Wear your heart on your phone.
What: The iPhone app lets would-be lyricists create refrigerator-magnet type phrases, match them to photos (existing or your own), and send to Facebook, Twitter, email, and the like.
Why: Donate $25 or more (email firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 24) to get a limited-edition image (pictured) created for DC readers. Project ends Dec. 29.
Where: Online at kickstarter.com.
Condé Nast by Art.com
What: A collection of previously unreleased iconic prints, illustrations, photos, and more from the ever-stylish pub house.
Why: Old covers and cartoons of The New Yorker, Vanity Fair photos of Audrey Hepburn, and midcentury black-and-white shots from House & Garden.
Where: Online at condenaststore.com.
A Man and a Woman
What: One of our favorite high-end NYC-boutiques (run by Shopbop’s former head buyer) debuts on the Web.
Why: Women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, accessories, and shoes from the likes of A.L.C., Chris Benz, and Helmut Lang.
Where: Online at manandawoman.com.
What: There’s never a convenient time for lady business. Get your necessities, from hosiery to health and beauty products, delivered bimonthly to your door and never have a “Did I remember to pick that up?” moment again.
Why: Intuitively (slash ingeniously) packed essentials, whether you’re traveling abroad or surfing the crimson wave. And DailyCandy readers get 25 percent off their orders (use code DAILY25 at checkout).
Where: Online at hoseanna.com.
Breakfast for Dinner
What: There’s no reason the best meal of the day should be relegated to the a.m. Follow the culinary adventures of a group of friends who sleep all day and eat morning foods all night.
Why: Ostrich eggs Benedict, s’mores French toast, and turkey sausage and egg white sandwiches with a side of highbrow hipster twists.
Where: Online at b4dtv.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Iheart Poetics