Jaki Coffey’s Skips

Add your own "garbage" to the miniature steel dumpsters in the Dublin designer's jewelry

Based in Dublin, Jaki Coffey is a designer who is drawn—you might say magnetized—to rubbish. It’s her muse, or as she puts it: “Lust in Found.” Basing her latest project “Skips” (on display last week at London’s New Designers show) more directly around the theme than previous pieces, she has managed to combine recycling, luxury and a detachable aesthetic. Made from powder-coated steel, the pieces …

BAMIN Bags

Colorful, customized bags across a range of styles

Cut by laser and handcrafted in NYC, BAMIN (Build and Make it Now) is no simple bag company. Falling under the “modular” category—whether you choose the Duffel, Overnight, Carryall or Briefcase variety, the end creation can be as unique as you are. Something that could be expected from folks who describe themselves as “Tumblr meets Prada meets Lego for fashion’s next generation.” Currently invite-only, BAMIN …

Fotobit

These Lego-like photo frames help to create a narrative with Instagram photos

Approximately 5.2 million Instagram photos are posted each day. Suffice it to say, a lot of great images are lost in the onslaught. Fotobit—which launches on Kickstarter today—is aiming to change that. At its simplest, Fotobit is a set of well-designed and finished 4″x4″ picture-frame; at its most creative, it is a modular photo memory system. The idea is simple: put a picture in the …