- May 10, 2004
- Second Time's the Charm
Remember the charm earrings you used to wear in fourth grade, when you made friendship bracelets out of string and cuffed your Cavariccis?
- May 3, 2004
- Sharper Images
You won’t see Concord’s Eye-Q 4360z on any fashion-show runways, but you won’t find another digital camera as good at a price so low, either.
- April 26, 2004
- Bag the Dog
Dog carriers, like baby strollers, have become luxury items.
- April 19, 2004
- Hot Coco
If not for Coco Chanel, would tweed suits really be cool?
- April 12, 2004
- Steeling Beauty
Even people who use the stove as sweater storage space should have a nice set of pots and pans.
- April 5, 2004
- Jump Back
When they were introduced in 1979, KangaROOS sneakers were meant to be a nifty way for joggers to carry keys -- but the most loyal fans were 5-year-olds who thought the trademark side pockets were perfect for milk money.
- March 22, 2003
- Ready for This Jelly?
Sorry, Canal Street—one hot handbag designer has gone and knocked himself off.
- March 15, 2004
- Flip-Flop Rock
Last summer, Sigerson Morrison had shoppers lining up around the block for its $85 breakthrough in sandal technology: rubber flip-flops with a heel.
- March 8, 2004
- Needle Work
If your winter feel-better routine has run out of juice, let a needle-wielding grad student at the Pacific College Acupuncture Center recharge your Chi, or natural energy, by giving it a little poke.
- March 1, 2004
- Modernist Movement
The work of George Nelson—design chief at Herman Miller during the firm’s fifties Eames-era glory days—quickly landed in the modernist canon. In the retro-mod boom of recent years, a remarkable number of his light fixtures and furniture, and especially his colorful wall clocks, have been reissued, though at decidedly millennial prices.