Of course there's already a big market for these - the phone comes out today. And of course, a few of them are marginally obnoxious. But a number of them are very cool.
We doubt you missed it, but it's hitting the stores in two weeks. And here's what makes it different...
As any savvy home furnishings shopper can tell you, the start of the season and the end of the season are the best times to buy outdoor furniture. The deals are good, and if you're making an investment, you'll want the best deal - and the best set - possible.
Apparently, it's all about the legs right now. For some of you guys, this is great news. For some of you gals, it's time to start shaving every day again.
Maybe it isn't so surprising. Another banker leaves finance to start a business to better your bedroom. Is this because they finally have time to sleep ?
Or is that silly question? Either way, sales have slowed, and the dimly-lit, babe-staffed store is closing some of its US locations.
This furniture is made from real airplanes.
It's a concept new to us: a company that represents and sells designers' furniture online, then manufactures it and ships it to the buyer. All for a significant discount.
Playsuit Parlour is a little label that works perfectly for partying at summer festivals.
The Diamond Jubilee Weekend is almost here, and the Olympics are fast approaching. Last year, three billion people worldwide tuned in to watch Kate Middleton marry a prince, and the fashion world now takes its cues from London. There has never been a better time to celebrate all things British.
I'm going on a girly break in Cornwall next week and am in a fashion quandary.
Forget The Great Gatsby, the cinematic style inspiration this summer comes courtesy of Sofia Coppola's Bling Ring.
A new breed of fashion obsessed "supercustomer" is challenging retailers' assumptions about the maximum sums that can be spent at the click of a mouse.
Punters will talk about the art of rugby long after the England v France World Cup 2007 semis game in Paris. Let's talk rugby AS art to invest in closer to home.
"Milan, London, New York, Paris.
Who was Diana Vreeland? A fashionista extraordinaire, a former fashion magazine columnist and editor, and a one woman fashion bible who literally wrote the book, Diana Vreeland was to fashion what Bill Gates was to computers.
Last time we discussed thank you notes, I came on a little strong. As such, I'd like to make it up to you by passing on a Proper Tip; one that will make your future correspondence even easier and more stylish.
The personalised T-shirt: It's such an obvious, easy gift for the right person. All you need is something, well, personal, to put on it.
You all know about shopping around for the best gas and electricity deals, and you know you should keep an eye on your savings rates to make sure you are not being take advantage of by your bank or building society.