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Some kids have bunk beds, others have trundle beds. But this tent is destined to be the new status sleep-over item. It’s made by hand in Colorado out of vintage cowboy-print or flower-print fabrics and comes with a bedroll and optional stool. Tent with bedroll, $695; camp chair, $95.
767 Fifth Avenue, at 58th Street
Karin Spitzer was concerned that people weren’t making time for the most basic needs in life. Her concerns found their way onto her No Time bracelets, mousepads, and T-shirts. Lines include no time to sleep, … to rock, and … for boys ($8).
Totem Design Group
71 Franklin Street
Designer Todd Oldham has given us hot clothes and hip hotels; now he’s come out with the ultimate travel bag – filled, of course, with Kiehl’s products. The accordion-style dopp kit has three sections and ten individual compartments, and comes with travel-size Kiehl’s shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and a cleansing bar. All proceeds go to the Amazon Conservation Team ($55).
Saks Fifth Avenue
611 Fifth Avenue, at 49th Street
Take a Spill
It’s amazing what comes from the mouths of babes – and falls onto bibs. The idea of white, hand-embroidered cotton ones may seem impractical, but these bibs by Jill Baby are so darn cute we just don’t care ($44).
1992 Broadway, at 67th Street
1217 Third Avenue, at 70th Streetb
Celebrity ceramicist Jonathan Adler has introduced a notions collection that includes this perfect-for-modernists Peruvian-made menorah ($98).
465 Broome Street/212-941-8950
Given that cats consider themselves vastly superior to those other household pets, it’s no wonder George’s catnip toys are shaped like dogs. Choose the breed your furry friend will enjoy chomping on the most: dachshund, fox terrier, poodle, German shepherd, Chihuahua, or spaniel ($8 to $10 each).
215 East 76th Street/212-734-9373
43 Greenwich Avenue/212-352-8591
199 Bedford Avenue/718-599-7962
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