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Michal Negrin’s jewelry may look vintage Victorian, but the delicate new pieces are actually handmade in Israel. These drop earrings have enamel flowers and red rhinestone accents around a cherub center ($85).
Saks Fifth Avenue
611 Fifth Avenue, at 49th Street
745 Fifth Avenue, at 58th Street
On a Roll
Heavy, all-terrain strollers have been trendy for ages, but the fact is, lighter ones are easier to fit in a taxi or maneuver on the subway. The seat of Maclaren’s eight-pound, aluminum-framed Volo is covered with an easy-to-clean fabric webbing. The stroller also has foam grip handles, a removable basket, and swiveling wheels. A shoulder strap makes for easy carrying ($99; an accessory pack with sun shade, seat liner, and rain cover is an additional $49).
Albee baby carriage company
715 Amsterdam Avenue, at 95th Street
247 East 86th Street
Schneider’s Juvenile Furniture
20 Avenue A
Fashion illustrator Mary Lynn Blasutta’s new collages are inspired by her passion for beautiful shoes. The framed pieces show pointy red mules, stylish slides, and these trendy wedge sandals. All are handmade from paper and found objects, so no two are alike ($225).
250 Mott Street
Part of Desiron’s new line of accessories, this aluminum tray does double duty: Hold it one way and it’s a traditional cocktail tray; flip it over and use it in bed as a tray table ($40).
204 Park Avenue South, near 17th Street
139 West 22nd Street
111 Greene Street
The Wright Stuff
Collectors of Russel Wright’s dinnerware often spend years searching out coveted pieces. Now Sakura has re-created products from the designer’s most famous collections, including American Modern and Casual, staying true to the original shapes and colors. The line includes dinner and salad plates, soup bowls with handles, a divided vegetable bowl, platters, a teapot, and this iconic pitcher. Prices range from $5 to $30.
Web of Intrigue
Parents, look out. Just in time to accompany the Spider-Man movie, Marvel has introduced a bunch of new products, including the Dual Action Web Blaster. This nifty device, which straps onto a matching glove, shoots out a silly-string-like substance that will temporarily stick to (but not ruin) various surfaces ($16.99).
Toys ‘R’ Us
1514 Broadway, at 44th Street
British furniture designer Ross Lovegrove has teamed up with TAG Heuer to create the company’s first eyewear collection. Made of materials like titanium, magnesium, and aluminum alloys, the ultralightweight glasses have adjustable nose pads and end tips, and matching rubber straps. Select from lenses designed for general outdoor use, for sports like golf or tennis, or for water sports. Priced from $285 to $345.
422 West Broadway/212-965-5304
Paragon Sporting Goods
867 Broadway, at 17th Street
Cohen’s Fashion Optical
40 West 57th Street