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Internationally Sourced Accessories from The Styleliner

5 fashion frills for haute hitchhikers!

Since the Warc Jacobs incident of ’06, we’ve steered clear of fashion transactions involving the backs of trucks. But Joey Wolffer has us back on board, picking over her trove of internationally sourced accessories in The Styleliner, her potato chip carter-turned-mobile boutique.

Verde Rosa Chain Loop Scarf (New England), $250
Raise last winter’s infinity scarves to a cooler power — hand-knit merino links have been supersized to create a fresh neck-warming stunner.

Handmade Market Bag Tassel (Marrakech), $40
Pass on shelling out for a big-ticket tote and give the gals on your list a bold-hued silk bag-cessory to perk up their purses with texture and movement.

Demis Anniel Leopard Lace-Up Booties (Paris), $145
Spotted: dyed calf leather shoe-stoppers strolling along the Seine. Now your intended can be among the first to muck up the soles on this side of the Atlantic.

Glamourpuss Fur Mittens (NYC), $195
Instead of iCrazy gloves, give the more luxurious present of finger paralysis (temporary, natch) with a pair of rabbit fur mega mittens that encase digits in absurd warmth and whimsy.

Bebaroque Sparkle Tights (Paris), $68
Stuffing holiday stockings with stockings may feel incestuous, but when it comes to party attire, the recipient of these fancy, white, disc-embellished hose will be eternally grateful that you kept it in the family.

The Styleliner will be parked in the Meatpacking District on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through December. For exact location, follow twitter.com/TheStyleliner.

Photo: Connie Xhou