Future Sullenbergers can pilot (and scribble on) Cardboardesign’s recyclable airplane ($49 at Print Icon, 7 W. 18th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-255-4489).
This trove of vintage Diane Von Furstenbergs comes with a story: While doing her New Year’s cleaning, the widow of a former DVF employee discovered original samples from 1976. They’re now exclusively at Chelsea Girl Couture ($255 to $285; 186 Spring St., nr. Thompson St.; 212-343-7090).
In French perfumer Gérald Ghislain’s imagination, Casanova smelled like citrus, lavender, and cedar, while Mata Hari was redolent of bergamot, rose, and vetiver. They and other historic characters inspired his new Histoire des Parfums line ($185 each at Takashimaya, 693 Fifth Ave., nr. 54th St.; 212-350-0100).
Four years ago, Nike and A.P.C. teamed up to do a line of unisex sneakers; on January 29, the collaboration of canvas kicks (also in blue-and-white and white- on-white) hits stores ($140 at A.P.C., 131 Mercer St., nr. Prince St.; 212-966-9685).
Bring spring early: Add water to Little Garden tins and get fresh Italian parsley, chamomile, chives, or pint-size peppers in one to two weeks ($10 each at Seasons International, 115 Crosby St., nr. Houston St.; 212-226-0797).
A hit at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, Minoru’s 3D Webcam comes with five pairs of 3 D glasses for up-close-and-personal web chats ($90 at J&R Music and Computer World, 23 Park Row, nr. Ann St.; 212-238-9000).
Over the summer, artist Adrian Kondratowicz used these biodegradable, vermin-repellent trash bags along city streets in an art installation called Trash. They’re now available to the public as well ($40 to $50 for a box of ten at Cite, 131 Greene St., nr. Prince St.; 212-431-7272).