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Katy Goutefangea
Tumbling Print Cushion
$90

The fine 3D geometric hand-printed pattern of the Tumbling Print Cushion by Easton London artist Katy Goutefangea is a great way to spruce up any space, be it the bedroom, living room or even at the office. Choose from vivid colorways in coral, grey or blue. Each machine-washable cover is silkscreened onto a heavy-weight cotton cover.

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Bluelounge
Universal Headphone Stand
$20

Take a quick glance at your desk and chances are your headphones are tossed on a pile of papers or books. To add some order to the office or studio space, tech accessories design studio Bluelounge has created a dedicated spot to hang your much-loved hi-fi headphones, no matter how bulky they might be. The cleanly designed Posto universal headphone stand uses micro-suction pads to stay put, and comes in white or black.

ABC Co-Create + Catellani & Smith
Cosmos Nebula Lamp
$900

Created by ABC Home with Enzo Catellani of innovative lighting company Catellani & Smith, the Cosmos Nebula Lamp emits a stunning, otherworldly glow inspired by the colors and light of the universe. Made in Bergamo, Italy, the dimmable light sits atop a brass base (which is 13.8 inches tall) and is a unique way to welcome guests into any room.

Many Peaks Assembly
The Summer Scarf
$235

Rose Megirian created her brand, Many Peaks Assembly, as a way to promote social change through art. Made in collaboration with Over / East, the Summer Scarf combines two bold, original designs on one large silk square. The made-in-Australia scarf can be worn to add a little something to just about any outfit, or hung on a wall as art.

Kimberly Yorio
The Joy of Writing a Great Cookbook
$17

The cookbook section in any bookstore is overflowing with options (many of which are questionable), but only a few become the worn, treasured versions that stay in the kitchen for years. The Joy of Writing a Great Cookbook can teach any food enthusiast to put together their own collection of recipes they can be proud of. In this guide, longtime publicist Kimberly Yorio of YC Media shares hard-learned lessons and truths from working with the most well-known names in the industry—superstars like Julia Child, Ina Garten, Emeril Lagasse and Jamie Oliver.

Stuntin
Don't Worry Baby Back Patch
$20

Toronto-based Stuntin's original patches and pins are weird, sassy and plain fun. Their huge Don’t Worry Baby back patch dresses up a plain old denim jacket with Death—looking very chill in sunglasses—and the reassuring message (and Beach Boys lyrics) "Don't worry baby, everything will be alright." Embroidery has never looked so badass.

From The Road
Yana Journey Scarf
$225

From the Road partners with craftspeople around the world to develop designs that bring traditional techniques, local materials and a modern perspective together. 40% of the retail price from the handwoven Yana Journey Scarf will go directly to the Nepalese artisans who make it, to help them rebuild and recover after the tragic April 2015 earthquake.

Studio Cheha
BULBING Galaxy Lamp
$123

Studio Cheha, a Tel Aviv-based design studio, brings two-dimensional planes to "light" with their optical illusion lamps—which were funded on Kickstarter. Their galaxy-themed BULBING lamp illuminates the room with a small scene from the night sky, featuring planets and stars. More perception-boggling designs will be hitting the MoMA Design Store this August.

Norm Architects for Menu
Fire Basket
$200

Instantly set the mood at summer parties—whether on the sandy beaches, a concrete driveway or lush backyard garden—with this minimalist fire basket by Norm Architects for Menu. Sturdy yet lightweight, this cleanly-designed portable structure beckons people to gather 'round the flames and chat until the embers fade and sun rises.

Boom-art
Flowers 1 Surfboard
$2,142

Boom-art brings late-17th and mid-18th century Dutch painter Jan van Huysum’s artwork to life with this floral surfboard, individually numbered and hand-crafted in France. Made of polyurethane foam covered in polyester resin, the surfboard is complete with fins, a special certificate of manufacture and a carrying case. It also boasts a wall-hook, just in case you want to display the famous floral paintings rather than ride them.

Bather Trunk Co.
Green Wave Surf Shorts
$70

The Bather Trunk Company may have been developed at the Lake Ontario beach in Toronto, Canada, but the company's product design takes heavy inspiration from streetwear. The Green Wave Surf shorts in forest green are a sleek take on classic swim trunks and are made from 100% quick-dry nylon—taking you from surf to turf in comfort.

New Albion Sports + Prize Pins
#1 Pin
$20

New Albion Sports has collaborated with NYC's Prize Pins and Yimmy Yayo to create a pin to help you get with the winning team. Silver metal and black enamel are shaped into this playful pin that mimics the foam finger, with just as much team spirit—but a less cumbersome size.

Lock & Co. Hatters
Lock & Co. Napoli Sisal Straw Hat
$350

James Lock & Co.—the world’s oldest hat shop—was founded in 1676 and is still located in London, England. The company’s central focus has always been high-quality materials and the best production possible. The brand's Napoli hat—a take on the Panama—is a sophisticated update on the classic design. This fine quality accessory boasts a fabric band and is woven with sisal straw.

No. 288
Mulberry High Top
$476

No. 288 shoes offer clean, sleek and modern takes on classic styles, with meticulous attention to construction. These off-white, made-in-the-USA Mulberry High Tops offer an update to the classic skate look, and are a guaranteed comfortable wear thanks to the soft, but durable, calf suede upper.

Sfoglini
Pasta of the Month
$75

Brooklyn-based Sfoglini's textured small-batch pasta, made from organic flours, transforms the traditional staple food into an extra special meal. Their inventive seasonal pastas often collaborate with local gardens and producers—like Bronx Brewery spent grain radiator-shaped pasta, everything bagel fusili, cuttlefish ink spaccatelli and mint cavatelli. Get a regular delivery of their classic and unique specialty pastas via Sfoglini's Pasta of the Month club—it makes a good gift for others, too.

Tanner Goods
Porter Handlebar Bag
$160

Whether you’re biking through city streets or in the countryside, the Porter Handlebar Bag by Tanner Goods is the perfect compact size to keep your necessities safe while you ride. With two double-ring leather straps, this waxed canvas handlebar bag has a minimalist design while still upholding the Tanner Goods promise of durability. The bag easily attaches to the handlebars of your bike, and zips closed to keep your items safe—and within your line of sight.

Soma + Intelligentsia
Coffee Kit
$69

Good coffee starts with good water, and a collaborative gift set from a heavyweight in each field promises to make your morning cup of joe taste even better. A handsome Chemex-like water filter carafe from Soma (a certified B corp that takes sustainability and social responsibility seriously) removes chlorine and purifies the water. From Intelligentsia comes a bag of Soma Blend coffee. Included is a customizable mug and a guide to brewing better coffee.

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