Google Chromebook

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

Much to the joy of Android users and Google lovers everywhere, Google announced their Chromebook this week. The laptop lives completely in the cloud without applications, desktop, or any other nonsense—just direct access to the web.

CH Edition: Maharam

Colorful scrunchies reinvented in Maharam fabric by a crafty Ohio mom

Last but not least in our series of limited-edition collaborations, the Maharam and Cool Hunting hair scrunchie (or Ma-hair-am Scrunchie, as we like to call it) is the upshot of a typical late night at the office when we were sourcing the items for our pop up shop with the Gap. When CH editor Ami Kealoha whipped out a scrunchie to keep her hair back, …

CH Edition: Zillion

Vintage kimono-wrapped skateboards

Tokyo-based label Zillion is the brainchild of French fabric enthusiast David Guarino, who began collecting Indian and Nepalese textiles nearly two decades ago. When his family moved to Japan, Guarino began sourcing old-school kimono cloth to use for caps, one of his favorite accessories. His fascination with applying kimono fabric to unconventional items led to an exceptional collection of hoodies, shoelaces, belts and more—and now …