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BYREDO
Bibliothèque Hair Perfume
$70

Thanks to notes of vanilla and peach, BYREDO's Bibliothèque scent counters leather undertones with a rounded sweetness. One of the brand's most popular candle fragrances, Bibliothèque is just now available in perfume and hair perfume—the latter of which creates a powdery and fresh feeling that continues throughout the day.

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Lily Puffs
Vegan Cheddar Puffs
$20

Made with all-natural water lily seeds, organic extra virgin coconut oil, nutritional yeast, sea salt and paprika, Lily Puffs taste like a healthier version of cheese puffs—but with no actual cheese. With no sugar, these are a crunchy snack that satisfy, without any guilt. (Price is for six one-ounce packs.)

Working Girls Co
Lady Fair Papers
$4

Referencing a very specific character's very specific invention from '90s cult movie "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion," these Lady Fair rolling papers are functional with a side of fun. With 32 papers in each pack, these king-sized pink papers are made for legal herbal use only and offer "twice the taste in half the time, for the girl on the go."

3x1
Joe Doucet Collaboration Jeans
$395

Collaborating with award-winning designer Joe Doucet, NYC-based 3x1 wanted to reinvent current-day five-pocket jeans. The design—first crafted for workmen—has been reimagined with our tech-saturated lives in mind. Thus, these jeans boast several pragmatic yet thoughtful features—from microfiber pockets that help clean and protect devices to a larger coin pocket made for credit cards (which is also lined with RFID-blocking fabric) and a 3M reflective strip to keep you safe while commuting. Made for all genders, these jeans are carefully crafted from 12-ounce stretch selvedge denim from Kurabo, Japan and feel as good as they look.

Filson
Dog Retrieving Toy
$25

From its blaze orange colorway to the FDA-approved food-grade polymer composition, Filson's Dog Retrieving Toy stands out from the rest. Its greatest attribute, however, stems from the fact that it was developed with scientists at Auburn University. They designed a toy that offers less occlusion—or blockage—to dog's breathing. This means more fun for longer.

SOPHNET
Patchwork Bandana Shorts
$249

Designed to sit just above the knee, these paisley shorts make a statement, despite their classic silhouette. With an elastic waistband and two pockets at the front and back, they're practical in their own way, but there's also nothing else quite like them—thanks to their blue, black, red and white patchwork flair.

Spiegel & Grau
Beastie Boys Book
$50

From two of the three Beastie Boys themselves—AD-ROCK (Adam Horowitz) and Mike D (Mike Diamond)—comes a wildly comprehensive retrospective on the iconic trio. Telling the tale of how they—of course with the beloved MCA who passed away in 2012—went from teen punk rockers when they formed in 1981 to hip-hop legends (with a few stops via jazz, funk, experimental and more along the way) the "Beastie Boys Book" also features contributions from Amy Poehler, collaborator Spike Jonze, Luc Sante and others. In addition to the memoir components and rare photos, the tome features a graphic novel, a map of Beastie Boys' New York, cookbook and more. The book is as much of an amalgamation as the band itself.

Black Ember
Citadel Modular Backpack
$255

Complete with modular accessories that instantly lock into place thanks to nifty magnetic hardware, Black Ember's CITADEL modular backpack can be customized to suit all your adventures. There are pouches, a range of straps, and a contoured back panel that sits carefully on the back to maintain comfort, no matter how much is jammed inside. Plus, its proprietary laser-cut and bonded construction means that everything remains bone dry, even after a downpour.

Ten Speed Press
A Burger to Believe In
$30

Famous for his Bar Tartine burger, chef Chris Kronner is somewhat obsessed with perfecting the great American food. Available to pre-order now, Kronner's debut book "A Burger to Believe In: Recipes and Fundamentals" includes more than just recipes; it also takes a dive into the philosophy, magic and art of the burger. The hardcover is also full of bold designs and colors that avoid the somewhat cliché style that have permeated cookbooks over the past few years.

Only NY
Flower Shop T-Shirt
$38

Made from 100% ringspun cotton, Only NY's "Flower Shop" T-shirt (new for the upcoming season) is available in three summery colorways: navy on pink, white on green, or purple on white. Garment-dyed and in a boxy shape, it's made for all genders. Of course as with all of the LES-based brand's goods, it celebrates New York City in its own sweet way.

Mondaine
SBB Classic Watch
$225

Anyone who has traveled through Switzerland will recognize the iconic Swiss Railway clock design featured once again on a Mondaine watch. This time, however, the brand's accented their pieces with vibrant genuine leather straps in bright red, yellow and blue. To further the design nuance, each strap features tone-in-tone stitching and eyelet patterns. We've long loved Mondaine Swiss watches and these 40mm pieces—with stainless steel matte brushed cases—exemplify why.

Atelier Editions
"An Atlas of Rare + Familiar Colour" (Special Edition)
$55

Possessing more than 2500 of the world's rarest and most spectacular pigments, The Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies at the Harvard Art Museums has an undeniably stunning collection of color. With 200 color illustrations, this special edition of "An Atlas of Rare + Familiar Colour" explores these pigments as artifacts—explaining their origins, compositions, uses and symbolism in a fascinating and visually striking hardback.

Cool Material
"Die Mosquitoes" Candle
$23

Handmade in New Jersey, these "Die Mosquitoes" citronella candles offer some dark humor and retro styling along with their practicality. Made from 100% soy wax, each will burn for around 80 hours, so most summertime grilling and picnics should be bug-free.

Taschen
Stanley Kubrick Photographs
$70

At age 17, Stanley Kubrick joined the staff of Look magazine as a photographer. Long before he'd make some of the most important films in cinematic history, he captured thousands of humanist imagery that captured New York City in the mid-1940s. Now, 300 of these images appear in Taschen's "Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs" and they more than allude to the genius that was soon to unfold. The book's release coincides with an exhibition of the same name at the Museum of the City of New York, running 3 May through 28 October.

Moon Juice
SuperYou Supplements
$49

Venice, CA shop Moon Juice is well-known for their "Dusts"—powdered herb blends to add to a daily routine and enhance specific areas where you're feeling the slump. The taste can be intense for some, so their newly launched capsuled supplements should go down easier. SuperYou aims to help the body cope with stress and fatigue by normalizing cortisol levels—when you don't have time to visit the spa or therapist.

Dyson
Pure Cool Tower Fan
$550

The latest from Dyson does more than circulate air through an entire room—it also purifies it in the process. With an LCD screen to report pollutants and react, and an app for users to monitor the process even when away from home, it's the smartest of its kind. Altogether it captures 99.97% of microscopic allergens and pollutants in a room. As expected, the fan is quite powerful too; shuffling more than 77 gallons or air per second.

Topo Designs + FRONTEER
Quick Pack
$89

Crafted to be worn across the body or around the waist, Topo Designs + FRONTEER's new Quick Pack is made for summertime adventure. Complete with top carry-handles, this versatile bag can go from the great outdoors to the office. With a main zippered compartment and an outer pocket, it can carry up to six liters. Plus, for those biking around town, there's a light attachment loop. And the super-durable materials keep everything safe inside.

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