As much a design item as a fully effective pipe, Haciendaware’s ceramic pipe features a soothing pastel ombre effect in satin glaze. Each stoneware item has been handmade in LA and cites the city’s smog-enhanced sunsets as an inspiration source. Altogether, it’s smooth to the touch, easy on the eyes and works like a dream.
More than a cute accessory, this mini vintage clothespin necklace is also a useful tool. The 14K gold-plated piece is spring loaded and fully functional, meaning it can keep things in place and double as a roach clip. Attached to an 18-inch chain, the clip measures one-inch-long and is handmade in Erica Weiner’s Brooklyn studio.
For anyone familiar with Japanese pleasure toy design company Tenga’s products, the Deep Throat Vacuum Cup is even more enjoyable than their well-known eggs. The hourglass shape (with central squeeze zone) works in tune with the pre-lubricated suction, making it easy to use as well as stimulating. Incorporating the famed pop artist’s designs further demonstrates Tenga’s commitments to all details of their products.
The kind of lingerie you really want people to see, For Love and Lemons’ Iris Illusion bra top (available in black or orchid pink) offers full coverage and thick shoulder straps; the exposed underwire and modern cut-out is a super-sexy, structural look—making lacier alternatives just feel outdated in comparison. Made from soft Lycra with contrasting velvet trim, it’s comfortable and functional—not just seductive.
For a safe and pleasurable way to toy with control in the bedroom, these leather handcuffs make for something both beautiful and comfortable. Fastened with a side buckle but bound by a double snap hook to D-rings, the cuffs are more about play than power—and all of it is handmade in Italy.
This is the same PAX premium vaporizer that we’ve come to know and love, but in limited edition, super-luxe gold form. The ultimate compact vaporizer, PAX offers clean vapor and (because it doesn’t heat to combustion) there is no smoke—therefore no secondhand smoke for your fellow humans to deal with. The already sound design has been jazzed up with this metallic hue, but the brushed texture means it avoids becoming too flashy.
Meant to stimulate the frenulum, on the underside of the shaft, Pulse by Hot Octopuss offers up high-amplitude oscillations that cause an expansive tingle. The silicon wings expand for all sizes and keep things comfortable throughout. And while it works for solo play, the positioning of the pulse makes for a nice couple’s vibrator for shared experiences—all while hands-free.
Bottlers of everyday wellness, Urban Moonshine makes organic digestive bitters and herbal tonics using ingredients from local, small farms. One of their more interesting offerings is a Chocolate Love Tonic, for those who might want a healthy libido boost. Raw honey, organic fair-trade cacao, damiana leaf, maca root and more work together to improve blood flow and circulatory stimulation. Take a teaspoon before a scheduled Netflix and chill session or just guzzle the delicious drink and enjoy the health benefits (and yourself).
Melbourne-based Unempire has plenty of salty and subversive sock designs in their collection, but nothing is quite as bold as their “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” lapel pin. Depicting a perfectly manicured hand clutching a vibrator, the pin is made from enamel, metal and plenty of sass.
Handmade to order in Berlin, Fräulein Kink’s subtle but sexy Justine blindfold comes with gold or silver accents and works with more than just your sight—the soft fringing also awakens your sense of touch. With black velvet trim, a satin ribbon tie closure and the brand’s engraved heart logo, it can also be styled as a hair accessory if you’re feeling bashful.
Made from all-natural ingredients like beeswax, soybean oil and coconut oil, these massage oil candles by Emily & Tony nourish the skin while stimulating the senses. Available in Fougere, Cream de Vanilla and Coco, the France-made candles set the mood with their addicting aromas, and the spout makes them easy to pour. If you cant choose between the three, the Mnage Trois gift set allows you to mix and match.
With three different settings, the Eva vibrator from women-led company Dame is powerfully buzzy considering its size. But what makes it stand out from other offerings are its two flexible wings, which tuck under the labia majora for hands-free clitoral stimulation. The Eva was designed (by women) to be used during intercourse, but can definitely be used for solo sessions, too.
Sometimes a little bit of fire goes a long way. This much can be said of the “Don’t Stop” sandalwood vanilla massage candle, which, when lit pours off rich, scented oil. The warm liquid has been infused with Shea butter, vitamins and rich botanicals that moisturize, stimulate and soften the skin. The package comes complete with a porcelain coaster for resting the candle on for safety.
Inspired by the unique genre of Japanese “pink films,” Fleur du Mal has updated one of Japan’s most traditional outfits for super-comfy lounging. Their 100% silk Haori Kimono bears peachy chrysanthemum flowers amidst a rich teal background, and features a waist sash, wide sleeves and a mid-thigh length.
Made from crystals that are shaped and polished by hand without chemicals or dyes at select lapidaries, Chakrubs’ all-natural sex toys promote wellness as well as pleasure. The Yin Yang set—made from black onyx and white jade—supposedly help filter unwanted distractions, increase emotional stability, encourage self-realization and more. And you’ll never have to hurriedly throw them in a drawer when guests come over: for those not in the know, Chakrubs double as beautiful art objects.
Handmade in Seattle by silversmith Shelli Markee, the Naked Wire People Bookmark can be used to hold your spot in your current book but is also a miniature work of wire art. Each bookmark is a one-of-a-kind item, complete with private parts.