Italians do it better. Just look at Abici's gorgeous Granturismo Donna bicycle ($950, Curbside Cycle, 412 Bloor West, 416-920-4933) in robin's egg blue.
Hello, sailor! This nautical APC coat ($648, Lileo, 55 Mill, building 35, 416-413-1410) has already sold out south of the border, so you'd be smart to grab it fast before some Yankee sails north to scoop it up.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC G1 12.1 megapixel camera utilizes the revolutionary Micro Four Thirds system, which lets it function like an SLR, right down to using SLR lenses, but without being as large and cumbersome. $799.99 from Henry's, 119 Church, 416-868-0872, and others, henrys.ca.
This Tesla Roadster is the only e-car guaranteed to be simultaneously 100 per cent electric and 100 per cent badass. Goes from 0 to 60mph in 3.9 seconds and drives nearly 400 kilometres on a single charge. Too pricey a gift? Hats and Ts on the site go for a cool $20. $131,500.48 from teslamotors.com.
The bestselling Dyson DC21 vacuum that sucks harder than a Heidi Montag song is now tickled pink and donating proceeds to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. $599.95 from Future Shop, multiple locations, futureshop.ca.
Design savvies will definitely be turned on by Andrew Ooi's Tiziano paper lantern ($625, Made, 867 Dundas West, 416-607-6384).
The newest 13-inch MacBook comes with a speedier processor and video card, a thinner display and touchpad that pinches and swipes just like the iPhone. From $1,399 from Carbon Computing, 772 Queen East, 416-535-1999, carbonation.com.