The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Reimagined

Illustrated by Olimpia Zagnoli, a new and bold interpretation of the classic story

One of the world’s best-known stories, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” was published way back in 1900 by L. Frank Baum (who went on to write 13 more Oz books) and it’s remained a favorite for both children and adults—thanks in large part to the 1939 musical-style film starring Judy Garland—ever since. While the original books were beautifully illustrated (by William Wallace Denslow and then …

State of Folly Three-Way Bag

With their convertible clutch, the Melbourne-based label delivers function without sacrificing aesthetics

Carrying a clutch looks great, but once you need to use both your hands—whether for holding snacks, riding a bike or throwing shapes on the dance floor—the accessory can be a hinderance. Enter the State of Folly three-way bag, which transforms from a clutch to a shoulder bag to a backpack—all by switching around its adjustable and detachable strap. Unlike so many functional and convertible …

Mansi Shah Printed Scarves

Inspirited silk accessories meticulously designed in NYC

Eponymous design studio Mansi Shah prides itself on creating signature prints and products. Each bright and bold print made in the Chinatown space is conceived by Shah in NYC, though she taps an “informal” team of freelancers and friends to work as consultants for the studio. Shah studied at CalArts‘ graphic design program, where she says she was always encouraged to experiment. “We were constantly …