An embroidered lobster and a lemon wedge adorn the Fabric Le Homard Bib from Chez Diane, the design studio created by drag performer Steak Diane. Available in retro-leaning gingham or striped patterns, each bib comprises a double layer of 100% cotton and features a plastic snap closure. This accessory perfectly blends nostalgia with practicality, as well as a touch of kitsch.
From beauty brand and platform for queer- and gender-expansive identities, We Are Fluide, the 7-Free Polish is a non-toxic, vegan nail polish. Free of the seven harmful components typically found in such formulas (formaldehyde, Toulene, DBP, Xylene, Camphor, Phthalates and TPHP), this gloss won’t do you harm. With a thick and shiny application, it’s available in glittery hues, bold shades and iridescent iterations.
Jaunty and rounded, the Splat Side Table successfully plays with conventional furniture design. It’s made by Brooklyn-based designer Sophie Collé, whose practice encompasses her love of queerness, toys and the dramatic. Available in different heights and a range of colorful and classic hues, the side table stuns on its own or can be stacked alongside others for whimsical combinations.