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Week of December 8, 2003


Think Stole
Lulu Guinness faux-fur stole, in silver, black, or pink, is $175.
Lulu Guinness
394 Bleecker St.; 212-367-2120

Wale Watching
Wide-wale-corduroy-and-wool blanket, great for car trips, is $485.
720 Madison Ave.; 212-317-9096
Butter and Eggs
83 W. Broadway ; 212-676-0235

Kid Rock
TRUCK’s first kids’ line includes the Rock-It chair, about $90.
115 Seventh Ave. , Brooklyn; 718-789-0061
Terence Conran Shop
407 E. 59th St.; 212-755-9079
Also available at

Warming Trend
Jess & Walter’s hand-loomed merino-wool scarves, in five colors, all with contrast fringe, are $86 each.
337 Smith St. , Brooklyn; 718-522-1767

Hooked On Classics
Designed in 1904, this hook by Josef Hoffmann is available again, for $320.
Neue Galerie New York Design Shop
1048 Fifth Avenue; 212-994-9496
Or, check out

’Tis The Seasoning
Enliven your holiday air travel with the MobileFoodie Survival Kit, which includes seventeen spices, plus packets of wasabi and duck and soy sauces ($30).
Flight 001
96 Greenwich Ave. ; 212-691-1001
Also available at

At Home In New York
Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House, 1783–1929, by Charles Lockwood (Rizzoli; $75), traces the classic New York building style.
Call (800-52-BOOKS) for more information.

Skin Trade
Men’s alligator wallet ($595) or card holder ($175) by Lambertson Truex.
Bergdorf Goodman
754 Fifth Ave.; 212-753-7300

Get The Led Out
Walter Wale’s bright-red, retro-cool LED alarm clock is $30.
Terence Conran Shop
407 E. 59th St.; 212-755-9079
Or, surf

Pop A Wheelie
Hartmann’s 22-inch Expandable Mobile Traveler, with detachable garment bag, Dopp kit, and mini tote bag, is $555.
Crouch & Fitzgerald
400 Madison Ave.; 212-755-5888

In The Spirit
Delaforce’s “His Eminence’s Choice” ten-year-old and “Curious & Ancient” twenty-year-old tawny ports, specially packaged for holiday giving, are $24 for the pair.
Park Avenue Liquors
292 Madison Ave. ; 212-685-2442

Photographed by James Worrell.