With a beautiful yet subtle scent, Aesop’s Reverence Aromatique Hand Balm offers heavy-duty moisturizing without making hands greasy. The fragrance is suitable for all genders; its earthy but citrus scent (we love the touch of vetiver) is gently refreshing. Packaged in a convenient tube for easy squeezing, it’s perfect for chilly winter winds, or as a pick-me-up during air travel.
This sophisticated case from hardgraft protects your iPad Pro in 100% hand-stained, vegetable-tanned Italian leather. Inside, your device is kept safe in a grey microsuede lining, and there’s also a handy Apple Pencil loop that doubles as a latch.
Embrace your inner Batman with this bat-shaped sleep mask. Made from 100% silk (perhaps more Bruce Wayne’s taste) it’s incredibly soft and comfortable on the eyes and set into place with an elastic band. The embroidered mask comes with a carry pouch—to keep it clean and safe—and will surely help your next snooze, whether at home or in transit.
Aptly named The Wanderer, this empty case is made to fill with the PHLUR scent you already own. Super-simple to use, simply pump the larger bottle into the travel-sized spray—no need to buy separate mini fragrances. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum, it’s super-sturdy and TSA-approved.
Traveling can leave skin dry, the body dehydrated and the mind a bit foggy. But, Ursa Major’s 4-in-1 face tonic battles all three, with a couple quick spritzes. The multi-purpose product cleanses, exfoliates, moisturizers and soothes. With notes of lavender, fir and orange, this spray will awaken the eyes, sooth the skin and reset the mind.
This sleep time product is a tale of two cities: produced by The Glad Hours, the silk pajama-makers based in LA, and stocked at the one-floor Austin Motel. The blood red fingernails on this silk eye mask match the red-orange vinyl cushion bed-frames and lip-shaped bedside phones—and signal the wrath to come of whoever disturbs thy beauty sleep. It’s a hotel-level amenity worth bringing home.
Using your smartphone while riding a bicycle is difficult and dangerous, but SmartHalo is a bike accessory that allows for smartphone-level navigation, fitness-tracking and messaging—with added anti-theft features and an LED light for nighttime riding. The system is small enough to attach to the center of a bike’s handlebars, and it comes with a unique key so riders can leave it attached without worrying about it going anywhere—and it can stay there for three weeks on a full charge.
TUMI’s new Hagen Backpack is part of their collection of products whose exterior is made from recycled nylon scraps and lining from recycled water bottles—all the while maintaining the brand’s high standards. With a padded laptop sleeve, dual-access waterproof bottle pocket, key leash and an external loop designed for attaching this bag to the handle of a suitcase, the Hagen is a functional product for those on the move. Thanks to its classic shape and colorway, it’s also timeless. Plus, the brand offers free monogramming customization options.
This 13-inch postal case from Human Made is just the right size for a laptop or some valuables you’d rather not misplace—a phone, passport, wallet or a tablet. Though it looks like a standard-issue postal envelope, this one is made from 100% polyester, has a velcro seal and a bright orange padded interior. Price is in Japanese Yen.
Master & Dynamic has released the MW07—their iteration of compact, case-carry bluetooth earphones. The brand has made—and perfected—over-ear and standalone headphones, but this is their foray into the growing wireless earbud market. The technical specs in these tiny devices are inexplicably good—making them some of the best sounding in-ear speakers out there. 10mm Beryllium drivers deliver rich, deep sound to listeners and the handcrafted acetate looks great. They’re packed away, when not in use, in a stainless steel case that also acts as its charger. And no worries about either of them falling out of the ear—the wide range of bulbs and “fit wings” lets you customize the size to your liking.
Starting at $50, Mr and Mrs Smith’s “Get a Room!” gift cards can be used at any Smith hotel. From Patagonia to Siem Reap, Karnataka to Fiji and beyond, there are 1105 hotels to choose from—each as appealing as the last. Choose from limited edition designs on the front, and add your own personal message inside to help somebody get a little closer to their dream vacation.
The vintage-inspired plaid of this MadeMe shopper is juxtaposed by a practical PVC outer than renders the bag water-resistant. The versatility continues through to its straps; two carrying straps make it a duffle, while a longer one makes it a cross-body or shoulder bag.
To ease the jitters that come with flying, Aesop developed a pulse-point potion (with ginger root, lavender and geranium) that rolls on. The Ginger Flight Therapy is to be rolled directly onto the neck, temples, wrist and abdomen during times of stress or nausea. Its aroma and calming, herbal qualities will ease.
After releasing all-black and rose-colored brushes, Goby has just introduced an all-white (referred to as “Glacier White”) edition. The brush will come with all the same features: long-lasting battery, session timer, speed variations, and lifetime guarantee.
With warmer weather, mosquitoes and other insects begin their annual annoyance, but Apothecanna’s natural spray tackles it two-fold, it both repels bugs and relieves the itching associated with bites. Made with citronella (which is a repellent and antiseptic), eucalyptus, tea tree and peppermint oils, the potion also smells lovely (citrusy and woodsy), unlike most insect repellents on the market. Best yet, it can be sprayed all over—from face to feet—and it won’t stain clothes.
Complete with modular accessories that instantly lock into place thanks to nifty magnetic hardware, Black Ember’s CITADEL modular backpack can be customized to suit all your adventures. There are pouches, a range of straps, and a contoured back panel that sits carefully on the back to maintain comfort, no matter how much is jammed inside. Plus, its proprietary laser-cut and bonded construction means that everything remains bone dry, even after a downpour.