Furniture designer Seth Rolland’s accordion-like bookends are improbably carved from a single piece of ash ($120 at the Store at the Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, nr. 58th St.; 212-299-7700).
Altruism meets attractiveness in the form of Osborn’s fair-trade slip-ons, hand cut and assembled in Guatemala ($80 at Brooklyn Flea, 176 Lafayette Ave., nr. Clermont Ave., Ft. Greene).
The interchangeable, quadruple-pronged Tumi travel adapter makes blow-drying and laptop-booting easier in 150 countries ($55 at Opening Ceremony, 1190 Broadway, nr. 29th St.; 646-695-5680).