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Present & Correct
1970s Desk Calendar
$47

London-based Present & Correct, purveyors of new and old office items, have sourced a unique vintage desk calendar from the '70s that's reminiscent of friendly flip clocks. This one can be used year after year (no batteries required, as it's a hand-powered rolling mechanism), but you'll have to learn how to read months and days in Swiss, Dutch or Portuguese—the languages it's available in.

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Melopepo
Boob Necklace
$48

Available in either solid sterling silver or 14K gold fill, this simple but sweet boobie necklace from Melopepo isn't just an accessory—20% of profits go to the ACLU and Planned Parenthood, so your purchase helps support people all over the country. This simple shape is also used in Melopepo's earrings and rings and, thanks to them being handmade, each one is slightly different—just like the real thing.

Realm
Space Case Clutch
$45

If you, like us, are still jazzed about the discovery of the exoplanet system known as TRAPPIST 1, this very cute clutch is perfect for you. With plenty of space inside for all your treasures, this pouch is made of canvas and embroidered with lots of colorful planets and stars. Fully lined, it measures 11 by nine inches.

Raging Bush
Embroidered Denim Jacket
$80

Not your average embroiders, Brooklyn's Raging Bush aims to apply their skills to messages of empowerment. Their range of "Feminist" denim jackets proclaim a wearer's respect for women and the feminist movement. It's a powerful word that needs reinforcement and in three customizable stitching styles and with three pink color options, Raging Bush has you covered.

Misen
Paring Knife
$30

Misen launched its $65-but-feels-like-$200 Japanese AUS-8 high-carbon stainless steel chef's knife back in 2015 (not to mention the lifetime sharpening that's included), and they've finally debuted its trusty sidekick: a mean, well-made paring knife that will have you peeling and mincing like a ninja. Now cutting up those perfect orange wedges for cocktails will be a breeze.

The Ethical Silk Company
Mulberry Silk Lounge Pants
$150

If you can’t bear to dive in the sheets fully nude, these gossamery lounge pants are your best bet for sleeping as close to naked as possible. Made from incredibly soft 100% mulberry silk—in a unique, laborious process during which silkworms are not harmed—this wide-leg piece is un-dyed to complete its close-to-nature appeal. Part of the profits go to two worthy charities.

Papershoot
CROZ DIY Digital Camera
$140

Taking photography back to the basics, the CROZ DIY Digital Camera only features two buttons: the on/off also acts as the shutter clicker and then one other switch selects photo effects. The design might sound simple—and it is, in a way. The clear acrylic case, however, means that the camera's insides are visible. Two extra lenses (fish-eye and wide-angle) are also included with this purchase.

Care/of
Personalized Daily Vitamin Pack
$5

Made from the highest quality ingredients, Care/of vitamins and supplements are tailored to your needs and delivered to your door each month. All you need to do is take a quick survey online about your health, concerns and goals. This is a subscription box with your wellness being the utmost importance. Prices vary. Care/of is also offering CH readers 50% off their first month with the code: COOLHUNTING.

Bloom + Grace
Flamingo Tassel Drop Earrings
$65

Handmade in Thailand from cotton and brass, Bloom + Grace's Flamingo tassel drop earrings contribute to social good just as much as personal style. The brand partners with local artisans across the globe, employing people in developing nations. Further, through a partnership with the United Nations Foundation's Shot@Life campaign, each purchase made through Bloom + Grace translates to vaccinations for children in these countries—with a purchase of these earrings alone translating to six vaccinations. The Flamingo tassel drop earrings might be our favorite, but there are dozens of (sometimes limited edition) jewelry pieces for sale.

Dusen Dusen
Set of Four Bath Towels
$135

Made from 100% terry cotton, these colorful and mismatched towels will make bath time fun for kids and adults alike. Measuring 28 by 52 inches, they're two-tone reversible as well. Each set of four comes with one white and gray grid print, one yellow and white dot print, lilac and white shadows print and white and blue pivot print.

Jellycat
Cyril the Sloth Toy
$33

If you're not able to get a cuddle from a real sloth, this little guy from Jellycat is the next best thing. Measuring 17 inches tall, the sloth is soft and floppy—made for naps and hugs on days when they're need. And, if your child is a bit messy, the sloth is hand-washable.

de Museum Winkel
Panacea Prola Butterfly
$16

From the Netherlands' taxidermy and entomology hub, de Museum Winkel, comes a stunning array of stuffed butterflies—including this bright blue Panacea prola. Originating in Peru, this insect, known also as the red flasher or Prola beauty, stretches four centimeters in length. It's quite delicate and, of course, no two will be exactly the same. Importantly, all animals come from zoos or farms where they died of natural causes. (Price is in Euros.)

A Love Supreme
Protea Fabric Napkins
$160

Decorated with Protea (a bold flower native to South Africa), these fabric napkins will jazz up you next dinner party. The orange, white and green flowers—which represent growth and change—are printed on 220gsm cotton twill and are available in sets of two. Price is in ZAR.

Kaye Blegvad
"Female Support System" Hooks
$45

Giving a new meaning to the term "female support system," these brass hooks will take on some of your load. They are made in the USA (laser-cut and hand-finished) and can hold lightweight coats, towels, jewelry and more. Measuring three inches tall, they are sold individually or as a pair.

People I've Loved
Practical Love Spell Card
$5

This sweet white and purple letter-pressed greeting card offers a very practical love spell to make your Valentine fall for you. With sensible magic like "be on time," "listen" and "brush your teeth," the advice seems perfectly practical, but oftentimes this kind of common knowledge isn't so common. Follow the easy spell and there's no way your Valentine's Day can go belly up.

Vasque
Lost 40 Snow Boots
$143

Stomping through the slush and snow doesn't mean cold or wet feet thanks to these super-light and comfortable boots by Vasque. Constructed from leather, an UltraDry Waterproofing system, felted wool liner and AeroGel insulating foam—which all contribute to a functional and cozy mukluk-style boot, with plenty of contemporary tech.

Third Drawer Down + Frances Cannon
"Into Myself Always" Tote
$30

A strong advocate for the self-love club, Melbourne-based artist Frances Cannon teamed up with Third Drawer Down for this very sweet, pale pink tote. Featuring an illustration of a woman with tags on different parts of her body all saying "Beautiful" on one side, the other side of the bag boasts everybody's new mantra, "Into Myself Always." Measuring 8.3 by 11.4 inches, this tote is available exclusively at Third Drawer Down. (Price is in AUD.)

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