The ultrathin Dell Adamo whispers luxury with a quiet and cool solid-state hard drive, a chassis created from a single piece of aluminum and a high-definition edge-to-edge display. Starts at $1,999 in pearl or onyx.
The U*tique vending machine at Fred Segal dispenses grown-up treats from Vosges Haut-Chocolat, Bliss, Lipstick Queen and doll designer Ketty Sean, among others.
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Light-emitting diodes on the neck of the $899 Fretlight FG-451 Pro Electric in Translucent Blue show beginners where to place their fingers. The guitar syncs with a video via a USB port on a computer.
Designer Diana Eng of “Project Runway” fame inspires with a gallery of tech-fashion creations and easy projects such as felt flower bud earphones in “Fashion Geek” from North Light Books.