MOTHER Denim’s Debut Men’s Collection

A highly anticipated expansion that's made in LA and composed of Japanese fabrics

In 2010, Lela Becker and Tim Kaeding joined forces to advance the women’s denim market. Mother was born and their position was declared: high-quality material, attention to detail and an adherence to the fact that denim must be fun. Year after year they’ve grown, thanks to brand reliability and consistently fresh ideas. Now they’ve unleashed their debut men’s collection. As with their womenswear, details define …

No.One’s Triple Black Bravo Sneakers

Full-grain, vegetable-tanned leather low-tops from the LA-based independent brand

As LA’s No.One footwear company makes clear, the name of their Triple Black Bravo isn’t accurate. Really, the best way to understand just how remarkable the shoes are requires looking at all the ways they’ve used premium black materials. First, the sleek sneakers are quintuple black when you count the black veg-tan footbed with black foil embossing and the black Plonge lambskin lining. This is …

Entler’s Two- and Three-Headed Lamps

The LA-based ceramic design studio fires personality into lighting fixtures

First impressions of Entler’s cast stoneware lamps: organic and weird, yet completely charming. The curved necks evoke a curious creature (or maybe even modern-day humans, craning over our phones) and the Shorty Lamp goes one step further to resemble a demure version of Pixar’s bouncy, ebullient Luxo Jr. The two- and three-headed lamps, however, are our favorites—especially those that hang from the ceiling—channeling a little …