Ministry of the Interior is phasing out its Marimekko collection, so grab this tray ($71, 80 Ossington, 416-533-6684) before it goes.
Vintage fabric bags don't have to look dusty and dowdy. Saracino Designs' recycled shoulder style is one cheery buy ($89, Green Is Black, 624 Yonge, 416-454-5650).
The Sprig Discover Rig ($69.99, Bubble Face, 926 College, 416-535-8506) is made with recycled rubber and other earth-friendly materials.
Might as well grab a recycled rubber yoga mat ($61, Cat Tilt, 198 Walnut, 416-519-5189) now before everyone else acts on their post-holiday resolutions.
Tell space-time with a vintage Jefferson 500 desk clock ($95, Atomic Design, 965 Queen West, 416-912-2358).
What hipster doesn't need another pair of oversized 70s shades ($75, I Miss You, 63 Ossington, 416-916-7021)?
Stock your FEED bag ($70 unfilled, Lileo, 55 Mill, building 35, 416-413-1410), which benefits the United Nations' World Food Program, with Lileo's mix of bath products, supplements and other stocking stuffers.
A decked-out evergreen has nothing on lobes hung with Harriet Grey chandelier earrings ($75, Propaganda, 686 Yonge, 416-961-0555).
Buffalo artist Cecilia Hayes's pencil draws a gallery of retro yearbook photos ($90 each, Model Citizen, 279 Augusta, 416-703-7625).
Pick your favourite silhouette from Susie Osler's collection of porcelain jars ($75 to $90, Made, 867 Dundas West, 416-607-6384).
The USB 8GB Flash Drive Lighter is a useful combination of two seemingly unrelated products that go together better than Spencer Pratt and face-punching. $59.35 from thinkgeek.com.
To the untrained eye they're just a pair of slippers, but to a certain segment of fashion followers the APC label makes these woolies a grand slam gift ($85, Jonathan + Olivia, 49 Ossington, 416-849-5956).
Never fear, animal lovers. Bennie and Olive's fox stole ($88, Frock, 97 Roncesvalles, 416-516-1333) is strictly faux.