Make like Doctor Zhivago with a fox-fur trapper hat ($295) from Four Seasons Furs.
With warming organic oils derived from clove, ginger, black spruce and Douglas fir trees, the Winter Facial ($99) at Pure + Simple nourishes and protects skin from the elements.The Spice Trader heats things up in the kitchen. Ras El Hanout ($10.75) is the store’s heady custom blend of 22 Moroccan spices.
At the Canadian outpost of Truefitt & Hill guys get groomed with a traditional hot lather shave ($40).Rocco P.’s army-green calf-leather boots ($1,050) from George C heat up any mid-winter look.
Specially woven to retain maximum warmth, the cream and striped organic merino wool throw ($595) from Roots, is perfect for cuddling up.
Australian ginger, orange peel, vanilla and even chili pepper are used to create the gourmet Mayan hot chocolate ($3.75) at Soma.As luxurious as its vivid textiles, Missoni’s scented candle ($204) warms up the home; available at Holt Renfrew.
At the ritzy Yorkville Club (87 Avenue Rd., 416-961-8400), you can drop in for a hot yoga class ($16) and work up a sweat—no membership required.—Michelle Villett