After a trip to the heart of bourbon country, Kentucky and Tennessee, Denver & Liely set out to make a glass to designed specifically to enhance the drinker’s experience—much like their handblown whiskey glass. The new one is smooth and intricate with a bold base—much like the drink it was designed for. Price is in AUD.
The Rod+Perf Stool/Table is a beautifully designed, foot-and-a-half tall, steel addition to any living space—and it comes in nine different colors. Its multi-functionality is rooted in its simplicity; it’s sturdy enough to be a stool, tall enough to be a side table, and designed with a perforated top to be the perfect plant holder. Just kept away from humid or wet conditions—the steel frame will rust.
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.
Bocce’s Bakery makes small-batch dog treats using locally sourced, 100% natural ingredients. Founder, Andrea Tovar, decided to make healthier snacks after reevaluating her dog Bocce’s health and diet; finding that the preservative-plagued treats she had been giving him weren’t helping with his weight problem. These new Bedtime Tea treats are made from banana, lavender, vanilla and oats—and ensure pooches (and pet parents) rest easy.
Youcan Robot’s BW-Space is a the ideal accessory for any level underwater explorer. The drone is outfitted with a 4K camera, autonomous and piloted control features, and LED light settings. The drone does not come with the Control Remote, but the unit features an autopilot mode and auto-tracking for subjects the 4K, UHD camera recognizes as the focal point.
Made in DTLA from deadstock fabrics, Evewear makes sweet sleepwear that’s also eco-friendly. The “Tomboy” set (available in gray or blue colorways) includes ruffled shorts and a baseball jersey-style top—complete with heart-shaped buttons. Super-comfortable and sustainable, these pajamas will encourage a good night’s sleep.
Belgian designer Raf Simons’ collaboration with Eastpak continues to deliver colors, patterns and silhouettes that defy the backpack brand’s heritage. For those who are tired of the typical angular backpack, the RS Sleek Sling is a great alternative. Its pleated front-panel construction opens to a substantial main compartment, emphasizing zipped functionality. But it’s the tweed pattern that makes this bag a little unconventional and ultimately covetable.
Perennially in style, the Breton stripe moved from the French Navy to the fashion world and now just about everyone can recognize it. In a new limited edition collaboration, NYC oyster and cocktail hotspot Grand Banks has partnered with French clothing brand Armor Lux. The result is a knit-in-France “mariniere” with a unique red-accented sleeve. It’s a perfect piece for dining on boat—or anywhere else.
Lithuanian artist and illustrator Egle Zvirblyte creates super-bright, dynamic, and playful artworks that run the gamut of mediums. Oftentimes focused on sassy and curvy women characters, Zvirblyte’s work also includes plenty of female friendships and girl gangs. This “ALWAYS TRUE, NEVER SORRY” giclee print is part of her “Life Advice” series and is available in a limited edition of just 50 (each is signed and numbered). It measures 61cm by 91cm. Price is in British Pounds.
Made from brass, acetate, and sky jade, these drop earrings by IUO measure 8cm. Speckled and bright while still being pared-back enough to work with lots of looks, they make a colorful statement without being gaudy.
Dubbed the Skullstronaut, this character by Blamo Toys is a space-surfing, post-mortem version of one of their previously released toys, Colonel Stache O’Hair. All the toy’s parts are hand-craftedfrom the handblown glass helmet to the hand-dyed canvas spacesuit. This human touch means that each Skullstronaut is slightly different.
From unlikely infusions to at-home blending, author and whiskey expert Aaron Goldfarb has accumulated numerous tips and tricks for furthering one’s relationship with the popular tipple. The best of the best appear in Goldfarb’s latest book, “Hacking Whiskey,” in the form of recipes, experiments, advice and tips. As ever-more consumers flock to bourbon, rye, scotch and beyond, Goldfarb’s guidance makes consumption all the more personal—and extra exciting.
All of the proceeds generated from the sales of this necklace from SexyBeast will go to Planned Parenthood Los Angeles. Designed by Gabriela Artigas, the open cirlce design is inspired “by cycles of transformation and the way that networks of support strengthen the individual.” And, at the circle’s most delicate point, there is a single diamond (or a ruby if you desire).
The Candelabra from Tom Dixon is an spinning centerpiece with almost infinite arrangements. Its crane-like figure makes for elegant decor appropriate for all kinds of occasions. Stock the four holders with tall candles or tea lights for various lighting moods.
The love affair between Japan and Levi’s is rooted in ’50s-era American rock’n’roll films. The jeans worn by the rebel characters were Levi’s, but the jeans weren’t available in Japan and therefore became treasured relics of the culture. The ensuing collaboration, between style icon Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi and Levi’s, is a direct reference to one of Poggy’s favorite jackets in his vintage collection.
AYTM’s fall/winter collection is full of beautiful, minimal pieces in which to display candles. Handmade, each of these glass lanterns will differ slightly—from color variations to small imperfections. Its tinted gray/blue hue and sleek silhouette is a luxurious, old-worldly way to create a little mood lighting.
Drive Coffee’s newest blend, Trophy, is inspired by the rally races in chase of the Camel Trophy. The races tasked drivers with surmounting the terrain of places like the Mongolian Desert, Sumatra, and Sulawesithe latter two are also where the beans in this blend are sourced from. Each variety in Drive’s collection comes in a signature gas can and tells the story of an akin vehicle or moment in racing history.
“200 Women: Who Will Change The Way You See The World” profiles its subjects by asking them the same five questions: “What really matters to you? What brings you happiness? What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery? What would you change if you could? Which single word do you most identify with?” Their answers are indicative of their experiences, but their responses will inspire, empower, and in some instances infuriate—thanks to the structures they (and all women) have to navigate.
Made from recycled US Air Force parachutes, this KILLSPENCER parachute bag is guaranteed to be rip-resistant, lightweight, and literally, military-grade. The same way that Airmen trusted this material to guide them to back to the ground, you can trust it to protect your cleanest sneakers—or your dirtiest laundry.
Nespresso pods have been subject to scrutiny for their impact on the environment because they can’t be recycled in a traditional manner. (Facilities cannot accommodate items that small or any containing food remnants.) But Volcano is now making Nespresso-compatible pods that are 100% biodegradable and fully compostable—and the coffee inside is just as good. Price is in British Pounds.
Mister Green’s Greatest Hits Box Set is a guarantee for a pleasant and chill afternoon. All the essentials are included inside: from rolling papers and a rolling tray, to a roach clip, peace pin and grinder. Of course, greenery isn’t included.
The Special Olympics Athlete Oath, which reads, “Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt,” is concentrated into its most exemplary pillar on this Prinkshop shirt. With the purchase each one, $7 is donated to the Special Olympics and the efforts they make in ending the discrimination against people with physical and intellectual disabilities.
The look (or, more accurately, lack of look) of no-show socks is rarely worth the blisters, slouch or discomfort. But Outlier’s Megafine Low Lows are made from a nylon structure and a natural Merino knit—making them comfortable as well as functional. The combination also means they’re sweat-wicking and odor-resistant—ideal for all kinds of weather.
Alex Prager’s newest book “Silver Lake Drive” is a collection of cinematic mises-en-scène. The 224-page hardcover serves as a solid summation of her style—strange, beguiling and sometimes unnerving. The collection of images span several stages: from her early “Polyester” series to her striking “Face in the Crowd” collection—which was shot on a Hollywood sound stage.