There are many milk alternatives, but Strive is the first of its kind. It uses lab-grown, animal-free whey, making it a real dairy beverage that’s void of cholesterol, soy, lactose and nuts. It looks, feels and tastes like animal milk and, most importantly, acts like it too—whether you’re whipping it or baking with it. Price reflects a pack of two.
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Handmade in Japan, VADA sunglasses are high-quality and sturdy with a distinctly jaunty look. Their Siren design features diamond-shaped lenses and are crafted from organic cellulose acetate. This material, along with the 18k gold-plated hardware, makes them feel anything but flimsy—though they are lightweight and comfortable to wear. Available as spectacles or sunglasses, Siren comes in various colorways from black onyx to bright green spearmint and candy pink Urchin (pictured here). With 100% UVA and UVB protection and an anti-reflective coating, they provide function and flair in equal parts.
Resin At The Disco’s vibrant, resin Lazy Susans began as an experiment (to turn a vinyl of Sylvester’s “You Make Me Feel” into a Lazy Susan) that became a real product. Featuring uneven edges and swirls of fuchsia, magenta, yellow and green, this handmade, one-of-a-kind platter makes for a mesmerizing centerpiece.
From plant-care brand Flourish comes an organic formula that aids in the early stages of vegetative growth. Derived from discarded corn steep liquor (made up of half water and half water-soluble proteins) and fish byproducts, the sustainable plant food utilizes a strategic composition of micro- and macro-nutrients to avoid over-fertilization and ensure happy, healthy plants.
Part cookbook and part archive, Menu Momento features food, drink and syrup recipes created at and served by Superior Merchandise Company, a home goods store and cafe in Upstate New York that is closing their brick and mortar location this spring. The spiral-bound book preserves the shop’s creative tastes while also honoring their work for the community.
Crafted using 30-40% recycled clay, the Uneru Pot from Ferm Living features a rough, unglazed exterior and an uneven rim that combine for a warm, organic style. Available in three colors (brown, white or gray) and in small or large, the pot is a charming vessel for all kinds of plants.
The Standard Hotel has teamed up with NYC-based design studio Jumbo for a collection of absurd pool toys shaped like pasta. Fully functional and ridiculous, the floats come in various iterations: rigatoni, tortellini, macaroni, ravioli and lasagna. Each inflatable toy even comes in packaging inspired by pasta boxes.
From Brooklyn-based Hayom, an organization blending the values of contemporary art and Judaica, comes a limited edition seder plate designed by acclaimed Irish artist and illustrator Oliver Jeffers. A seder plate is central to the feast at the start of the Passover, a celebration of freedom, family and shared stories. For Hayom’s version, Jeffers looked to an old Irish joke (“Are you a Catholic Jew or a Protestant Jew?”) for inspiration and his art depicts the special foods of Passover substituted with Irish equivalents. Each porcelain plate has been produced in the UK.
Cult-favorite Dutch brand Patta (founded in 2004 by Edson Sabajo and Guillaume “Gee” Schmidt) teamed up with Amsterdam-based graphic design studio Experimental Jetset for this bold umbrella. The black and white design—which has been silkscreened onto pongee fabric—was inspired by metropolitan maps and signage. With an easy-to-use push extension, the eight-spoke umbrella is eye-catching and utilitarian. Price is in Euros.
The cheekily named 101 Fornications Shirt from playful Paris-based Carne Bollente (helmed by Hijiri Endo, Théodore Famery and Agoston Palinko) continues the brand’s sex-positive manifesto. The green garment has been embroidered with figures reminiscent of Renaissance sculptures, lining up in somewhat provocative poses. Playful without being pornographic, it’s a lighthearted, eye-catching design. Made in Portugal from 97% cotton and 3% elastane, this garment is intended for all genders and is available in XS to XL.
Containing an exfoliating powder and turmeric, this two-in-one treatment from KORA is both a scrub and a mask that softens and brightens skin. The refreshing formulation includes aspen bark (a natural BHA), rosehip seeds (which is rich in antioxidants and helps to polish skin) and peppermint, together yielding a subtle aroma. Made with certified organic ingredients, the gentle formula feels luxurious to use and leaves skin feeling supple and nourished.
Appearing like molten lava that trapped gemstones within, the MENAGE Ring from Seattle-based jewelry brand FARIS (founded by Faris du Graf) is available in sterling silver or gold-plated iterations. The silver features citrine, topaz and a freshwater pearl, while the gold is adorned with garnet, citrine and a freshwater pearl. The piece possesses an organic element that’s charming and dramatic.
Handmade in Portland, Oregon by Proba, The “Paw-fect” Bed elevates the humble pet cushion through its playful form and alluring colors. The splotch-shaped product pairs a 100% cotton outer (making it easy to wash) with recycled foam inside. This cushy, comfy spot is available in small, medium or large.
Designed and sculpted by CH favorite Pansy Ass Ceramics in their Toronto studio, this Cock Pump Soap Dispenser makes a statement. Available in black, white or pale pink, it stands approximately nine inches tall and features a glossy finish.
Limited to 150 pieces, this collaborative hoodie is adorned with a screenprint of beloved British painter Rose Wylie’s “Black Cat (Bones) (Study)” artwork on the back and her signature along the left sleeve. From the exclusive online art market Platform, known as a trove for captivating works from emerging artists at independent galleries, the comfortable garment is made in the USA and screenprinted in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
From the Travasi collection, designed by Milan-based Astrid Luglio for Ichendorf Milano, comes the Oil Bottle. The collection’s name comes from “travasare,” meaning to decant, and this vessel is intended for oil or vinegar. With a touch of joyful color blocking, an angled spout and refined form, the architectural piece gestures as if in movement. Price is in Pounds.