In between the sun, sea, sand and freshly caught seafood that comprise the Balearic Islands experience, there's also artistic inspiration to be found. Mallorca—a top tourist destination for Brits—has its share of embarrassing headlines featuring overzealous...Read More
Denielle Wolfe designed for many brands that were "small" at her time of employment. Coach, Kate Spade, and Tumi were likely doing around $100M in revenue when she joined their growing businesses. Arlo Skye, the year long project that comes to fruition...Read More
I started taking pictures with my father’s Nikon F when I was eight years old and not long after began developing film and making prints in the darkroom. Back then watching a photo come to life in a tray of developer was instantly gratifying—granted...Read More
Made from soft reversed French terry, this range of caps from KNYEW features embroidered words inspired by Stevie Wonder lyrics. From "pastime paradise" to "higher ground" and "living in the city," each hat is a different mellow hue—though they're all super-wearable. Our pick is the peachy, salmon-colored iteration which states "overjoyed" so you can share positive vibes on your hat, even if you're frowning.
Not only is the design of the bottle gorgeous, the vermouth inside is delicious. If you're only drinking vermouth in cocktails, this is the best way to venture further: try it on ice, with a little soda, or (as it's traditionally consumed in Spain) with sparkling water, a slice of citrus fruit and a green olive. It makes for a perfect afternoon or brunch cocktail—somewhat akin to an Aperol spritz.
First published in 2009, a very comprehensive tome of Tom of Finland works, "Tom of Finland XXL" contained over 1000 images—covering around 60 years of the artist's work. The book is now available in a second edition (currently on pre-order) and features paintings and sketches that span sexuality, pleasure, love, traumas and illnesses faced by men. With words by John Waters, Camille Paglia and more, it's available in English, French or German.
Along with tasting delicious, Steep Echo's all-natural teas are also healthy. Olive leaf tea contains a super-powerful compound called oleuropein with potency almost double that of green tea extract. Oleuropein boosts the immune system and energy levels, while promoting cardiovascular health. Our pick from the several Steep Echo flavors is Bloom which also incorporates peppermint, echinacea root, licorice root, thyme and rosemary.
The second version of its portable instant film printers, Fujifilm's Instax Share SP-2 means your smartphone photos don't have to live only in your camera roll or on Instagram. Faster and with extra customization options (like saturation and brightness), the printer produces high-quality two-inch-by-three-inch photos that are available in just 10 seconds. There's nothing quite like tangible pictures, and these high-res mini pics are real photos—on photo paper—made for sharing.
Pack for your next weekend trip with this deceptively spacious bag. Available in subtle blue or gray, the circular bag expands to fit everything you need for a couple days away. With two interior mesh pockets and extras on the outside, the bag features blue striped lining and is made from durable polyester.
If you couldn't catch Björk on tour performing her heartbreak-to-healing Vulnicura, the Icelandic artist has collected her favorite performances into a live album, plus a few classics like "Wanderlust." The luxury edition boxset includes a double LP and CD, as well as six photo prints and a build-your-own Björk moth paper mask—based on James Merry original design she wore on tour. It ships September, when the exhibition "Björk Digital" also opens at London's Somerset House, showcasing her art-tech innovations like her VR music videos. There will also be one-night-only concert at Royal Albert Hall.
No camping (or staycation) adventure is complete without a fire, and no campfire is complete without s'mores. But sometimes cooking the sweet treat can be difficult, not to mention messy, with skewers and sticks. Essentially three little cages with a handle, this metal roaster is a neat and simple way to cook them over a fire. It can also be used to make grilled cheese sandwiches and just about anything else that will fit.
Instant coffee gets a bad rap for its sludgy results, but 2015 Finnish Barista Champion Kalle Freese is using it as a way to make specialty coffee more convenient and accessible. Freeze-dried shots of espresso made from single-origin beans—roasted by trusted names like SF's Ritual Coffee–transform into complex (never bitter) flavors that won't leave you craving something freshly brewed. We're most excited to whip a tube of Sudden Coffee on our next flight—just add hot or cold water (or even milk).
