Graffiti Cocktail Shaker ($24.50) Shake things up with an urban-inspired cocktail shaker by William Kellogg, who designed the whimsical piece in a creative collaboration between Philadelphia University and Kikkerland Design. You’ll never look at that dirty martini the same way again.
Vintage Madonna Marble Coasters ($50) These black-and-white collectibles showcase early photos of the Material Girl. Have a little kitschy fun at your next party—or mount them to a wall to create that shrine to her “Madgesty” that you’ve always wanted.
Tile Tea Towel ($9) Don’t cry over spilled gin—clean it up with a chic new tea towel. Or dress up your tabletop with a little touch of gray for weekend brunch. West Elm, 1330 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 215-731-0184.
Hangover Cures ($10) Explore home remedies by author Ben Reed on how to get up and go the morning after. The book refutes hangover myths and lists creative cures from around the world—with a whole chapter devoted to the ever-popular Bloody Mary. Crate and Barrel, 160 North Gulph Road, King of Prussia, 610-354-9600.
Orrefores Street Barware ($80 per pair) Elegant and edgy, this tumbler comes from a set inspired by the Manhattan street grid. The combination of crystal and hand-cut design makes them a standout for brisk nights warming up with a favorite reserve. Bloomingdale’s, 160 North Gulph Road, King of Prussia, 610-337-6300.