Dillonâs blends its own small-batch gin, vermouth and aperitivo into a bright, bracing twist on the classic cocktail. Store.dillons.ca.
per chick After years of prohibition, itâs finally legal to raise backyard birds in some neighbourhoods. This heritage breed is known for its handsome plumage and prodigious egg production. Dandhnewman.ca.
and up. Sommelier Krysta Oben and wine importer Nicole Campbellâalso known as the Grape Witchesâequip aspiring oenophiles with a bespoke collection of natural wines. Grapewitches.com.
Matty Mathesonâs new recipe collection features crave-worthy, caloric takes on comfort- food classics like gumbo, seafood chowder and Parts and Labourâs iconic burger. Amazon.ca.
for nine. Kata Ambrusâs exquisite chocolate domes are filled with intriguing flavours like yuzu-caramel and wild strawberry Lion Coffee, 881 St. Clair Ave. W., instagram.com.
Kasugaiâs cult-favourite gummies look and taste eerily like real grapes. Sukoshi Mart, 160 Baldwin St., 647-358-4040, sukoshimart.com.
Dolce and Gabbana teamed up with SMEG to create a line of radiant kitchen appliances inspired by Sicilian iconography. William Ashley, 131 Bloor St. W., 416-964-2900, williamashley.com.
The adorably retro toaster, griddle and coffee maker in one is ideal for cramped condo kitchens. Bedbathandbeyond.ca.
Home bartenders can flavour their hooch with herbs, fruits and botanicals using Alkemistaâs gorgeous glass vessel, equipped with a removable stainless steel filter ShopAGO, 317 Dundas St. W., 416-979-6610, shop.ago.ca.
These kitschy enamel studs are topped with hyper-realistic cheese and properly curled 3-D pepperoni rounds. Cufflinksinc.com.
Toronto ex-pat David Zilber and Noma superchef RenĂ© Redzepi teach culinary thrillseekers to ferment everything from sauerkraut to shoyu. Amazon.ca.
Fans of the green fairy can prepare their own absinthe in Puttiâs art nouveau apparatus. Putti Fine Furnishings, 1104 Yonge St., 416-972-7652, putti.ca.
A marbled fixie pie slicer is a fun choice for the die-hard cyclist on your list. Drake General Store, 1151 Queen St. W., 416-538-2222, drakegeneralstore.ca.
Seedlipâs distilled spirits have the same aromatic bite as gin or vermouthâbut without the booze. Their Spice 94, made with Jamaican allspice berries and cardamom, is ready-made for fireplace sipping. Average, 1081 Queen St. W., 1-855-439-4881, average.is.
Tiffanyâs twisty tube, forged in silver and plated in rose gold vermeil, makes an eco-friendly alternative to disposable straws. Tiffany and Co., 150 Bloor St. W., 416-921-3900, tiffany.com.
For a medieval buzz, the fermented brew from Quebecâs Miels dâAnicet is made of buckwheat honey and funkified for 20 years in oak barrels. Mielsdanicet.com.
Jadeite, the milky green glass ubiquitous in â50s kitchens, is back in a big way, and Mosser Glassâs sleek grinder is the perfect way to get on trend. Easy Tiger, 1447 Dundas St. W., 647-748-6161, easytigergoods.com.
A hidden ice reservoir in this handmade Japanese crystal decanter keeps rice wine frosty. Cocktail Emporium, 972 Queen St. W., 647-727-3804, cocktailemporium.com.
The MoMAâs porcelain pumpkins offer art geeks a pop of Kusama-inspired Japanese whimsyâwithout the eight-hour AGO lineups. Store.moma.org.
Toronto artisan Emma Gerardâs hand-blown frosted glass bears and worms look equally cute on a chain or in a candy dish. Emmagerard.com.
New Brunswick artist Stephanie Linnard scours thrift shops and flea markets for discarded bone china and repaints it with regal fauna. Etsy.com.
