We’ll have what they’re having.
Lust, Covet, Desire
What: Your newest spot to shop West Coast-flavored street style and indie designers.
Why: Founder and Atlantic Records vet Geraldine Chung enlists fashion friends (Gabriela Artigas, Jen Kao) for best-selling ready-to-wear remixes and original jewelry collaborations.
Where: Available at lustcovetdesire.com, $28-$550.
What: Upload personal photos to the no-fuss template, choose from a dozen-plus band colors, then get your custom watch in less than two weeks.
Why: Use your ticker and stock up now for holiday season.
Where: Available at instawatch.may28th.me, $44.
What: Take cover with the Down Under boot brand’s poppy, new line of polka-dot, striped, and embellished handle umbrellas.
Why: Pretty is as pretty does — styles pack up to 90 percent UV protection.
Where: Available at moovculture.com, $30-$45.
Chocolate Crisis Center
What: The sweets shop pokes fun at (and caters to) cocoa addicts seeking a daily fix.
Why: Get sweet on sea salt carmelitas, triple-chocolate truffle balls, and limited edition holiday packs laced with peppermint.
Where: Available at chocolatecrisiscenter.com, $10 and up.
What: Gird your wallets. The Spain-based fast-fashion source is out to conquer the U.S. furniture and decor market.
Why: Clear nesting tables, minimal-kitsch teapots and textiles, and kids’ goods so cool we want them for ourselves.
Where: Available at zarahome.com, $5-$799.
Photo: Courtesy of Lust Covet Desire