Composed of seven-thread knit 100% Sopravisso Loro Piana virgin wool, this limited edition winter sweater—from a first-of-its-kind capsule collection at French active-tailoring atelier éclectic—maintains warmth but thermoregulates when necessary. Comfy, dense and dynamic, the turtleneck comes in a tailored fit with reinforced rib-cuffs.
Tom of Finland’s playful, erotic and celebratory illustrations of handsome gentlemen grace the pages of this 2021 calendar. Whether dressed as cowboys, clad in leather or entirely naked, each character exudes self-assurance and sensuality, and the scenes range from suggestive to salacious.
From Dallas, Texas-based Slice of Life Gardens, the Indoor Microgreens Garden Box allows you to select two sets of non-GMO heirloom seeds (from broccoli, red acre cabbage and purple kohlrabi options)—which arrive with a compostable grow tray, cover card, coconut coir soil pack and self-care cards (for a bit of extra personal positivity). All one needs is water and light to bring these greens to life.
Best known for printing high-resolution images on the highest quality natural Italian silks, Slow Factory blends old-world luxury with new technology. Each collection they release explores stories about human rights and environmental awareness and everything the brand makes is fair trade. We’ve been fans of the label for some time, and were naturally excited to work with them for CH Omakase. The “Moon Selfie” image from the NASA archive speaks to our obsession with capturing ourselves in the moment. Hand-screened on Italian silk, this bandana (15 by 15 inches) was made in an edition of 48 especially for Omakase.
From future-forward, fashion-defining and inclusive bodywear brand Chromat, the one-piece Quartz Suit in rose-colored velvet and lycra imparts glamour to anyone wearing it poolside (or in the water). Ethically crafted from luscious Italian-made velvet in Sofia, Bulgaria, the swimsuit (which links a triangle top with a high-cut bottom) runs from sizes XS to XXL.
Bushwick’s smallshop—a queer-owned, “gentle space” for tattooing—has a few pieces of merchandise available for those who can’t travel to Brooklyn for tattoos right now. This long-sleeve T-shirt, made for all genders, comes in size small to 5XL, and features the shop’s information. It’s made from 100% cotton.
Recreation Center is Brooklyn-based artist Josephine Noel’s ceramic practice. Under that moniker, Noel produces an array of playful objects with speckled patterns and vibrant splashes of color. This Daisy Hook—available in blue, pink, sage, speckle or yellow—is shaped like the cheerful flower, features two holes for securing it to a wall and a hook to hang light objects on.
With they/them, ze/zir, she/her and he/him options, Gamut has made preferred pronoun pins that look more sophisticated than many we’ve seen. These black and gold pins politely request which pronouns the wearer identifies as, and $1 from each purchase is donated to Camp Aranu’tiq, which is a not-for-profit organization that transgender, gender-nonconforming and gender-variant kids and their families through camp experiences.
From Fluide—a Brooklyn-based brand that makes vegan, cruelty-free and paraben-free beauty products for people of all genders and skin shades—this lip gloss creates a high-shine look that can be applied to natural lips or over layered colors. With vitamin E and jojoba oil, it traps in moisture to keep lips nourished and supple.
Santa Monica-based bakery Broadway Baker offers dozens of sweet treats for delivery or pick-up. And while there are plenty of one-time purchases to choose from, it’s the shop’s Cookie of the Month Club that’s perhaps most rewarding. Each month, subscribers will receive 12 cookies or 16 “‘Lil Bites,” including plenty of off-menu items. There is a wheat-free iteration available, but for all other allergies, you’re advised to check the ingredients listings. Typically, one-off orders can be picked up 24 hours after placing them. Monthly deliveries are subject to changes month-to-month.
One of queer-owned, NYC-based fine jewelry designer Automic Gold’s various chain rings, the two-millimeter Butch Ring is available in reclaimed, SCS-certified 14k gold in rose, white or yellow. Made in numerous sizes (from two to 17), each ring is crafted in midtown Manhattan and ships for free.
LA-based label No Sesso—meaning “no sex / no gender” in Italian—exists at the crux of fashion, art, culture and design, while challenging the traditional notions of each. Founded by Pierre Davis, the brand’s signature pieces include hand-embroidery and made-to-order knits. This hoodie (one of their more conventional offerings), intended for all genders and identities, has been embroidered with a swirly No Sesso logo on the front and the “Acid Smiley” on the sleeve.
Latinx- and Black-owned CBD brand Xula produces a tincture meant to provide a sense of focus and relaxation all at once. Aptly called Ah!, the blend aids in bodily relaxation through a careful concoction of herbs, hemp, oils, and dried flowers. There’s 1000mg of CBD and 150mg of CBG present in the entire bottle, and doses includes 33mg and 5mg of each, respectively. Together, they tackle anxiety and muscle tension, while coconut-derived MCT oil helps with clarity. All of the included ingredients can also be studied in Xula’s ever-growing herbal index, a hub for medicinal research. To use, simply ingest half a dropper one to three times daily.
All through December, Cartography (a jewelry brand helmed by Mark Armstrong Peddigrew) will be donating 25% of proceeds from sales to Rainbow Railroad, an organization that helps LGBTQ individuals who are facing discrimination and violence in their home countries. With various pieces available for all genders, Cartography’s “grace” necklace is particularly appealing. Featuring a bulbous half-inch brass mushroom pendant on 24-inch silver chain, it’s a sweet ode to nature—and psilocybin.
Anal sex requires more preparation than many other intimate acts, so proctologist Dr Goldstein created Future Method to educate in order to create confidence in those keen to explore and participate. The brand’s Intimate Wash is gentle, pH-balanced, and hydrates and moisturizes as it cleanses. It will leave you feeling fresh and prepared. Discretion is assured throughout the purchasing and delivery process. The starter kit includes two pouches of Intimate Wash and a reusable bulb.
Helmed by MI Leggett—an NYC-based, non-binary artist—Official Rebrand exists at the crux of art, fashion and sustainability. Leggett creates new garments, accessories and sculptures from unwanted and discarded materials. Super-practical and visually appealing, their face masks come in various iterations. Some have elastic loops, while others incorporate long ties; but all come with a bendable nose wire for a snug and comfortable fit. Inside, there’s a pocket for filters. Each mask is made from 100% cotton and sewn with polyester thread, and while the fabrics have been washed, it’s suggested to wash them again before use. (Be sure to check out Official Rebrand’s “angels have no gender but lots of sex” T-shirts and tanks.)