Boasting all the benefits of a heavy cast iron pan, while being small enough to manage easily, Field Company’s #4 Skillet has a cooking surface that measures just under six inches and weighs under two pounds. Naturally non-stick, the pan comes pre-seasoned and can be used on gas, electric or induction stoves, on outdoor grills and live fires, or in the oven. Also available in larger sizes, the #4 is ideal for a steak or a couple eggs.
Playfully asymmetrical, these PLIE earrings are handmade in Seattle by Faris. Available in bronze (with lapis, jade and pearl) or sterling silver (with red glass, pineapple jasper and pearl), they will naturally oxidize over time, but can be polished up to their shiniest state easily. Designed by Faris Du Graf, they are sculptural and bold, while remaining sleek and elegant.
Featuring a design by Guadalajara-based artist Daniel Barreto, Slowdown Studio’s 100% cotton Spencer Throw measures out to 54 by 70 inches—meaning it’s big enough for a couch or bed, or as a wall-hanging. Featuring Barreto’s wavy, organic plants, the blanket’s palette is subtle but with pops of jewel tones. Spun and woven in the USA, it’s manufactured from yarn made from 70% recycled cotton.
Topo Designs and New Balance’s just-released collaboration collection is made up of sneakers, a backpack and a crossbody bag. The Rover Pack features a flap closure, two exterior zippered pockets (plus two on the sides), and contrasting shoulder and tightening straps—in desert brown and bright red, respectively. Inside there’s a large main compartment and a laptop sleeve. While Topo’s signature retro-styled tag remains, there’s also space for New Balance’s logo. Though it’s not a technical backpack, there’s no shortage of details at play—from the suede panels to clever use of space.
Dedicated to LA and made in the city’s Los Feliz neighborhood, Thin Wild Mercury’s scents range from botanical and subdued to rich and robust, with Whisky 1969 leaning toward the latter. “An ode to the sweaty, smoky, iconic rock club on Sunset Blvd,” the fragrance boasts notes of raspberry jam, cardamom, and ylang ylang—with a resinous, smoky tinge that remains on the skin. Whisky 1969 certainly resides on the darker side, but its complexity and warmth develops as its worn. The fragrance comes in a 50ml spray bottle.
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.
Designed, manufactured and assembled by Grovemade in Portland, OR, this pen and stand set reflect four years of refined developments. The pen, precision machined from solid brass and later hand-polished, will adopt a distinct patina over time. Inside, high-quality Schmidt P8126 rollerball inserts can be replaced when used up. The accompanying stand pairs brass with an elegant, substantial American Black Walnut wood. It’s sturdy and fits the pen even when the point has not been retracted.
New Paltz, New York’s Coppersea Distillery is a founding member of the Empire Rye consortium—a coalition that designates whiskies and distilleries as being of and interested in elevating a given appellation and area. This rye malt whisky, named after a peak overlooking their farm, is the distillery’s first Empire Rye expression. It’s made from 100% Hudson Valley rye, “sourced directly from its own and neighboring farms in the Valley,” and boasts notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and pepper.
Released as part of Only NY and the MTA’s collaborative collection, the beach T-shirt promotes one of the city’s most underrated treats: accessibility to dozens of delightful beaches by subway or bus. Made in the US from 100% 6.5 oz ring-spun cotton, the message it carries is simple: “Take the Train to the Beach.”
Made from ingredients that are entirely biodegradable—and sustainably and ethically harvested and produced—Bathing Culture’s soap is kind to both the planet and skin. Crafted using saponified organic coconut, olive and sunflower oils, citric acid, aloe vera and shea butter, it’s rich and nourishing and lathers up beautifully. Thanks to essential oils (all wild-harvested and organic) it smells fresh and a little citrusy. The bottle itself is made from 100% recycled materials that were collected from curbs throughout California.
Measuring just under three meters long, Map of Days and Shinola’s leather-wrapped chain bike lock is stylish and protective. The Horween Essex leather shields the heavy-duty chain within, and protects a bike’s paint job in the process. Further, the hefty, almost industrial-sized padlock is an upgrade for both safety and aesthetic purposes.
With features found on the original 3 Day Assault backpack, Mystery Ranch’s updated iteration is the pared-back 2 Day Assault. Better suited for daily use as a commuter or carry-all, this backpack features the brand’s signature three-zipper opening at the front, offering quick and easy access. Inside there’s the main compartment, a “floating” padded sleeve and an additional sleeve pocket—so all your documents, laptops and tablets will remain protected. With a removable waist-belt and compression straps, it’s fully equipped for comfort and efficiency. Additionally, it’s made from hard-wearing 500D Cordura (in four colorways) and in two sizes.
Officially available 11 July, Raleigh Bicycles and Jeff Staple collaborate on an urban commuter bike with ingenious details—from the bare frame (that can accommodate rack and fender mounts) to the textured grip on the most common carrying points. With brightly colored rim walls and a “pigeon poop” motif on the seat—a nod to both the urban jungle and Staple’s synonymous logo—it’s good-looking, yet still a workhorse.
Hewn from Eastern Hardrock maple, aluminum and natural cork, Grovemade’s measuring set features a ruler, protractor and triangle. Beautifully crafted, weighty and built to last, these tools are a sophisticated take on more common, flimsy iterations. Because of the aluminum base on each, all of your lines will be flush to whatever surface you’re working on.
Constructed from 100% organic cotton, Taylor Stitch’s Long Haul Jacket, in their “’68 24 Month Wash,” is an homage to traditional denim—but is made using more eco-friendly processes. Working with Isko Mills, the brand was able to develop denim that is significantly less harmful and much more sustainable—all at a price that’s reasonable. The jacket a soft, worn texture and plenty of practical features like custom cotton map lining, embossed leather interior pocket and more.
EVERYBODY.WORLD’s Trash Tee is made from first-of-its-kind 100% recycled cotton. That means discarded and wasted fibers from yarn factories in the US are collected and reworked into new yarn. Then it’s knitted, cut, sewn and dyed in Los Angeles by employees who are earning fair wages. The Trash Tee comes in three shapes (Classic, Boxy or Tailored) and seven colorways. Each cut is available from XS to XXL.