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Frank Gehry-Designed Wyborowa Vodka Bottle

Plus, the Samsung A680 videophone, Richard Schultz’s petal tables, glass magnets by Labour and more.


Let’s Be Frank
Über-architect Frank Gehry designed the bottle for Wyborowa’s new single-rye, single-estate vodka, $30 at Gotham Wine & Spirits.
Gotham Wine & Spirits
2517 Broadway; 212-932-0990

Shell Game
Porcelain votive candleholders that look like sea-urchin shells are $10 to $18 in three styles, at Global Table.
Global Table
107 Sullivan St.; 212-431-5839

Sound And Vision
Samsung has just introduced the smallest and least expensive videophone on the market. The A680 can send fifteen-second videos to an e-mail account or another phone that’s video-equipped ($149.99 after rebates).

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Petal To The Metal
Richard Schultz’s iconic petal tables are now available in white resin (originally wood), in end-, coffee-, and dining-table sizes ($600–$2,175).

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Alpha Dog
The Dog From Arf! Arf! To Zzzzzz ($14.99; HarperCollins) illustrates each letter of the alphabet with adorable dog pictures. At bookstores citywide.

High Strung
The Mirza Gold bracelet has a porcelain disk on a waxed cotton cord, and is $95 at Bernardaud.
499 Park Ave.; 212-371-4300

Girls In The Hood
This cute baby terry-cloth cover-up with hood is just $12.50 at Old Navy.

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Rules Of Attraction
Summer-themed, handmade glass magnets by Labour are $15 at Marchand de Legumes.
Marchand de Legumes
580 Broadway, Ste. 707; 212-965-1954

Photographs by Joe Scafuro