Sit (and shop) a spell.
Fair Folks & a Goat
What: The NYC-based social salon and indie designer showroom launches a webshop of home furnishings and jewelry.
Why: Crop to Cup coffee; gilded antique side tables; and a rotating mix of wooden, cork, and glass objets d’art for holding court on your own turf.
Where: Available at fairfolksandagoat.com, $6-$1,800.
Art at Leif
What: Color-obsessed housewares hunter Stacy Anne Longenecker handpicks artists to create exclusive artwork, ranging from sketchbook-inspired collages to hand-painted neon beans.
Why: Keep your eyes peeled for numbered abstract paintings, one-of-a-kind mixed-media pieces, and more.
Where: Available at leifshop.com, $60-$200.
Chance’s First Sale
What: Through Sunday, striped boatneck tees, chambray loungewear, and preppy tote bags (towel included) are half off.
Why: You need a vacation. Might as well dress the part.
Where: Available at chanceco.com, $25-$150.
What: Get your feet wet at the just-launched source for patterned cotton-blend socks and classic ribbed knee-highs.
Why: Plush Italian fabrics and old-school hues (mustard yellow, navy, gray) channel Grandpa (in a good way).
Where: Available at soxiety.com, $12-$22.
Meredith Wendell x SFK Camera Straps
What: Climbing ropes finished in leather, chain, and Scottish plaid lend a fresh look to your DSLR.
Why: Names inspired by U.S. and UK hiking destinations (Ruby River, Devil’s Trail) whet your appetite for a shutterbug adventure.
Where: Available at sarahfranceskuhn.com, $75-$125.
Photo: Courtesy of Fair Folks & a Goat