Should we or shouldn’t we buy holiday memorabilia on our travels? Some say, yes, it supports the local economy; others, no, there’s too much junk in the world already. Either way, travel spending is down. Or so claims US jeweller Tiffany & Co, which reported a three per cent drop in the value of its stock in June after poor sales it blamed on “dramatically lower spending attributed to foreign tourists”. Some say the rise of social media has undermined the need for been-there-done-that memorabilia. Unphased, Yellowdot Design of Hong Kong is determined to make us fall back in love with the physical objects “in an increasingly digitised world”. Its answer? Memento, a collection toasted at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan that includes the Bubbling Light Dome, an LED-lit, blown-glass dome to place your IRL finds in celebration of, well, keeping it real.