Boozy Baubles from Mixology

Plus the new Music Listography book and Zaha Hadid x Melissa at epaulet

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    Mixology
    Mixology's scarf ring.

    MAKE MINE A DOUBLE: Plenty of jewelry designers have tapped into the opulence of old-world liquor tags as bling, but we really dig the inventiveness Ali Montana brings to her Mixology line. These angel cherub scarf rings – loop a scarf’s ends through for a sexy take on cowboy lariats -- come in antiqued gold-, silver-, or brass-plate, $75 each at Nest, 172A 9th Avenue; 212-337-3441.

    1-2-3-4: What discs to bring with us to a desert island is just ONE of the many music-related rundowns we like to daydream about – brilliantly, the newest addition to Lisa Nola’s Listography Journals is all about music, prompting addictive listmaking with headers like “Concerts You Wish You Could Time Travel Back To.” $16.95 at Shakespeare & Co., 716 Broadway; 212-529-1330.

    COMPLEX: British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid lent her deconstructivist worldview to footwear bigwig Melissa (whose Vivienne Westwood collabs we love), and the result is work-of-art shoes – part Guggenheim exhibit, part NASA uniform. Made of sustainable rubber, the shoes are limited-edition and available in black or silver (each $300) at Cobble hill’s epaulet, 231 Smith Street; Cobble Hill, Brooklyn; 718-522-3800.

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