Harrison & Bartleet Hook Clip by Mollyjogger

Deep in the Ozark Mountains, field and stream expert Rick Stagner refashions a fishing hook into a multifunctional clip

by Madison Kahn Outdoor retail expert Rick Stagner worked with Eddie Bauer for 18 years before opening his own authentic field and stream brand nearly a year ago, in August 2012. Based in the Ozark Mountains, Mollyjogger celebrates the Midwestern region’s rich recreational history and folklore, with everything from hatchets and make-your-own-knife kits to hand-printed T-shirts and fishing journals. The name Mollyjogger came from the …

Tree Tents

Sustainable, temporary forest dwellings from Luminair

Specializing in designing lighting solutions, design group Luminair recently unveiled their first shelters, fantastical suspended Tree Tents. The product of three years’ work, Tree Tents provide an intriguing model for sustainable wildlife housing that enables a non-invasive solution for campers and forest service personnel. In fulfilling childhood fantasies and Tarzan complexes, Tree Tents also manage to look like space age survival pods. The spherical design …

Rekorderlig Winter Forest

East London's Truman Brewery is transformed into an enchanting Swedish woodland

Though Brick Lane may no longer be as cutting edge as it once was, the iconic East London street still hosts some of the most interesting art and collaborations in the city. Considering the area’s reputation as a go-to food and drink destination, what better place to open an unusual pop-up bar? Swedish cider brand Rekorderlig whisks people away from the urban jungle outside and …