Featuring work by talented women and non-binary writers and artists, the newest edition of the Dope Girls Zine explores the theme ENDINGS, but the publication isn’t folding. Issue 7 (which is available for pre-order now) includes pieces by Kristen N Arnett, Chynna Jenkins, Peyton Fulford, Mattiel, Audra Melton, Amber North, Chelsea G Summers and many others. The zine was founded back in 2016 by Beca Grimm and Rachel Hortman with the mission to create a space within the 420 community that was less centered on men, and a portion of sales is donated to Planned Parenthood.
Made by artist Seth Bogart, this ceramic piece is both an objet d’art and a functional pipe. An ode to what is perhaps the most recognizable mascara ever, each Great Lash Mascara Pipe is handmade in Bogart’s California studio, and is therefore unique. Each piece measures approximately four inches tall.
Sophisticated and exquisitely crafted, Casa Dragones Joven is a small-batch, master blend of 100% Blue Agave silver and extra-aged tequila. This liquid is complex and nuanced, but soft, smooth and satisfying; ideal for sipping slowly on its own or pairing with food. With notes of citrus, florals, spice and vanilla, it’s a bright and elegant tequila. Not only is the liquid impeccably made, but each signed and numbered crystal bottle itself is handcrafted and engraved by Mexican artisans.
One of five models to celebrate luxury Swiss watchmaker OMEGA’s partnership with Orbis International (a non-profit NGO that helps with critical eye care worldwide), this stainless steel Speedmaster 38 Co-Axial Chronograph features a self-winding movement and 52-hour battery reserve. Several design touches—the Orbis Teddy Bear counter-weight on the seconds hand, in particular—nod to the welfare organization. For each watch sold, OMEGA donates a portion of the proceeds to Orbis and their Flying Eye Hospital.
Subtle but dually lush and gorgeous, this bouquet of green and ivory roses and winter foliage from Winston Flowers is available in five different sizes and can be delivered anywhere in the United States for the month of December. Beyond a pretty posy, the purchase of this gift benefits the brand’s Charity in Bloom program, with 20% of the purchase price given to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston and NYC’s Madison Square Boys & Girls Club.
With 100% of the purchase price going to the Pupils Project (which provides eye exams and glasses to kids in NYC and Baltimore, with the ultimate intention of ensuring that every US public school student’s needs are met), Jimmy Fallon’s collaborative sunglasses project with Warby Parker contributes to vision protection. The eyewear itself is also good-looking—with a classic mid-century silhouette and matte black color—and unexpectedly fun, as they spin at the left temple.
A matcha gift box of three teas, this Ippodo set spans light to rich flavors. Ideal for seasoned enthusiast as well as those new to matcha, there’s a tea here for every mood: refreshing Fuku-mukashi, balanced but slightly bitter Kan-no-shiro, and umami-leaning, emerald-colored Seiun. Comes with a guidebook and the option for gift-wrapping.
From London-based jewelry and accessory designer Tateossian, these two-tone cufflinks—in stainless steel and IP gunmetal-plated steel—unscrew to reveal tiny hidden compartments. 30% of all retail proceeds from the item go to the Elton John Aids Foundation. The design represents the HIV drug PrEP—and hopes to highlight how one pill a day can help manage the spread of HIV and hopefully lead to the end of AIDS.
From the powerful antioxidant Lipochroman to Vitamins E, F, and more, the composition of Dr Loretta’s Intense Replenishing Serum protects skin from damage caused by pollution, climate conditions and even UV radiation. With a luxuriant consistency that’s easily absorbed, the serum soothes and smooths skin as it offers a boost in hydration. Formulated by the dermatologist and clinical researcher Dr Loretta Ciraldo MD, FAAD, this product is for use twice-daily on the face, neck and back of hands.
Oakland-based Jeffrey Cheung’s artworks are playfully lowbrow and entirely charming, with a strong focus on cheerful nudes taking part in activities of varying NSFW levels. This 16 by 20-inch piece, “Tangle II” has been printed in a limited edition of 100, each of which is signed and numbered. Available on its own or framed (black or white) from Hashimoto Contemporary, it’s a delightful gift for a loved one—or yourself.
Topping out at 24 pages, Jo-Jo Sherrow’s Garden Girls is a zine about “the plant fairies who live amidst the green world.” The zine blends the mystical fairy tale world with our real life one, where our relationship with our environment has never been more crucial. Each page features a black-and-white illustration of one of Sherrow’s characters. Limited to an edition of 100, this staple-bound zine was published in 2015.
With The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, author Antwaun Sargent addresses breakthroughs for representation of the black image in artistic industries, communities and their respective marketplaces. Turning his attention to pioneering black photographers, Sargent opens a dialogue on institutional barriers, exclusion and the tidal shift underway on an international level. The book, published by Aperture, incorporates 250 four-color images from talent including Awol Erizku, Quil Lemons, Namsa Leuba, Dana Scruggs, Tyler Mitchell and more—as well as conversations with Shaniqwa Jarvis, Deborah Willis and CH favorite Mickalene Thomas.
German artist BD Graft’s debut book, Living Things is full of collages and paintings of plants and fruits—some minimal, some colorful and complex, all utterly charming. Published by Zioxla, designed by Affaire, and printed and bound in Barcelona, the softcover book is composed of FSC-certified paper sourced from responsibly managed forests. Further, for every book purchased, one tree is planted.
Part of Patagonia’s Worn Wear collection, this denim bag is crafted in the USA from reclaimed, post-consumer organic cotton canvas and denim. Big enough for a grocery, beach or weekend trip, it features reinforced straps to make carrying your gear easy and comfortable. The interior is lined with post-consumer polyester fabric and postindustrial recycled Supplex® nylon. And, because each piece of fabric is reclaimed, every bag is unique.
From Impossible Project (which set out in 2008 to revive the analog photography format that Polaroid pioneered some 80 years prior), the Impossible I-1 camera boasts an 82-109mm lens with a five-zone autofocus system—making it an upgraded version of a classic. Accepting 600-type instant film, the camera also features Bluetooth capabilities and its app offers a remote trigger, self-timer and much more.
Born from a collaboration between beloved NYC ice cream shop Morgenstern’s and rapper and chef Action Bronson’s food enterprise, Fuck That’s Delicious, this holiday ice cream pack features flavors made from peculiar ingredients, pops meant to mimic the complexity of Michelin-starred meals, and merchandise—a hat, cooler bag and shirt. The Sumo Yuzu Pop (Madagascar vanilla ice cream, Yuzu sorbet and jam), Nazca Bar (olive oil ice cream, charred chocolate eggplant ice cream, and feuilletine), and Indiana Jones sandwich (toasted pistachios, tahini ice cream, chocolate chip cookie, strawberry ice cream, and pistachio pesto) are our favorites, but there’s plenty to be enjoyed here.