Hide those unsightly cords with Restoration Hardware's Double Charging iPhone tray. Whether you're coupled up or just have two devices to charge, this streamlined wooden dock will keep you charged. Constructed from a solid block of walnut, which neatly hides that mess of tangled cords on the bedside table, this elegant docking station is so beguiling, we doubt you will ever again forget to charge your phone.
Made using only non-GMO ingredients, Onesto crackers are super-crunchy, and delicious—which might be seemingly impossible to many, as they are also gluten-free. Free of bleached sugars and preservatives, the variety pack includes different flavors like rosemary, sea salt and ancho chile. They'll make an unexpected and tasty treat for even the gluten-tolerant at your next cheese and wine party.
Made in the USA, these limited edition 14K gold cufflinks portray the visage of Star Wars' iconic villain, Darth Vader. With a new Star Wars film on the horizon (and the back catalog of films some of the best-loved of all time), these are not only relevant but they dress up nicely—while lending a bit of edge. As a final detail, the cufflink backs are adorned with the Galactic Empire Insignia. All you need is the Imperial March to play as you enter a room.
Treat someone special to a Michelin-starred meal without ever visiting a restaurant, with Daniel Humm's The NoMad Cookbook. Inside, elegant photography and detailed recipes treat home cooks to the very dishes the acclaimed NYC-based chef dreams up at his award-winning restaurant. As an additional surprise, it even comes with a second cocktail recipe book hidden within false pages.
Skye Chalmers and Tina Hartell—the duo behind Bobo’s Mountain Sugar—refuse to cut corners when it comes to their Vermont Dark Maple Syrup. Each spring, they harvest sap from roughly 2,500 trees, boiling down 55 gallons to produce just one gallon of the rich, liquid gold. Pour it over homemade pancakes or, better yet, mix it with ginger, apple cider vinegar and cold water for a refreshing Vermont Switchel.
Handmade to order in Berlin, Fräulein Kink's subtle but sexy Justine blindfold comes with gold or silver accents and works with more than just your sight—the soft fringing also awakens your sense of touch. With black velvet trim, a satin ribbon tie closure and the brand's engraved heart logo, it can also be styled as a hair accessory if you're feeling bashful.
Not only are Eataly's wooden pasta utensils traditional (so you can make dishes like your nonna), they're also good looking enough that you'll be proud to display them in your kitchen. The Pasta Tool Kit from the already iconic Italian marketplace is exclusively available at MoMA Store, and comes complete with two ravioli presses, a gnocchi- and a spaghetti-maker. The set even contains four recipes—charming Italian accent not included.
Brooklyn-based artist Penelope Gazin has the perfect patch to support your local girl gang—or indeed rep your very own. Spelled out in snakes, lipstick, knives and bones, the playful pink patch bears fair warning that you walk with back-up in tow. The 2.25-inch-wide patch is available for bulk ordering—depending on how deep your gang rolls.
There's certainly a power to patterns, and it's all on view in "PATTERNITY: A New Way of Seeing." Not just a collection of images, the book features in-depth research on how patterns shape our world. All of its fascinating insight hails from PATTERNITY, an award-winning design duo founded by art director Anna Murray and surface designer Grace Winteringham.
With Light’s googly-eyed, multi-lensed camera—the L16—quantity and quality exist simultaneously. When taking a photo, the camera’s whopping 16 different lenses fire a once, piecing together a massive 52-megapixel image, and it’s all controlled through a user-friendly operating system and touchscreen. The first-of-its-kind camera is now available for pre-order, with plans to deliver during the summer of 2016.
Self-taught British designer Tom Dixon stirs up nostalgia for afternoon tea rituals with his golden six-piece Form Tea Set that includes a teapot, tea caddy, sugar dish, jug, a handleless milk jug and tray. The Form Jug, made from spun brass then dipped in gold wash for a slight matte look, holds the liquid refreshment of your choice. The handle is wrapped in leather for a striking yet elegant contrast.
For feminists of all genders, this 100% cotton black denim jacket offers a boxy fit and an important message of independence to the world. Emblazoned with the words "Property of No One," the jacket's decoration is sweetened up with a red rose, but isn't sugar-coating anything. Since each piece is made to order, buyers should allow around 10 days until shipping.
Kapital’s love for eccentric Japanese style is more apparent than ever in their “Chag-A-Lug” bandana. They’ve dug into the history books for inspiration and came back with a risqué idea to depict the practice of “night crawling”—where young lovers would sneak into each other’s rooms looking for late night action—on an otherwise understated blue and white accessory. Each of Kapital’s bandanas are single run and limited edition.
Wallow in your apathy and self-pity with Mean Folk's adorably depressing "Why Even Try" patch. The hand-shaped embroidered patch can be sewn or ironed onto your favorite denim jacket or tote bag. If you can be bothered, that is.
Portland-based FINEX, with humble origins on Kickstarter, is now one of the very few American companies making cast iron cookware. With deeper walls than the average skillet, this compact 8" one from FINEX is best for browning meats and sautéing vegetable side dishes, but can handle anything from breakfast to blackberry crumbles. The octagonal design makes it much easier to pour sauce or cooking liquids from almost any angle. For more options, there's also a grill pan version to get your BBQ on even in colder weather.
Nobody said thermometers needed to be embedded with complex algorithms to be smart. Best Made Co.’s Weather Station is incredibly clever—and it’s completely analog. Two needles report on temperature and relative humidity—gauging the “feel” of the room rather than stats—and let you know when the weather is "just right." Better yet, the station is housed in solid brass that will take on a life of its own over time. Now that’s smart.
With AARK Collective's Classic Yolk watch, it's all about balance. Despite what initially reads as a minimal design, the personality behind the piece hails from more than just its vibrant color. The geometry of the hands and details upon the face make it something more, but never too much. And while it's punchy outside, inside you'll find a Japanese quartz movement, protected by a stainless steel case that keeps it water- and shock-resistant.