Dagg and Stacey's chartreuse jacket adds a colourful pop to muted winter wardrobes ($155, Propaganda, 686 Yonge, 416-961-0555).
Frequent fliers sick of being forced to watch Evan Almighty can load their own DVD or plug in a video iPod with this Philips Portable DVD Player DCP750instead ($179.99, Best Buy, 65 Dundas West, 416-642-8321, and others, www.bestbuy.ca).
Temper vino to its perfect drinkable degree with the Waring Pro wine chiller ($149.95, Williams-Sonoma, 100 Bloor West, 416-962-9455, and others).
New Era's colour-your-own hat lets cap connoisseurs tag their own one-of-a-kind piece ($180, Lileo).
The colourful Fuji Finepix Z10 is light enough for repeated, extended-arm Facebook self-portraiture ($219.95, Vistek, 496 Queen East, 416-365-1777). Junk de Luxe navy gingham shirt with matching tie ($160, Gotstyle), Seven slim jeans ($250, Body Blue, 201 Danforth, 416-778-7601, and other) and PumaArgentina magic pack sneakers ($130, Lileo, 55 Mill, building 35, 416-413-1410). Pink Tartan red velvet jacket ($475 on sale, Studio Labiri, 548 Danforth, 416-778-6820), Fidelity Plumeria jeans ($180) and Fly London tan Mona boot ($345, both Body Blue).
Keep cozy under a patchwork Urban Quilt ($300, booth H-36 at the One Of A Kind Show, www.urbanquilt.ca).
The dapper gent on your list deserves a stylish briefcase like M0851's teak leather laptop bag to channel the ultimate dandy look ($390, 23 St. Thomas, 416-920-4001). Bustle green blazer ($375), Philip Sparks grey canvas jeans ($280), Aviva Underpants check scarf ($160) and Lacoste black leather sneakers ($390, all Gotstyle, 489 King West, 416-260-9696). Round, hand-made frames ($390, Rapp Optical, 788 College, 416-537-6590).
The V-Bot is a super-cool remote-controlled car that transforms into a super-cool remote-controlled robot at the touch of a button. Other features include pre-programmed dance moves and speakers to play music ($149, the Source, College Park, 777 Bay, 416-586-0826, and others, www.thesourcecc.com).
The BlackBerry Curve, the curviest BlackBerry, is sleek enough to fit into your pants pocket. Though loaded with the same features as the others, this one edges out the rest with built-in GPS and mapping software ($299.99 with a three-year contract from Rogers Wireless, Rogers Plus, 130 King West, 416-603-7979, and other outlets, www.rogers.com).
If her green thumb is more urban minimalist than cottage crafty, she'll love watering her patch with the Botanica moulded plastic can ($150, Bergo, 55 Mill, building 47A, 416-861-1821).
Add a dash of goth to your self-pleasure treasure chest with Jimmyjane's skull-print Little Steel vibrator ($195 to $235, Come as You Are, 701 Queen West, 416-504-7934).