An oddly named store with an eclectic selection of crafts from little-known artists across the country. Sol-La occupies a cozy space on picturesque Garth Road in Scarsdale (near Patisserie Lulu, for when your shop-a-thon starts to run out of steam and you require a little sugar rush). The Aokis specialize in one-of-a-kind and limited-run gifts by artists whose works you won't find in big department stores. Everything here deserves a close look. The colorful purses in the corner? They're actually made out of assorted candy wrappers by artists in Mexico. The intricate earrings hanging on the wall? A creation made from recycled wristwatch hands and gears. The colorful rocks on the table? They're not rocks at all, but soaps made to look like natural mineral formations. 'We try to run the gamut,' says Terrie. On the higher end, you can find African-inspired lacquered trays, garnet and tourmaline jewelry, perfume bottles and goblets, snuggly handmade quilts, and crystal-clear sea glass tableware in a rainbow of hues.