WHO’S WHOO? Salvor Fauna pillows come in species large and small, and all are scaled perfectly to inhabit a bed or chair (small Salvor Fauna owl pillow, $39 at Penelope’s, 1913 W. Division St.; 773-395-2351).
|A bright tag shines like a beacon in a sea of ubiquitous black luggage (Bon Voyage travel set, $58 for a set of two luggage tags and a passport cover at Chiasso; 877-CHIASSO).|
|A GOOD LOOK-SEE|
|Italian ingenuity makes FlatSpecs the first really attractive completely collapsible eyeglasses on the market (FlatSpecs, $25 at Stitch, 1723 N. Damen Ave.; 773-782-1570).|
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|Bond No. 9 New York’s newest unisex fragrance will put you in a New York state of mind (Bond No. 9 Bleecker Street eau de parfum, $185 for a 3.4-ounce bottle, exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue, all stores).|STICKY SUBJECT Georgians have coaxed this light and buttery honey from bees feeding on tupelo blossoms during the tree’s brief April flowering (Savannah Bee Company raw tupelo honey, $18.99 for 20 ounces at Pastoral, 2945 N. Broadway; 773-472-4781).
|The French designer Christian Astuguevieille has given the mannered design world this bent chestnut chair with woolly hemp seat (Christian Astuguevieille Saulorme chair, $4,000 at Holly Hunt Chicago, 18th floor, Merchandise Mart; 312-661-1900).|