What: Roving jewelry designer Julia Vallelunga launches a virtual, summer-only pop-up shop brimming with vibrant Mexican goods.
Why: Jubilantly illustrated wall hangings, jaunty rainbow-striped blankets, colorful mesh totes, and more.
Where: Available at laraffinerie.ca, $20-$55.
What: Install the widget on your toolbar, scan the Web, and emote to your heart’s content. Share epithets like WTF, meh, and amazing in lieu of plain old (and soon-to-be-played-out) thumbs up or down.
Why: Keep your fingers on the pulse.
Where: Available at readrboard.com, free.
Butter London Foot Products
What: The UK beauty brand’s new line of creams and roll-on moisture sticks is just in time for sandal season.
Why: The glycolic callus peel, powder finish foot cream, and hydrating heel balms were developed (and first tested) during London Fashion Week.
Where: Available at butterlondon.com, $15-$30.
What: Office workers are in for a treat. The GPS-enabled app turns your laptop’s screen saver into a real-time satellite map of your current location (wherever that may be).
Why: Choose the watercolor map feature for a dreamy, procrastinator-friendly bird’s-eye view.
Where: Available at satelliteeyes.tomtaylor.co.uk, free.
A Curated World by Kay McGowan
What: The scholarly Boston shopkeep was so inspired by her travels that she decided to schlep her best finds (and the stories behind them) to the Web.
Why: The dip-dyed tunics and metallic leather carpet bags look just as sleek on Main Street as they do in Marrakech.
Where: Available at kaymcgowan.com, $6-$598.
Photos: Courtesy of Le Marché