Week of February 2, 2004

Mini Do-Re-Mi
Apple’s iPod Mini holds up to 1,000 songs, comes in five colors, and is Windows-compatible ($249).
Apple Store Soho
103 Prince Street; 212-226-3126

Also available at apple.com.

Dog Bites Toy
Pull-apart toys for dogs (limbs are held together by Velcro) in various animal shapes are $9.
43 Greenwich Ave.; 212-352-8591

Rubber The Right Way
Carol Dauplaise’s three-strand rubber necklace with crystal accents is $30.
1000 Third Ave.; 212-705-2000

The Light Stuff
Kartell’s Ferruccio Laviani–designed Take lamp, in seven shades of transparent polycarbonate or two opaque colors, is $92.
45 Greene St.; 212-966-6665

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Back to the Grind
KitchenAid’s burr coffee mill, which lets users choose from fifteen grinds for everything from espresso to French press, is $199.95.
121 E. 59th St.; 917-369-1131

Also available at williams-sonoma.com.

Get Shirty
Chocolate-brown shirt with leaf embroidery is $126.
Alpana Bawa
41 Grand St.; 212-965-0559

Or, check out alpanabawa.com for more information.

Big Baby
Measure your kid’s growth (in inches and photos) with Kikkerland’s Baby Meter, $11.
Random Accessories
169 Thompson St.; 212-358-9079

Night Watchman
The Guardian rechargeable lantern by Vessel is $40.
168 Eighth Ave.; 212-255-4664

Tape Pleasure
Duct-tape wallets in dozens of colors and patterns are $30.
Future Perfect
115 N. 6th St., Brooklyn; 718-599-6278

Divide and Conquer
This CD-case-size organizer box, in three colors, is $8.95.
125 Greenwich Ave.; 212-989-4300

Lug the Dog
This faux-croc pet carrier comes in five colors and is $85.
Crouch & Fitzgerald
400 Madison Ave.; 212-755-5888

Also available at sherpapet.com.

Photographed by Michael Kraus.

Week of February 2, 2004