Made from white vitro porcelain, Unmonday's hexagonal Model 4.3 wireless speaker is a stunning piece of design-minded tech that doesn't sacrifice quality sound. With each side of the speaker acting as an audio channel (thanks to a motion sensor inside), rotating the device means altering the sound—while tilting it mutes the speaker. Offering eight hours of battery life and weighing just over eight pounds, the Model 4.3 speaker is efficient as it is elegant.
The newest addition to BookShop's furniture collection—the LBR-1 Book Stool—acts as a bookcase, a nightstand and seat all in one. The Book Stool is available in either American Walnut or American Ash (both of which are FSC-certified lumber which has been hand-picked) and is formed with only joinery and glue. Without screws or nails, and only clean lines holding glorious books, it displays well from any angle.
Named after Japan's denim capital, Kapital blends American workwear tradition with modern Japanese trends. For their latest collection, the Tokyo-based brand has released these hypnotizing Patchwork Pocket Socks, that—aside from being a vibrant addition to any sock drawer—feature a side-pocket for stashing all kinds of tiny treasures.
This cheerful, nautical bandana is the perfect accessory for anyone visiting the Hamptons this summer—or dreaming about it. Made by NYC-based fashion label Alex Mill in collaboration with perennial hot spot The Surf Lodge Montauk, the 100% cotton accessory sports paddles, surfboards and anchors. And yet, its navy and white colorway keeps it classy.
London-based ceramicist and illustrator Charlotte Mei's blushing Toast Plate has a contagious smile that will throw any morning grumpiness out the window. Be sure to also check out Mei's "Ceramic Selfies"—a service where she makes a sculpture version of you, a friend, or beloved pet.
To raise $50,000 for Edible Schoolyard NYC—a non-profit that gives public schools and their students access to healthy food via hands-on gardening and cooking classes—Everlane has partnered with famed local chefs like April Bloomfield for a collection of limited edition tote bags that take their twist on Everlane's slogan "Know your factories. Know your costs." Both collaborators show a passion for transparency, education and quality "ingredients," making it a perfect match. All profits from sales go to Edible Schoolyard NYC.
Offering a beautiful way to remember this summer's adventures many years into the future is Artifact Uprising's Layflat Photo Album. Preserve your digital photos in timeless book form, made from professional quality papers and a minimalist fabric cover. It makes a particularly thoughtful gift for that one friend or relative who's impossible to shop for.
These sculptural glass bowls—propped on three small legs—are created by Beacon, NY-based design studio Hudson Beach Glass. With a range of sizes in striking smokey grey, there's a bowl for every occasion.
To celebrate their 10th anniversary, MB&F collaborated with Switzerland’s famous music box maker Reuge with the new MusicMachine 3. Inspired by the TIE Fighter from Star Wars, this futuristic design is the third joint venture by the two companies, and limited to only 99 pieces. The right and left engines hide two roller cylinders that play six famous theme songs (from Star Wars and Mission: Impossible to The Godfather) with each cylinder containing about 1,400 handmade and hand-finished pins.
Cincinnati-based artist and designer Andrew Neyer creates a witty, self-explanatory Sweatshirt™. Tell it like it is in six different colors.
Handmade in Seattle by silversmith Shelli Markee, the Naked Wire People Bookmark can be used to hold your spot in your current book but is also a miniature work of wire art. Each bookmark is a one-of-a-kind item, complete with private parts.
The perfect size to discreetly fit into your wallet, Herb Lester Associates' three-book set, "How To Read The Menu In France, Italy And Spain," ensures you will always order correctly—and avoid feeling embarrassed or offending your waiter while traveling. Listed alphabetically, the thoroughly researched books not only provide helpful translations for dishes and ingredients, but even suggest top spots to eat in each of the three countries. Bon appétit!
Brooklyn-based Saint Atma's Blue Dream Watercolor Turkish Towel—made using hand-woven looms in Turkey—can be used as a highly absorbent towel or worn as a scarf. Hand dyed using low impact dyes, it's a beautiful, one-of-a-kind statement piece for the bath or beach.
A conceptual label founded in 2011, Fun Time is a brand that creates made-in-Portugal apparel inspired by the team's youth in the '90s. Their 100% cotton "Paradise Lost" T-shirt was designed to shine light on the moment when adolescents bid adieu to innocence.
There are no rules to Las Sillas. The set of compressed cardboard chairs—created by Pico Pau workshop based in Lubián, Spain—can be stacked, balanced and arranged to whatever train of thought you're having. An opportunity to simply play without any expectation or restriction, this game taps parts of the brain that have been in hibernation and results in ever-changing, mesmerizing forms.
Brooklyn boutique Joinery presents a 100% cotton textile blanket handmade in Minas Gerais, Brazil—and the origins are reflected in the unique pattern it flaunts. Joinery's Eagle Blanket, one of their most recognizable wares, is woven on manual looms by artisans in a design that's indigenous to the region. A dying tradition preserved in textiles: no wonder the blankets sell out a few days after the latest small batch arrives.