Loring Place Apron

Made in NYC, this 100% cotton chambray apron was designed by celebrated designer Todd Snyder for (and in collaboration with) Chef Dan Kluger. The chef and his staff in the Greenwich Village’s Loring Place restaurant actually wear the handsome, functional piece when they work. Utility is key here (as evidenced with the stow pockets) and the classic workwear references (like the contrast stitching and X …

Zen and Pepper

Calling to mind the yin and yang symbol, as well as a stacked pebble meditation marker, Scott Henderson’s porcelain Zen + Pepper set brings a bit of serenity into the kitchen. Channeling soft river stone shapes and employing a functional, nestled design, there’s nothing quite like the shaker set. And as the port for filling happens to be on the underside, there’s surprisingly ample space …

Black Dots Creamer

Designed by Italian architect Paola Navone and produced by acclaimed porcelain company Reichenbach, this polka-dot creamer—part of a great black dots set—balances whimsy with function. This can be said of both the uncommon silhouette and the playful pattern. Global interests struck the Navone, which she channeled into her progressive, worldly work. The piece is exclusively stocked at the Philip Johnson Glass House design store.