For their new tangerine-dyed Panama leather diary for children, appropriately embossed with the title My First Smythson, the beloved paper goods producer took inspiration from insight provided by the National Literacy Trust which explains that children who write with regularity feel happier. Made in England, the notebook includes colorful prompts, world maps, sections to journal and more.
Filled with songs from composer and musician Vince Guaraldi, the soundtrack for It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) is an essential for fans of jazz, Halloween and Peanuts animated specials. Featuring “The Great Pumpkin Waltz” and “Linus and Lucy,” this orange-hued and pumpkin-shaped vinyl is over-flowing with kitsch and nostalgia.
There are plenty of tinted SPF moisturizers on the market, but this one from True Botanicals comes in 24 hues. Formulated to leave the skin feeling nourished and looking smooth, it provides light coverage to help even skin tone, but won’t clog pores. While the non-nano zinc oxide protects against harmful rays, the natural-biocompatible milk thistle and squalene create a silky, dewy finish.
There are six different works, each as bright and cheerful as the next, within LA-based artist Carolyn Suzuki’s 36-page origami set. Replete with houseplants, fruit and a bevy of charming women characters, the set has been printed by 1973 LTD in Brighton, UK using carbon neutral paper.
The Field Bucket Hat from cult favorite Canadian brand Haven has been crafted from sturdy but slightly stretchy corduroy sourced from Italy’s historic Duca Visconti di Madrone mill, which was founded in 1838. Available in two sizes—02 which has a a circumference of 22.8 inches or 03 which measures 23.6 inches around—it’s available in the autumnal hues of light brown and dark brown, as well as black. This practical accessory is also an ideal weight for transitional seasons.
Silky and celestial, this mid-length robe from Karen Mabon is composed of starry and mystical illustrations that represent the different zodiac signs. Finished with beautiful blue piping, pockets and a waist tie, this garment is a light and luxurious way to lounge. Price is in Pounds.
This battery-powered rose quartz wand from Solvasa combines the benefits of vibrational massage and gua sha to de-puff and de-stress facial muscles and skin. The wand comes with a lightly scented serum to help the quartz glide smoothly across the face, and a three-minute massage helps to flush out toxins, decrease tension (especially for those who have TMJ) and wrinkles and improve micro-circulation.
Whether compacted into a nifty duffle bag or pitched as a domed, color-blocked tent, The North Face’s Homestead impresses. Not only does it come in striking colors (green and navy or lichen and green), it is also incredibly spacious; boasting three-doors, a front vestibule, mesh ceilings for star gazing and an internal drying line. With breathable wall and ventilation construction, the tent thoughtfully and comfortably fits four.
Canadian chef Matty Matheson and designer Ray Natale’s new workwear brand Rosa Rugosa consists of durable staples for all genders. The garments (pants, shorts, and long- and short-sleeved shirts) feature boxy, classic silhouettes. Made to last, each is crafted from durable, double-stitched and heavy-weighted cotton. The Gwynne shirt, which incorporates two chest pockets, is available in various colors and patterns including our favorite: the hickory stripe. It comes in sizes small to 4XL, and the brand’s site includes the specific measurements of each.
The Arrivals bring back their super-cozy Sanne balaclava for another winter, this time in new colorways: “disco” purple, “highlighter” green, “moss” green and “space” black. The 12-gauge knit accessory has been crafted from responsibly sourced virgin wool and is designed for a snug, comfy fit.
With a custom woven heelstay label and co-branded sockliner, these collaborative Stüssy and Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars are an enhanced version of the iconic sneaker. More than an aesthetic upgrade, these hi-tops feature a 100% hemp upper and a heat transfer patch.
From Canadian outdoor brand Woods, the Strathcona Fully Padded Folding Chair brings optimum comfort to camping. Featuring a coated steel frame that is rust-resistant and can hold up to 300 pounds, the folding chair is more spacious for better lounging and made to withstand extreme weather. Available in dijon, gray or sea spray, it looks right at home in the outdoors.
Suitable for boards measuring eight to 8.37 inches, these skateboard wheels and trucks hail from Australian premium skate brand Picture Wheel Company. Clad in an icy color scheme of blue, white, black and silver, the set features pre-oiled bearings and the brand’s logo. It comes packaged in a box that nods to the design of Krispy Kreme.
Inspired by the knot used for traditional Japanese furoshiki wrapping cloth, this medium-sized tote bag by CaBas is crafted using sashiko-embroidered Mikawa cotton from Aichi-based Atelier Tanei (one of the rare manufacturers with the skill required to work with the material). With a leather strap, the bag features inner and outer pockets secured by a stud. Altogether, it’s sculptural, durable and elegant. Price is in Pounds.
Made from 100% bio-washed chino twill, this cap from Philadelphia-based YOWIE is lightweight and comfy. It features a pre-curved visor and a six-panel, unstructured and low-profile silhouette. A neon green hue with raised purple embroidery of the shop’s name finishes the cap, making it as bright as it is breezy.
Brimming with Jeffrey Cheung’s playful style, this riso print features two of the artist, activist and skateboarder’s endearing cast of characters. Pictured are two mustachioed men exchanging smiles over side-by-side urinals, each sporting rosy cheeks—on their faces and derrieres.