Depending on how you feel about snakes, this pennant from Oxford might be the perfect addition to your house—but the phrase actually refers to the predicament of having too many tasks to complete. The black wool pennant—made in USA— shimmers with gold lettering to remind all those overworked folks out there to focus, rather than stretch themselves thin. The company makes plenty of city-centric decorations too; check out their entire range.
Whether Snachatting, catching Pokemon, emailing or actually calling people, a power bank for your smartphone is an essential. The new Dubleup designs do exactly what you think, but they are super-slim and lightweight—and they're the size of a credit card. Complete with a built-in lightning cable, these gadgets are available for iPhone and Android and come in three colorways: gold, black or silver. Price is in Australian dollars.
A confluence of many CH favorites: Australian industrial designer Marc Newson has designed a Montblanc rollerball pen set exclusively for the most acclaimed watch website HODINKEE. This is an heirloom quality writing implement, complete with a platinum-coated clip and an individual serial number. The pen's polished black resin case exudes class and the device has been weighted for ideal grip and usage. This is a pen for lovers of writing and design, housed in a black full-grain calfskin pouch with jacquard lining.
Beyond the vibrant bishops blue colorway, London-based designer Daniel W Fletcher's oversized (but reasonably cut) City Boy Shirt features contrasting white piping. Drawn from his A/W 2016 collection, the cotton shirt was made in England with an emphasis on the details—including a sharp spread collar. And while it's dressy, there's something playful about it—and arguably boyish, as the name alludes. Price is in pounds.
Where else can you get algae, guacamole, jello and snakes all in one place? ANAXI—a fun, creative, flexible, educational word game—rewards enterprising minds and unique thoughts. The more creative and weird your answers are, the better. While it's educational, it's anything but dull, and can be played to kick off a work brainstorm, with kids or even as a drinking game. With 75 word cards, the possibilities are almost endless—and sure to be entertaining.
This big, soft beach towel—from NYC-based Saturdays—is made for city slickers who take the subway to the beach, as it's also thin and lightweight. Without filling your beach bag to the brim all on its own, the 100% cotton towel features a bold graphic of an open mouth—in easy-to-match tones of brown and multiple blues.
After the continued success of their Cypress Fig candle, socially conscious lifestyle brand Apolis has converted the scent into a gender neutral (perfume-quality) scent. The two defining notes, cypress and fig, blend into a beautifully sweet but unisex profile, supported by Italian bergamot, Moroccan lemon verbena and many other natural ingredients. Crafted in California, this summer scent lingers beautifully with an accompanied fresh sensation.
A new, more functional take on the traditional carabiner, Qliplet features a rotating, folding hook that can hang onto just about anything—leaving your hands free for climbing and carrying. Made from super-strong but lightweight aircraft grade aluminum, the Qliplet can hold up to 50 pounds and comes in multitude of colorways.
Haptic Labs makes one-of-a-kind kites that will keep your summer weekend vibes going all week long. Our pick is the blue, pink and yellow cloud patterned iteration, which is screen-printed by hand in Brooklyn. Made from ripstop nylon and birch spars, and assembled in Williamsport, PA, each kite is a little different from the last. Complete with a 10-foot patchwork tale and flying instructions, this kite is perfect for both kids and adults.
"Wear what you care about." Each Prinkshop piece has a purpose, from supporting Planned Parenthood to empowering those suffering from addiction. The "Ban(g) Ban(g) Ban(g)" T-shirt benefits Everytown, an organization that's committed to ending gun violence, with 30% of profits being directed there. Spark action and discussion every day you wear it.
Illustrator and writer Rachel Ignotofsky's first-ever book "Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World" profiles 50 women who have made a difference in the industry—from psychologist and civil rights activist Mamie Phipps Clark; to chemist and x-ray crystallographer Rosalind Franklin; and astronaut, educator and doctor Mae Jemison. Within the hardcover are computer scientists, marine biologists, theoretical physicists, mathematicians, botanists, geologists, inventors and paleontologists galore—proving if you can only name Marie Curie when thinking about women in science, you're doing it wrong.
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