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Laurence King Publishing
Saul Bass: 20 Iconic Film Posters

Saul Bass, best known for transforming the way movies begin, was a designer of incredible versatility and imagination. His stunning concepts led him to work with legendary filmmakers like Martin Scorsese, Otto Preminger and Alfred Hitchcock. This large-format book from Laurence King includes 20 removable movie posters, such as The Man with the Golden Arm; Anatomy of a Murder; Vertigo; Grand Prix; The Magnificent Seven; Schindler's List and The Shining, to name a few. Each fits a standard 12x16-inch frame.

SBB Giant Watch

Their minimalist sensibilities have earned Switzerland's Mondaine watches many accolades and a place in the MoMA Design Store, but it's the brand's ability to make the minimal seem so powerful and engaging that keeps fans on their toes. With the recently released SBB Giant—in an all-black colorway, except for a striking red seconds hand—a clean, classic design feels like something more. At 42mm, it's also not that giant, but rests well on the wrist, especially considering its lug-less design.

Atelier New Regime
Hometown Heroes Leather Basketball

Made from 100% leather, this black basketball was crafted by Atelier New Regime for indoor use. Part of the Hometown Heroes capsule collection, the ball is size seven (aka men's official size, with a 30-inch circumference) and while boasting logos on four panels, it's a sophisticated update. While it might not improve your game, you'll definitely look great while playing.

Native Union
Anchor Cable

Nothing brings on a Monday morning tantrum quite like coffee spills or tech fails. Native Union's new Anchor cable can help with the latter. Instead of fumbling with slipping, tangled USB cables, Anchor boasts a non-slip geometric weight—keeping your wires in place. Super-durable and over six feet long, Anchor comes in blue or taupe and, unlike many tech accessories, won't be an extra eyesore in your office.

Seeulater Primeknit Sneakers

A new version of the original adidas Seeulater, these all-black sneakers feature a breathable, flexible Primeknit upper—meaning you can do even more in them, more comfortably. With leather overlays that are integrated with the laces, you'll be snug and secure, but this design feature also offers a futuristic look. Along with a waterproof GoreTex lining, these super-tech sneakers are highly functional—and they look it.

Park Life
Yoga Jones

More zen than any other soldier toys you've come across, this set of nine Yoga Jones figurines channels a sense of self-peace. Each solider is in a classic yoga pose: downward-facing dog, cobra pose, warrior pose, child's pose, headstand and more, and each stands about one to two inches high—depending on the position. Made from ABS plastic, Yoga Jones is a funny, sweet and maybe a little hopeful take on traditional soldier toys.

Takashi Murakami + Shu Uemura
Cosmic Blossum Brush Set

The trippy pop culture-concerned work of Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami sell for millions at auctions, but here's something much more affordable. In his new collaboration with cosmetics company Shu Uemura, called "Cosmic Blossom," he's left his explosive energy and rainbow fingerprints over their cult cleansing oils and more. This pouch holding a four-piece make-up brush kit is so sweet, it barely matters what the brushes look like.

Junya Watanabe MAN
Patchwork Cotton Twill Shirt

With plenty of thoughtful touches and embellishments, this lightweight button-down Junya Watanabe MAN piece is much more than a regular shirt. With an inverted pleat, patchwork fabric (all in navy and white) on the back, and a dramatic scooped shirttail hem, whether wearing this to work or for fun, it's sure to stand out. Made in Japan from 100% cotton, the shirt also features an interior pocket for your treasures.

Sydney Evan
Rose Gold Skull Ring

Spooky and sophisticated, this Sydney Evan ring is perfect for Halloween—and beyond. Made from 14k rose-gold, the skull features ruby and green garnet eyes and white enamel teeth. Bold enough to make a statement, the ring also measures about 1/4-inch by 1/3-inch so it steers clear of being gaudy or flashy and keeps the scariness subtle.

Mel Elliott
David Bowie Retrospective and Coloring Book

It seems there will never be enough ways to celebrate the genius that was David Bowie, but the latest worthy addition is a lovely paperback coloring book by artist Mel Elliott. Not only does it contain plenty of illustrations featuring some of Bowie's most iconic and daring looks to color in, this book also includes information about each costume, its era, designer and the alter-ego that went along with it. Officially released 25 October, "David Bowie Retrospective and Coloring Book" is available for pre-order now.

Tanner Goods
Herb Canister

A more sophisticated way to store your herb, this black anodized canister is for cannabis enthusiasts who want to make their pastime a little more design-forward. Made from high-grade aluminum in Portland, Oregon, this little vessel is both durable and subtle. Rather than using a film container or aluminum foil, Tanner Goods' herb canister is a classy, functional upgrade.

Maple Sugar Cue

Maple syrup enthusiasts are all too aware of how messy and sticky the sweet condiment can be. But most will be thrilled to find out about Tonewood's solid brick of maple syrup. With no pouring required, this block of deliciousness can be grated onto your meal, into your drinks or however you like to enjoy it.

Jean Jullien
Modern Life

Exploring the strange, confusing and oftentimes distressing modern world, French artist Jean Jullien has created a thoughtful and thought-provoking book. While his keen observations on life in the current climate can be a little cheeky, they're always tender. He's an artist whose work shows—time and again—an innate sensitivity to his surroundings, but more importantly, the people who inhabit them. "Modern Life" reveals just how perplexed, entertained and saddened we all can be in the present day.

Scott Henderson Design

While the charm of designer Scott Henderson's self-watering Eleplanter is undeniable, there's more at play than a cute animal reference. The trunk of the elephant actually functions as a watering reservoir, holding two weeks of liquid. The plant and soil rest in a receptacle with tiny weep holes, situated within the porcelain exterior design. The perforation absorption means there's no overflow, over-watering or rising soil. Altogether, it's a clever system for anyone looking for an easy windowsill herb garden.

Made In Kenya Hooded Coat

Drawn from ASOS' latest collaboration with SOKO Kenya, this vibrant wool jacket features a pattern that was actually imagined by school children (as all of this collection was). Features include a fixed hood, shawl lapels and pockets, but it's the uncommon block patterning, reminiscent of the landscape that makes it visually distinct. Further, this piece (as well as all the others) was produced under fair-trade principles.

Dusty iPhone 7 Case

Despite the fact that the new iPhone is water-resistant, it's still smart to keep it protected from various other perils. Hardgraft's "dusty" phone cases are subtle and functional—for those who don't want to draw a huge amount of attention to their device, but also want a little sophistication and style. Complete with a microfiber lining and hand-molded edges, the minimally branded, nubuck leather cover will keep your precious iPhone protected. Available in dusty black or olive for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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