Whether you're in the market for a hollowed-out half dollar, a megaphone-shaped iPhone speaker, a "living necklace," or a silicone-filled ostrich egg (Father's Day gift alert!), the new Shop at Cooper-Hewitt has something for you. With its physical home in the throes of a $64 million renovation, the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum is expanding into new realms, including cyberspace. It's the digital world where the museum has relaunched its famously well-curated shop, overseen by newly appointed director of retail Robert Nachman. On offer are works by established and emerging designers that will surprise, delight and inspire. Plus, shop purchases are sales-tax exempt and all proceeds go to support the NYC-based museum's educational goals and mission.