You can have your sun and stay in the shade, too.LOUNGEHollie & Harrie SombrillaWhat: Leave it to a couple of Australians to craft the perfect alternative to the average beach umbrella. The jaunty canopy ($150) provides enough shade for four people and is 95 percent UV resistant. Why: Cotton Sunshirts for the wee ones are all play, no burn. Where: Online at hollieandharrie.com.EATLe Bon GarconWhat: Not all caramels are created equal. In keeping with French culinary tradition, the morsels ($6 for two ounces) are stirred using extra-fancy butter and no preservatives. Why: Salted, macadamia nut, and mango passion don’t suck. Where: Online at lebongarcon.com.WEARPiplette by Alice RitterWhat: Outfit yourself in long, flowing dresses; lacy tops; and tunics from the sweetly bohemian Parisian designer. Plus, the low prices ($69-$139) might help start a revolution. Why: The Akiko romper is a study in perfection. Where: Online at urbanoutfitters.com. HANGThe Sheila Made Clothes AirerWhat: With a little help from the rope-and-pulley contraption ($135), propel your garments up to the ceiling to air-dry. Why: Choose from black or iron to make your apartment, loft, or home the very definition of industrial chic. Where: Online at ancientindustries.com. LISTENTurntable FMWhat: A musical chat room for friends and co-workers. Make your own/join an existing one, become a DJ, and take turns spinning jams. Deem songs “lame” or “awesome” and jabber all the while. Why: Like you actually have work to do all day. Where: Online at turntable.fm. Photo: Courtesy of Hollie & HarrieSeventy-two summer jams worth sharing.