Frances Cannon's "Dancing Ladies"-themed illustrations have been a longtime favorite of Melbourne-based studio Third Drawer Down, and now they've put the artwork on a dish towel. Made from a cotton/linen blend, this pink towel celebrates all kinds of women's bodies and is sure to make doing the washing up much more entertaining.
This cane sugar body polish can be used all year 'round, but it's invaluable during the winter. Gently exfoliating, REN's Moroccan Rose Otto Sugar Body Polish doesn't leave skin feeling stripped or dry, rather it will feel silky smooth and nourished (thanks to olive and almond oils) and slightly rose-scented. The fragrance is 100% natural, and the dense scrub is also suitable for vegans.
With a career that spanned 50+ years, Ward Bennett's eye for elegance and minimal style was (and remains) undeniable. Known as a designer and artist who helped define an era, Bennett worked with clients including Sasaki, Japan, Chase, David Rockefeller, Tiffany & Co, and more—creating everything from furniture to flatware, jewelry to textiles. This lovely hardcover book explores his work across 280 pages and 300 illustrations—some of which have never been published.
With silver letters reading "I ♥ U" hot-stamped directly onto leather, BYREDO's brand new travel case has been made in a limited edition just for Valentine's Day. The buttery leather is scratch-resistant, and the case's magnetic closure means it won't slip off easily in your bag. Just the right size for a 12-ml bottle of perfume, this case is also available in plain burgundy, black or beige if you're a little more quiet with your proclamations of love.
Beyond the expected warmth and softness of a clothing article composed of 30% cashmere and 70% superfine merino wool, the Sweet Shawl Neck Sweater delivers a series of unexpected attributes. From the relatively new menswear brand Lords of Harlech, the sweater is predominantly an intricately patterned two-color twist. It's thick but yields an elegant fit. And, there's an intarsia knit-in elbow patch in green and blue (not visible in the photo).
This white kettle from Tokyo-based designer Makoto Koizumi's "Kaico" series is subtle and stylish. Made from enamel-coated steel, it features a beechwood handle and maple knob, altogether creating an attractive but warm contrast. This lovely piece holds 49 fluid ounces. The "Kaico" series also boasts a butter warmer, saucepan and more.
If the new year has gotten off on the wrong foot and you're already feeling overwhelmed, aromatherapy can make a difference in transforming your headspace. Vitruvi's pre-blended essential oil bottles are slightly easier than mixing a bunch of separate ingredients yourself, and each blend has its own inspired mood or place. The Quiet blend (ylang ylang, geranium, amyris, clary sage) is great for recharging your mental batteries.
Available in three colorways (sky blue, forest green and pink) NOAH NY's Floral Dot Bandana applies a bit of flair to a classic accessory. Crafted from 100% cotton, each bandana is made in the Shingora factory in India, which recycles all its water, and pays for the education of its workers' children.
The limited edition nude version of the Photodarium is free of pornography cliches and stereotypes, but full of contemporary artistic takes on eroticism. Not safe for work (or kids, or conservative friends) it features several artists' work across its 380 tear-away pages. Price is in Euros.
Made for iPhone 7/8/X (and their Plus versions) this leather wallet is a classic design, crafted for modern needs. Lined with gray microsuede, its outer is buttery vegetable-tanned leather and Hardgraft says it's their slimmest wallet so far. With space inside for three or four credit cards, cash and (of course) your mobile phone, there's also a half-moon cut-out at the back for charging cords and easy access.
With 40 hours of burn time, this natural wax, hand-poured candle continuously smells divine. Floral notes of neroli and lilac are balanced against heavier fragrances, including tobacco and cedar. The black and white vessel, with a bold font, makes for a sophisticated but playful item. Price in British Pounds.
Made from 100% viscose, this Lanvin button-down looks—at first—like a corny Hawaiin shirt, but gaze a little longer and you'll see it's a Jurassic-themed delight. Covered in prehistoric creatures, the shirt features a patch pocket and split seams—adding a little sophistication to the playful design.
Available at their Los Angeles pop-up (and online), EVERYBODY.WORLD's Grandfather T-Shirt is composed of 100% cotton French Terry. It's stylish but timeless, invoking the clothes of yesteryears with its name and silhouette and yet ultimately delivering something present day. It's part of the brand's Contributor Collection, which is designed piece-by-piece by regular people—who are clearly out of the ordinary.
It might seem strange that an acclaimed NYC restaurant group would put out a collaborative product with an Italian sneaker brand. And yet one glimpse at the peach-colored classic lace-up 2750 Sant Ambroeus sneakers from Superga and all concerns dissipate. In fact, not only are the cotton and natural rubber shoes good looking, they're durable and comfortable. As far as limited edition footwear goes, these are highly desirable.
Be it a tidal wave or a banyan tree, a "space container" and more, the hand-drawn and painted works of Jerry Garcia come to life again in Terrapin Stationers' new limited edition coloring book. There are eight Garcia works that can be colored any which way—and all of them leave substantial room for the imagination. Printed in West Haven, CT, it's an adult coloring book for a Grateful Dead super-fan or anyone looking to expand their mind. Matching colored pencil set also available.
With an 18-ounce capacity, Harold Import Company's Penguin Shaped Cocktail Shaker makes for a whimsical, arguably elegant way to mix a drink. Drinks aren't supposed to be boring, so bar tools shouldn't either and this stainless steel shaker does everything one needs it to and more.
Inspired by Bruce Lee and designed by Arran Gregory, Ghostly International's yin yang symbol has already appeared on T-shirts and pins. Now, the design has found its way onto what the brand calls a dad hat. Made from garment washed twill, the black and white cap has a side buckle and matches almost everything.