Drape yourself in neon.
MZ Wallace Summer
What: The NYC tastemaker curates a selection ($7-$225) of warm-weather wares that pop. Get your paws on a firecracker red passport holder, an electric lemon card case, bright green tote bag, and much more.
Why: Help Cecil the Seagull. All proceeds from the plain white tee emblazoned with the proud bird benefit the Audubon Society.
Where: Online at mzwallace.com.
Man with a Pan
What: In the book ($10), 21 “dudes who cook” (Mark Bittman, Stephen King, Jim Harrison) share recipes and anecdotes about manning the stove for their families.
Why: Mario Batali’s kids eat monkfish liver and foie gras. No comment.
Where: Online at amazon.com.
Poketo Travel Journal
What: Record all of your wanderings in a handsome tome ($24), complete with nifty pockets to hold receipts and memories, a checklist, and day-to-day itinerary.
Why: No trips planned? Write the next great American novel instead. Someone’s gotta do it.
Where: Online at poketo.com.
One Square Love
What: Reversible place mats ($30-$55) that perk up any kitchen. The floral and geometric designs are classic and modern, making it a shame to hide them when it’s time to dine.
Why: When you get sick of one pattern, just turn ’em over.
Where: Online at etsy.com.
Cov-ver Shelby Hat
What: Prep for your next outdoor adventure with an organic cotton topper ($38) whose design provides perfect sun protection while allowing you to see where you’re going.
Why: Trees have a tendency to jump out at you.
Where: Online at adventurehat.com.
Photo: Courtesy of MZ Wallace