A fan of Japanese prints forms this artful serving plate ($99, Royal Ontario Museum Store, 100 Queen's Park, 416-586-8000).
These purple gloves are cashmere, darling ($60, Wash Up & Brush Co., 107 Danforth, 416-484-8592).
Kissing a frog might get you a prince, but kissing this glass pig pipe gets you high. Your choice ($65, Earth and Fire, 489 Queen West, #202, 416-203-4138). Princess Tina print top ($60, Magic Pony, 694 Queen West, 416-861-1684).
Protect cycling and boarding noggins in a Giro Makai helmet ($55, Urbane Cyclist, 180 John, 416-979-9733).
Plan your way to a well-organized 2008 with this grey leather agenda ($70, M0851, 23 St. Thomas, 416-920-4001).
Campside chefs can cook up some killer trail gruel with the MSR Alpine Guide stainless steel cookset ($74, Mountain Equipment Co-op, 400 King West, 416-340-2667).
Get your office-bound buds off the styrofoam habit and onto the Laptop Lunches bento box set with reusable water bottle, utensils, multi-size food compartments (all in food-safe #5 plastic) and a book of lunch ideas ($60, Goneshopping.ca or Whole Foods, 87 Avenue Road, 416-944-0500).
All the holiday pillow talk will be about your new Sukie cushion ($89, Eye Spy, 1100 Queen East, 416-461-4061).
An inverted Eiffel tower replaces the stacked heel in the graphic on this stiletto tank ($59, Lustre, 439 Danforth, 647-435-8195).
Gussy up her crib with Anne-Claire Petit's colourful crocheted blankie ($100, Ella + Elliot, 188 Strachan, 416-850-7890).
School your kid on the basics of sound, rhythm, pitch and composition with Groovy Shapes software ($63.95, Long & McQuade, 935 Bloor West, 416-588-7886).
We don't really know what figgy pudding is, but we'd love a taste-test on Rosanna's holiday dessert plates ($54.90, Ziggy's at Home, 794 College, 416-535-8728).
You know how hot your grub will look if you dish it out on this 100 per cent reclaimed urban wood serving platter by Urban Salvage ($69, Grassroots, 372 Danforth, 416-466-2841, and other).
Saved from a life in landfill, glass bottles were magically transformed into these stylish goblets and tumblers ($69.99, Grassroots, 372 Danforth, 416-466-2841, and other).
Erin Vincent shadow boxes sweet monogrammed hang tags ($90, Token, 888 Queen West, 416-516-9586).
Even big kids can snuggle up to this raging woolly by Three Penny Studio made from second-hand sweaters ($50, Heart on Your Sleeve, 61A Bellevue, 416-999-2197).
Some genius stoner figured out how to make pesticide-free hemp into plastic (hey, if it works for corn!), then mould it into a functioning scale. ($52, Earth and Fire, 489 Queen West, 416-203-4138).
Don't laugh. Lots of people really like yogurt and would find it pretty darn cool to make their own with this Yogourmet Yogurt and Kefir Maker ($74.99, Big Carrot, 348 Danforth, 416-466-2129).
Your grandma would probably shudder at the idea of toting this 60s tapestry bag ($75, I Miss You, 63 Ossington, 416-916-7021), but your vintage vixen sis will be all over its retro look.