The leather Quartermaster suitcase from Toronto brand Ebby Rane is Meghan Markleâs favourite carry-on. Ebbyrane.com.
A wax statue of Marie Antoinette will transform a bland Toronto living room into a Versailles-calibre rococo salon. Gravitypope.com.
Equal parts Jolie and Jagger, these glossy lips make a perfect receptacle for (legal!) cannabis debris. Amazon.ca.
Areaware makes a 500-piece ombrĂ© jigsaw for hardcore puzzlers who are sick of Thomas Kinkade. Workshoptoronto.com.
Casper conducted 11 monthsâ worth of dog sleep studies to create the optimal memory foam mattress for your pooch. Casper.com.
The warm glow of Lumioâs portable book lamp offers a welcome reprieve from your iPhone flashlight. Take Note, 2993 Dundas St. W., 416-766-1235, takenotestore.ca.
Alessandro Mendiniâs pointillist Proust chairâon display at Londonâs V&A museum and the MoMAâis as cozy as it is opulent. Quasi Modo, 1079 Queen St. W., 416-703-8300, quasimodomodern.com.
Illustrator Raymond Biesinger commemorates 18 bulldozed Toronto landmarks, including Sam the Record Man, the Temple Building, the Toronto Star building andâsniffâHonest Edâs. Labour of Love, 223 Carlton St., 416-923-8988, thelabouroflove.ca.
This foot-long brass weiner dog has room for four succulents. Wayfair.ca.
This spacesuited homage to First Man doubles as a quirky flower holder. Bergo Designs, 28 Tank House Ln., 416-861-1821, bergodesigns.ca.
Textile artist Fanny Algaalaga Avatituq of Qamaniâtuaq, Nunavut, creates trippy tapestries in neon hues. Craft Ontario, 1106 Queen St. W., 416-921-1721, craftontarioshop.com.
A shaggy pink llama is the cutest possible way to keep a desk dirt-free. Urbanoutfitters.com.
Selettiâs gold-lacquered lamp is pure Warholian weirdness. Bergo Designs, 28Â Tank House Ln., 416-861-1821, bergodesigns.ca.
and up Spanish designer Jordi Canudas repeatedly dips lightbulbs into buckets of paint, creating increasingly vivid layers of colour. Jordicanudas.bigcartel.com.
Elizabeth Taylor would covet this silk turban, which protects delicate tresses from abrasive bed linens and pairs perfectly with a printed caftan. 6 By Gee Beauty, 6 Roxborough St. W., 416-960-8080, 6bygeebeauty.com.
Coachâs dainty T-rex studs have rose gold skeletons and tiny Swarovski crystals for eyes. Coach, Eaton Centre, ca.coach.com.
Chadwick Boseman wore one of IkirĂ© Jonesâs vivid Afro-futurist scarves in Black Panther. Mere mortals can buy the silk creations online. Ikirejones.com.
Wolf Circusâs elegantly busty necklace is made in Vancouver from 14-karat gold. Loversland, 215 Ossington Ave., 416-551-3321, loversland.com.
For fans of Crazy Rich Asians (as well as actual crazy rich people), this antique emerald and diamond bauble is a doppelganger of the one Michelle Yeoh wields in the movie. Cynthiafindlay.com.
A Lannister always pays his debtsâand wears his golden lion cufflinks. Shop.nordstrom.com.
This Canadian-designed, raised-fist crewneck is the must-have uniform for the 2019 Womenâs March. Crescentandclair.com.
Gucciâs Lurex kidsâ skirt is a shimmering candy-cane twist on the classic schoolgirl uniform. Gucci.com.
Toronto designer Sid Neigumâs majestic coat is woven from alpaca, mohair and virgin lambswool. Net-a-porter.com.
The one thing Drake and Kanye can agree on is their shared love of Versaceâs iconic baroque bathrobe. The silk version sets a new standard for â80s opulence. Versace, Yorkdale Shopping Centre, 416-551-6065, versace.com.
