 list has dropped! We're excited about a lot of the items the lifestyle guru selected this year -- FAMILY JAMMIES?!!? -- but the weirder things are more fun to talk about. So here we go... Park Avenue Faux-Fur Pet Jacket in Chinchilla Photo Credit: Frontgate Does your furry friend need a fake fur? We thought so. Oprah recommends machine washing this svelte pet jacket on a gentle cycle for maximum fluffiness. Also for maximum fluffiness: a real dog. $39, Frontgate.com Travelsmith Women's Touch Sensor Fleece Gloves Photo Credit: Travelsmith Tech gloves are the gift you get when someone who wasn't planning on getting you anything rushes to the nearest bodega to scope out a present that looks more expensive than it actually is. Tip to this person: just grab some snacks. Come on, Oprah. Also, theses gloves are not cheap, not cute and probably not functional. $24, travelsmith.com Words With Boards Photo Credit: Words With Boards Firstly, we doubt that Oprah (hearts) to cook, but even if she does, would she want Oprah <3 Stedman engraved on her cutting board? Probably not. What a weird thing to favorite. $95, wordswithboards.com iPhone LuMee Case Photo Credit: LuMee So there's an iPhone case with LED lights on it to illuminate your selfies at any time of day! We'd love to see Oprah using this, with our without a selfie stick. $50+ lumeecase.com Peace, Love, Oprah hoodie Photo Credit: Oprah Store We know people love Oprah, obviously. But to replace the famous slogan Peace, Love and Happiness with her own name? That’s just weird. We can’t think of one person who would actually wear this. Not even Oprah herself. $60, Oprah.com Eli Zabar's Challah Menorah Photo Credit: elizabar.com Okay we actually LOVE this. Is there a better menorah than one made of challah? It may not actually serve its purpose though, so that's a little weird. But whatever of course Zabar's would stock something so amazing as this and of course Oprah would call attention to it. Get yours fast if you know what's good for you. EliZabar.com Keith Haring Clarisonic cleaner Photo Credit: clarisonic.com Ick. We don't like the idea of this at all and can't believe it's actually a thing. Keith Haring, the iconic NYC artist of the 80s who died of AIDS complications and was a symbol of the underground art movement, lending his work to a facial cleaning device? OK it's for charity, but still. Something about this isn't right. Weird, Oprah! clarisonic.com By GEORGIA KRAL & MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Holiday gift ideas for foodies, die-hard New Yorkers, moreGo forth and shop! $65 mac and cheese and more culinary delights at Oprah's new storeThese are a few of her favorite (expensive) things. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.