Julbo Reissues Their Timeless Vermont Classic
French eyewear company Julbo began making protective glasses for the crystal-hunters of Chamonix back in 1888 and in 1950 released classic mountaineering glasses, The Vermont. The latter were worn by mountaineers and rockstars at the beginning...
St Louis Sunglasses
KREWE du Optic makes specs and sunglasses inspired by founder Stirling Barrett's passion for his hometown of New Orleans. Our pick from the brand for this winter is the new colorway for the St Louis: Blue Steel to Burgundy. Handmade with Italian acetate...
Glass French Press
Taking a classic design and adding beautiful contemporary flair, Saint Augustine, FL-based Yield's Glass French Press is made from premium heat-proof borosilicate glass, so it can withstand super-high temperatures. Available in gray, orange or clear...
Etro + Marchon Eyewear
Whether it's the low-set winter sun or the tropical brightness of a holiday escape, there's a need for sunglasses in all seasons. The latest collection designed by Italian heritage brand Etro, and constructed by the eyewear experts at Marchon...
The Black Box
Limited to 50 special edition kits, North Drinkware and The James Brand's The Black Box unites a custom product from both Portland-based makers, packaged in a laser-etched, black-stained wooden box. From CH favorite North, two of their signature eight...
London Design Festival 2016: "Breathless" at Brompton Design District
With a theme of transformation guiding all the works within the Brompton Design District at this year's London Design Festival, the Czech Centre London set to construct an application of this theme upon our understanding of glassblowing. The resulting...
Timo Weiland's CFDA Retail Lab at Cadillac House
Back during New York Fashion Week: Men's, consistently hot brand Timo Weiland made their men's spring/summer 2017 pieces available immediately post-runway show. And they did so at NYC's new Cadillac House, right where the runway show took place...
LensCrafters’ New Clarifye Eye Exam
Getting your eyes examined ranks up there with having your teeth cleaned—it’s not fun, it’s easy to put off, yet both are incredibly important for your health. LensCrafters has spent the last five years working on Clarifye, their impressive new proprietary...
Spill-Proof Spinning Wine Glasses
For those among us who are klutzy, prone to having one-too-many wines or own white furniture, Aura Glass' new endeavor might be a saving grace from teetering stemware. Currently funding on Kickstarter, their new spill-proof wine glasses roll around...
Leafy Rainbow Bowl
Inspired by Rococo decorative arts and nature, with a wildly psychedelic slant, Australian artist Kate Rohde's Leafy Bowls are unique and awe-inspiring. Made in all kinds of colorways, from food-safe resin, her dishes can be used as fruit bowls, vases...
Pitcher + Glass
Measuring 11.5 inches tall, this glass pitcher (and glass) is perfect for a solo backyard sunbathe or to share lemonade with pals. Gently ridged for easy handling, it's a rich ombre blue that will have you dreaming of sunshine and Santorini—even if...
Anne et Valentin
For those who wear glasses daily, finding that signature pair to complement your personality and energy can be a weary search. Independent French eyewear brand Anne et Valentin—still led by Anne herself—creates eclectic, conversation-starting frames...
Le Mary Celeste
Day or night, any time of the year, the large bay windows (surrounding a fairly nondescript door) offer the Marais' Le Mary Celeste a bright breathability. Owned by the team behind Candelaria and Glass, this oyster bar stays open late and features...
New Orleans-Inspired: KREWE du Optic Eyewear
Part entrepreneurial endeavor, part love letter to his hometown, Stirling Barrett's KREWE du Optic was founded three years ago in New Orleans, after Barrett's time away from home for art school refueled his love of the city's uniqueness. He tells...
North Drinkware's California Half Dome Pint Glass
A little over a year since their wildly successful Kickstarter campaign for a Mt Hood Pint Glass captured 5,620 backers' attention, Oregon-based glassware company North Drinkware returns with a brand new product: the California Half Dome Pint Glass...
Mido Eyewear Show 2016
While you might not have heard of it, Italy's Mido Eyewear Show is the leading event for eyewear professionals. It's an exhibition during which major international brands present their new styles and innovations for prescription specs and sunglasses...
Interview: Tom Dixon
In the bustle of his SoHo, NYC showroom, among geometric homewares and personality-packed light fixtures, we sat down with the affable visionary Tom Dixon to talk about the future. The designer was present to preview his Spring 2016 collection—an array...
Traam Vase
Belgian-born, Czech Republic-based designer Anna Torfs consistently make stunning glassware pieces that will be the envy of anybody who catches a glimpse. The Traam Vase is a certain favorite—it's bold and dynamic, and changes along with the lighting...
Papa Pipe
Made from durable borosilicate, the Papa Pipe from Purr Glass promises to deliver deep, billowing puffs for years to come. The seven-inch-tall pipe features a slitted showerhead percolator, deep push bowl design, left carb hole and a fixed stem, packing...
Life Measured Pitcher
Brooklyn-based industrial design studio Visibility and food design publication MOLD have collaborated on a borosilicate glass pitcher that's more than just pretty to look at. Whether using it as a wine carafe, a mixing bowl or something else altogether...
Amy Winehouse Glasses
Inspired by the late singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse, Chilli Beans exclusive licensed collection pays homage to her style with cat-eye glasses that blend the classic '50s shape with modern twists. Made from premium acetate, the glasses come in three...
Grey Spike Bowl
These sculptural glass bowls—propped on three small legs—are created by Beacon, NY-based design studio Hudson Beach Glass. With a range of sizes in striking smokey grey, there's a bowl for every occasion.
Vise Light
New York-based lighting designer Bec Brittain plays with unexpected colors and materials for brazen sculptural fixtures that become the (literal) highlight of the spaces they inhabit. Her Vise light, named after the grip, has geometric "claws" that...
The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100
In 1915, the Coca-Cola Company distributed a brief to bottle makers across the US. The request was to craft a bottle so distinct that it could be recognized by hand in the dark—that its essence would remain visible even when shattered. Root Glass Company...
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