Where there are celebrities there is free stuff. At the Toronto International Film Festival, the Tastemakers Lounge aims to put new – mainly Canadian – products into the hands of stars. This year, several products are perfect for jet-setters. And the best part is you don’t need a blockbuster paycheque to afford them.
If it’s filtered water you crave, this curvy little reusable number could be the answer. The built-in carbon filter delivers sip after sip of refreshing H2O; simply replace it after every 150 litres. The Bobble, designed by Karim Rashid and part of the Seventh Generation line, is BPA free, comes in fun colours, is made in the United States and fits nicely in the hand. So start saving your money – and the planet – already. $9.99 (U.S.); waterbobble.com
Jessica Jensen bag
Toronto designer Jessica Jensen created a canvas tote for TIFF (available free at several LCBO stores this weekend; visa.ca/tifffestivaltote), but even better are her petit envelope clutches in rich jewel-toned leather. They’re a perfect chic passport holder. $98; shopjessicajensen.com
Squirrelled away in first class, a T-shirt by the Real Collective, based in L.A., is an ideal pairing for those decadent fully flat beds: The simple design and ultracomfy cotton seem made for curling. All that’s missing is the matching bottoms (hint, hint). $28 (U.S.); therealcollective.com