Crafted using materials from New York (and manufactured there too) Best Made Company’s Nor’easter Sweater is made from burly, dye-free wool. This one in particular, in a unique shade, is made from a yarn that combines brown Corriedale and dark brown Romney sheep’s wool. By partnering with Battenkill Fibers and New York Textile Lab, Best Made ensures that the product is delicately crafted and cared for in every step of the process.
An instant classic, MoMA and Champion’s collaboration sweatshirt debuted for the museum’s Is Fashion Modern? exhibition and remains a playful take on the classic, collegiate style crewneck. With MoMA’s logo appliquéd on the front, the sweatshirt is made from a cotton blend and available in size small through XL. Art fans, represent.
Crafted from raw chipboard, maple wood, brass and grosgrain ribbon, TAIT Design Co’s Perpetual Calendar is forever. By using a rotating month and day dial, this calendar can be used every year. Its minimalist, vintage-inflected design is unobtrusive, making it a formidable option for any studio or workspace.
Part of beloved California studio Heath Ceramics’ limited edition winter series, this stunning vessel has been “dipped and flipped” many times to create unique colors and lines—rendering each one unlike any other. Standing at nine inches high, it features their new “Basin” glaze, crafted trough a proprietary technique.
Packed inside this “Amish Popcorn Library” are 12 separately packaged varietals of corn grown in Indiana’s Amish country. Each four ounce bag is one serving—enough for a few light snackers or one hungry human. They’re non-GMO, tender and colorful alternatives to the industrialized kernels inside supermarket bags. And, you’re purchasing directly from a family farm when you buy a box—Brian Lehman’s to be exact.
Anson Calder’s leather wallet—in FSHD Orange—is manufactured in Los Angeles from French leather with function and feel in mind. The cut-out slot allows for the shuffling of the contents without full removal—an issue that plagues many card wallets. The leather is high-quality, the design is thoughtful, and a portion of every Anson Calder purchase goes to the FSH Society.
In the style of that classic IBM logo (designed by Paul Rand), this T-shirt by United Páradisô is emblazoned with the word “immigrant”—for good reason. With all proceeds from sales going to the ACLU, the brand is committed to bringing awareness and empathy to the plight of immigrants, refugees and displaced people in the United States. Available in small to XL, for all genders.
These bowls from BTW Ceramics are a deco-inspired upgrade for your furry friend. With a speckled pattern on a soft blush hue and high-gloss finish, they’re not an eyesore on the floor. Available in two sizes, each one is hand-thrown and hand-painted, meaning no two are ever the same.
Made from high-quality vegetable-tanned leather, Lotuff’s Day Tote is a versatile bag that’s both roomy and unassuming. While it’s certainly luxurious, it’s also durable—with a YKK Excella zipper, brass hardware and double-stitched nesting handles. With an additional, removable shoulder strap, it’s versatile but ultimately timeless.
Tucked inside a Haven’s Kitchen Tote Bag are the essentials for a delicious breakfast—ingredients for buckwheat pancakes to be topped with the Amber Syrup from Frontier Maple Sugarworks, plus La Colombe Coffee and Haven’s homemade granola mix. Not only will your breakfast taste great, the fragrance in the kitchen promises to be irresistible.
Made by LA-based JFM, this canister is crafted from solid brass and‚ thanks to its knurled texture, can also be used to strike the matches within. The brass will change over time and with use, gaining extra charm and looking more like an antique.
This Workaday hand-built clock—which stands on its own or can be mounted to the wall—features a matte finish and swirling pools of marbled underglaze. The number-less face and the piece’s dreaminess make this a welcome addition to any shelf, art-adorned wall or bedside table. And, since you can’t tell the exact time on this one, only estimate, it’s the perfect way to watch time tick by—while reading, lounging or listening.
An ideal size for a few stems, each speckled vase by O-M Ceramic is unique—made by hand and meticulously so. With just enough color, the playful design also feels a little DIY. Thanks to a gloss glaze and underglaze, it’s safe to fill up with water.
With hard purple enamel and gold plating, this tribute pin for the iconic musical mastermind Prince carries plenty of personality with a luxe edge—much like the man himself. Music fans have long sported pins and patches to show their dedication to the ones they love, but with Prince’s passing this year it’s never been more emotional to celebrate his immense contribution. This made-in-the-USA item affixes itself by way of posts with rubber pin backs.
Bre & Co’s Origami Sake Set is comprised of 3D-printed ceramic pieces that are hand-finished with a richly saturated, lead-free, dinnerware-safe glaze. The hexagonal shape allows the three cups and bottle—which holds 150 ml of sake—to fit together for easy storage.
Truly masterful with a bit of steel, Thomas Callahan’s skills and areas of interest often extend beyond the realm of building custom bicycles. Such is the case with this gorgeous polka dot naval knife, designed with a seafarer in mind (or perhaps Yayoi Kusama). The stainless steel blade is constructed with a unique carbon fiber inlay that reduces the handle weight by about four grams.