Measuring four by four inches, Another Room’s handy 820D nylon pouch traps in the aroma of fresh flower or edibles. With a playful slogan on the outside, this baggie seals super-tightly so you can discreetly carry a handful of joints or loose marijuana inside.
For their first-ever collaboration, Todd Snyder and heritage shoemaker Clarks Originals have reworked the classic Wallabee, a signature design that combines the moccasin and boot. The limited edition shoes reference Clarks’ origins as a rug-making company and Todd Snyder’s midwest upbringing. Employing one-of-a-kind paisley upholstery fabric for their exterior, they have a leather interior and it all sits atop the usual crepe sole. With leather and suede laces and label fobs, these Wallabees are available from size seven to 13 and are made in Italy.
Made by Anna Karlin Studios, this lovely bulbous decanter has been handblown from sturdy food-grade glass. Standing at seven inches tall, it holds up to 1,300ml. With a neck measuring almost three inches in diameter, it’s stopped by a solid brass sphere—creating a sophisticated and slightly retro look. This, and other pieces by Karlin, are available at NYC’s Coming Soon.
Justice’s IRIS: A Space Opera is a filmic transformation of their adored live performances of Woman Worldwide. This unique performance series was conceptualized explicitly for cinema, using special access, angles, and effects for a more expansive experience. While it was originally shown to a limited number of audiences in select cities, the cinematic release now hits DVD, streaming, and, in this set, VHS. It comes complete with a tape, hoodie, USB card that carries the movie, an enamel badge, and an IRIS poster. The package is available for pre-order now but ships starting 10 January. Price is in Euros.
Handmade in Japan by a master milliner that studied hat-making under legendary designer Jean Barthet, this natural-hued wool cap comes equipped with antimicrobial features and a unique softness—afforded by a process that uses untreated material exclusively. The resulting fit is looser and more unstructured but far more comfortable. FEIT worked closely with the milliner through each step of the process.
As Bluetooth earbuds and headphones become more prevalent, many users are now accustomed to frustration when confronted by entertainment systems on airplanes, in gyms or rental cars. Allowing you to connect your wireless headphones to these screens is the AirFly Pro: a dongle that plugs into a standard jack. This little gadget can wirelessly connect to two sets of headphones and has a 16+ hour battery, so your next long-haul flight or gym session can be as entertaining as ever.
Jonas Wood’s gloriously lush paintings have garnered him plenty of praise throughout the years, but this paperback is the first monograph dedicated to the LA-based artist. With 200+ photos and illustrations, ranging from family photos to baseball cards and other artists’ work (including his wife, Shio Kusaka), the book offers insight into his many influences, inspirations and nuances. With contributions from curator and writer Helen Molesworth, curator Ian Alteveer, and a conversation between Wood and fellow artist Mark Grotjahn, this book is a delight both visually and mentally.
Hand-stitched in NYC, Lingua Franca’s “Mama Knows Best” sweater matches each sale with a $100 donation to Every Mother Counts—an organization dedicated to improving access to quality, respectful maternity care all over the world. Every 100% cashmere garment is embroidered to order and can be customized, but customers should note that will take about two weeks. This charcoal-colored sweater is available from XS to XL.
For ice-skaters and hockey players, the Re-Edger from A&R Sports offers assistance with several on-the-fly fixes. At one end, a dual-tip ceramic steel sharpener can whet a blade; in the middle, a replaceable honing stone can be used for de-burring. It’s a handy item that’ll even benefit ice sport hobbyists.
This all-black cap hides its positive message in plain sight: “ART” is embroidered on the front, while on the back, the words “every day.” Made from 100% cotton, the Poketo six-panel cap is available in black on black, white on white, or white on royal blue and serves as a reminder to see beauty in even the ordinary.
Originally published in 1950 as Il Cucchiaio d’Argento, The Silver Spoon (as it translates in English) consists of 170 homestyle Italian recipes, all cataloged alongside new photos. At 368 pages, with 142 illustrations, there’s bound to be a recipe that even the least self-assured cook can conquer. From fresh egg pasta to a roasted leg of lamb, each dish transcends time.
Lined with a safe PTFE- and PFAS-free non-stick ceramic coating, Our Place’s Always Pan proves easier to clean, use, and carry than most cast iron pans. Though this one would be deemed a hybrid by traditionalists (because it’s made from cast aluminum), it still offers the same hard-searing, caramelizing, and frying capabilities—with virtually no clean-up. Plus, this 10 inch wide pan comes with a perfectly measured steaming tray and lid.
Vegan and cruelty- and palm oil-free, Hand In Hand’s soaps come in four scents—Cactus Blossom, Citrus Grove, Lavender, and Sea Salt—and each is represented in the brand’s four-pack set. Each uses a base of organic cocoa and shea butter—all-natural, irritant-free ingredients. Plus, for every soap purchased, the brand donates one bar of soap and month’s supply of clean water to a child in need, through a partnership with My Neighbor’s Children, an advocacy group with international reach.
Warp Records celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, and the “post-genre” label unveiled the epic WXAXRXP SESSIONS box set in celebration. This hinged box comes filled with 10 sessions recorded for radio (each on 12-inch vinyl) spanning the brand’s vast history—from the Peel Sessions of the ’90s right up to this year’s broadcast on NTS. There are also eight prints by Synchrodogs, and a sticker set. Settle in for hours of music by Flying Lotus, Bibio, Aphex Twin and others.
A family recipe, The Original Japanese Barbecue Sauce was developed by Justin Gill and his bachan (aka granny) Judy Yokoyama. This bbq sauce is unlike North American iterations: it’s less viscous, less sweet and has a bold flavor with just the right amount of umami. Additionally, it’s made with simple ingredients (including non-GMO soy sauce, cane sugar, organic garlic, ginger and green onion) rather than filler oils and preservatives. Their website also offers plenty of recipes—from pan-fried salmon with soba to chicken wings.
Packaged as eight single-serving bags, these Protein Stix by IWON Organics come in a variety of flavors, but our pick is the Spicy Sweet Peppers version. The texture is crunchy, while the flavor is zesty. Best of all, these snacks are packed with 10 grams of protein, 20% of your daily fiber, and almost zero harmful fats.