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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.

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