From Black Crows’ limited edition Powder Hunting collection, the Xpore Packable Rain Jacket blends form and function with contemporary styling while celebrating the brand’s passion for powder skiing. Made with Xpore (a high-performance, waterproof, breathable fabric), the jacket features a long tail with a drawstring waist, as well as a hood. With four pockets on the front (two chest and two kangaroo), it also has a cycling-inspired pocket on the back, which the jacket can be packed into. With a sleek silhouette and a functional design, this garment can be worn during a storm and on the patio at après.
From Stockholm-based brand Selahatin, the “Of Course I Still Luv You” toothpaste promises an upgrade to regular iterations. With the expected heart of green mint, peppermint and menthol, the formula surprises with notes of verbena, bergamot, cardamom and pine. With antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, the toothpaste cleanses, polishes and whitens teeth while promoting healthy gums. It’s also suitable for those with sensitive teeth. Price is in Euros.
Designed by Studiopepe for Contardi Italia, the Stick collection comprises textured, architectural lights that are at once sharp and soft. The Double LED Wall Sconce incorporates metal panels (in either satin golden nickel or satin copper) and ribbed plexiglass to create a contrasting prism and soft, ambient lighting. Concealing its screws and hardware, the fixture is elevated, sophisticated and functional.
Massimo and Lella Vignelli’s iconic Rainbow Stacking Dinnerware was originally manufactured in 1964 in Italy, later launched in the US by Heller circa 1971. The collection comprises jaunty, bright pieces for casual meals. Made from melamine, the pieces are timeless with a tinge of kitsch. The reissued collection is available in sets of six bowls, dinner plates, salad plates and mugs.
Made with alcohol-free apéritif Ghia, canned single-serve beverage Le Spritz comes in four flavors: original with soda, lime and salt, ginger, or combo (OG and ginger). Ghia offers a lightly bitter, citrusy and complex flavor that comes from ingredients including Riesling grape juice, fig concentrate, yuzu, lemon balm, rosemary and gentian root. The botanical drink is one of our favorite booze-free quasi-apéritifs on the market, and the packaging looks good enough to be on display too. Price is for a 12-pack.
New from Fable & Mane, the MahaMane Smooth & Shine hair oil nourishes while protecting hair from heat and the elements. The formula comprises ingredients like shikakai (known as “fruit for the hair”), ashwagandha (which can help strengthen follicles) and rosemary. The leave-in solution—applied to towel-dried, damp hair or dry ends—shields hair from harsh winter weather, as well as heat up to 450F. A few drops of this potent oil go a long way, help to tame frizz and smell delicious.
Featuring work by acclaimed 12 artists, the “No Trespassing” calendar aims to raise money for Planned Parenthood of Greater New York. Printed in an edition of 500, the spiral-bound calendar includes pieces by Faith Ringgold, Marilyn Minter, Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer, LaKela Brown, Fumiko Imano, Maggie Lee, Catherine Opie, Farah Al Qasimi, Janiva Ellis, Ana Mendieta and Lauren Greenfield. All profits will be donated.
Designed by architect Marco Sironi for Italian glass manufacturer Ichendorf Milano, the Piuma Teapot features slightly rounded edges and a circular handle, resulting in a clean and elegant expression. Crafted from hand-blown borosilicate glass, it has an interior filter for loose-leaf tea. Available in two colors and sizes, it’s an elevated vessel to be used every day or on special occasions.
From beloved California-based pottery studio Heath Ceramics (founded in 1948), the Bud Vase is one of Edith Heath’s classic designs from the 1980s. Measuring about four inches tall and three inches in diameter, the smooth vessel feels crafted by nature, and is available in different colors, patterns and glazes.
With jack-o-lanterns reminiscent of the Greek muses of tragedy and comedy on the back and a teddy bear on the front, the Pumpkin Mechanic’s Jacket from Online Ceramics is bold and a little Y2K stylistically. Made from 12-ounce heavy duck canvas, it’s also functional and durable.
Available in a range of neon colorways, Weatherman’s Travel Umbrella is made for commuting. Weighing less than a pound, it has an auto-open and auto-close feature for quick access. Made from water-repellent, reinforced fiberglass plastic (that avoids inverting and breaking), the umbrella can withstand winds of up to 45mph.
From Brooklyn-based bathroom accessories brand Quiet Town, the Orient Jelly Shoe is a bright dual-toned shower curtain named after the Long Island town of Orient, located at the easternmost point of New York’s North Fork. Constructed in the US from durable 100% cotton canvas, the curtain features a lavender top and mustard bottom (other color schemes are also available) and it’s finished with denim hemming and slightly rounded corners inspired by old-fashioned sails.
Made from 100% organic Koroneiki olives grown on farms along the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece, Oracle Olive Oil is peppery and fresh. Koroneiki olives are high in polyphenol and oleocanthal, and are small but yield low-acidity oil, making this product not only ideal for cooking but also for dipping bread in or for using in salad dressing.
The minimal pattern that adorns LAY LO’s Grid Dog Bed aims to blend ’80s Italian style with Scandinavian aesthetics to create a sophisticated and portable place for a pooch to sleep. Made from a durable, dig-proof polyester knit, the washable bed features a non-slip underside. Within, an orthopedic mattress provides plush support and a soft poly-fill keeps pets cool.
Inspired by the Japanese art of sashiko—a technique where garments are repaired with decorative embroidery—Vollebak’s Sashiko Sweatshirt is reinforced with 4.5 kilometers (about 2.8 miles) of high-strength stitching. Thanks to this technique, and its 100% organic cotton and 100% meta-aramid thread composition, the sweatshirt is remarkably durable but also soft and cozy. Available with white or blue stitching, it’s a classic piece that combines ancient art with contemporary style.
By culinary design company Aplat, the Vin Bottle Tote stores a bottle horizontally while its three side pockets offer room for snacks, charcuterie and other accoutrements. The compact and sleek design—made from certified organic, heavyweight cotton canvas—makes setting up a picnic and other festivities a breeze.