Gwyneth Paltrowâs eponymous brand now ships to Canada. We like the GOOP glow kit, packed with fragrant, luxurious facial schmears. Shop.goop.com.
and up Discerning toddlers will appreciate Marc Jacobsâs reversible parka, with fluffy faux-leopard on one side and quilted navy on the other. Shop.nordstrom.com.
Staudâs bucket bag, encased in a fishermanâs net, is the seasonâs ultimate Instagram status purse. Holt Renfrew, 50 Bloor St. W., 416-922-2333, holtrenfrew.com.
A cozy Christmas pullover is a subtle yet striking choice for the guy who wonât take off his Kawhi Leonard jersey. Store.nba.com.
Drake might own a pair of solid-gold Air Jordans, but Nikeâs metallic retro kicks are the next best thing. Flightclub.com.
The enamel porcelain earrings, hand-painted by Toronto artist Julie Moon, are a charming way to show provincial pride. Shopgirls, 1342 Queen St. W., 416-534-7467, shopgirls.ca.
Sons and Daughtersâ frames have graced the face of tiny style icon Blue Ivy Carter (unfortunately, they donât come in adult sizes). Wearesonsanddaughters.com.
New moms Cardi B., Kylie Jenner and Mindy Kaling parade their babies around in Jeremy Scottâs kitschy pram, festooned with cherubs and gold angel wings. Shop.nordstrom.com.
Serena Williams has slammed her way to 72 titles using Wilsonâs Blade 104 racquets, made with powerful shock-absorbing technology. Merchant of Tennis, 1621 Bayview Ave., 416-932-2396, merchantoftennis.com.
Aspiring Tessa Virtues will be pretty in pink in Moxiâs stylish suede blades. Moxiskates.com.
Basketball BFFs DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry now play for different teams, but theyâll be together forever in Toronto artist LeeAndra Cianciâs wistful print. Leeandracianci.com.
The chirpy digital petâand bane of â90s parents everywhereâhas been reÂ-released for its 20th anniversary, ready to be loved, fed and inevitably killed all over again. Mastermind Toys, 1133 Yonge St., 416-922-2872, mastermindtoys.com.
Nostalgic Nintendo gamers will appreciate this glowing Super Mario night light as much as their kids do. Amazon.com.
Forget Ace the Blue Jayâthe trash raccoon is Torontoâs undisputed mascot. Spacing Store, 401 Richmond St. W., 416-644-1017, spacingstore.ca.
Between Sharp Objects and Hereditary, 2018 was the year of the dollhouse. Petit Pet Houseâs diorama lacks the fear factor but features just as much detail: you can outfit it with tiny iPads and peewee Perrier bottles. Etsy.com.
for two Handcrafted from edible 24-karat gold, Shineâs weed wrappers are worthy of Snoop Dogg himself. Weedbox.io.
Meghan Markleâs royal wedding look is meticulously reconstructed in miniature: the Givenchy gown in satin with scalloped lace, jewellery, and a tiara encrusted with Swarovski crystals. Bradfordexchange.ca.
Youâd never guess that Toronto company Brave Soles constructs its gorgeous shoulder bags from recycled inner tubes. Bravesoles.life.
A contribution to the Lions Foundation of Canada will offset a cuddly canineâs vet costs during his first year of service training. Dogguides.com.
Textile artists in rural Kyrgyzstan make their toasty pachydermal footwear
in small batches. Aga Khan Museum Shop, 77 Wynford Dr., 416-646-4677, shop.agakhanmuseum.org.
Meryl Streep and Reese Witherspoon have shown their support for
the Timeâs Up movement by sporting Lingua Francaâs plush yet political handstitched cashmere pullover. Proceeds go to Timeâs Up legal defence fund. Linguafranca.nyc.
Holt Renfrewâs H Project collaborates with ethical designers like Mercedes Salazar, who works with Indigenous Colombian artisans to create her whimsical, nature-inspired pieces. Holt Renfrew, 50 Bloor St. W., 416-922-2333, holtrenfrew.com.