These sleek stone trivets protect your table while making a design statement at the same time. Water jet-cut from different types of granite and marble, the hexagons and pentagons have leather bottoms inscribed with Fort Standard's insignia.
Double-down on game night with Poketo's shiny set of Gold Playing Cards. The standard deck of cards is made from a durable plastic, so your winning hand will remain spill-proof even in the rowdiest game of Go Fish. Each set is made in Japan and comes with the standard 52 cards plus two jokers.Even when you lose, it'll feel like you won.
In many ways, Swiss watchmaker Jaquet Droz's Grande Seconde Quantieme Silver Côtes de Genève epitomizes the brand. At the watch's core, there's a proprietary Jaquet Droz 2660Q2, self-winding mechanical movement powering an off-center hours and minutes dial, and a large seconds subdial (fashioned in the brand's signature figure eight). On the surface, however, there are refined flourishes aplenty: from the Côtes de Genève finish of the face to the brilliant blue hands.
Bring poolside vibes along on any adventure—even in the cold—with Schönstaub’s POOL Beach Towel. Made in Germany, the 100% cotton towel bears the vibrant brush of palm trees surrounded by glittering swimming pool water. Each towel is delivered in a Schönstaub sack—for easy grabbing-and-going on spontaneous beach days.
Made by hand, East Surf Company’s Warm Water Wax—formulated for 64 to 74-degree water temperatures—will keep your board grippy while searching for warmer waves. Each bar is formed from an original blend of organic wax, and they’ve been purposely shaped with an ergonomic crescent grip for an even spread. East’s surf wax is also available for cold and tropical waters. Sold in packs of three.
Whether you pile them higher and higher Jenga-style, or just have them roaming on your office desk, these wooden cats require no feeding—just regular play. Each set comes with six curious kittens in realistic poses: yawning, stretching, reaching, walking, you name it. Note that the pieces are pretty tiny—so it's for the older feline lovers who won't accidentally swallow one.
Made by These Are Things, this red embroidered iron-on love-heart "Nope" patch is made for Mondays and introverts. Measuring two inches by two inches, it's a sweet and salty way to wear your heart on your sleeve.
The latest single malt Scotch wonder from The Macallan, Edition No. 1 is the inaugural product in what will become an annual limited edition release. Containing portions of whisky matured across eight unique, hand-selected European and American oak cask styles (and sizes), the resulting flavor profile yields light vanilla and caramel notes up front, with spice to the finish and a hint of something delightfully sour.
Centered around the simple concept of "make happy," Buddy crafts effortless products for everyday use—and their Ear Tote Backpack is a prime example. It’s as basic as a backpack can get, yet there’s something about the Ear Tote's design that elevates it to the next level—whether that be its slate grey hue, velour suede bottom paneling or Togichi vegetable-tanned leather detailing. The Japan-made bag's unique stout shape and top tote handles add extra portability.
Taiwan-based design studio, Ystudio, builds minimalistic pens and pencils from sturdy metals like copper and brass. Their Brassing Series ballpoint pen is coated with a black paint that wears down with use, eventually revealing an underlying luster in a patina that’s unique to each writer. Purposely scraping it off can even add instant personalization. It’s a beautiful and clever process that’ll make you want to swear off keyboards forever.
Outerknown’s Evolution Trunk 19 board shorts are born from the very oceans they’re meant to explore. They’re cut from 100% ECONYL fabric, which—through a specialized production process—has been woven together from recycled fishing nets and ocean waste. If sustainability wasn’t already a worthy enough reason to wear them, they also come in an eye-catching abstract floral pattern.
Dedicated to the centuries-old practice of Sukumo indigo-dyeing, this bandana by Japan-based brand Buaisou depicts the very process by which it’s made. Each of the 100% cotton bandanas are hand-sewn and hand-dyed by Bouaisou, who promises ethical farming practices. If you wish to make your own bandana, Buaisou also offers indigo dyeing classes at their workshops.
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.
Sporting their signature starry insignia, Fredericks & Mae’s handsome Beach Tennis set is a perfect way to enjoy the beach without getting wet—especially if the water's too cold. Made from baltic birch and cork, each kit comes with two paddles, a ball and drawstring carry bag—with replacement balls available upon request. Pick up one set for a friendly match between mates, or two for a competitive game of doubles.
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.