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Carven
Terrazzo Print iPad Mini Case
$75

Channeling the speckled ceramics of artisanal terrazzo floors, this plastic iPad Mini case is almost as durable as the real thing. Parisian label Carven—helmed by former Givenchy designer Guillaume Henry—is known for bold graphics, which are clearly just as striking strutting down the runway as they are protecting your mobile devices.

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Kid O
Mix + Match Animal Toys
$22

These three-piece set of animal toys encourage children to learn, but also explore their own imaginations and storytelling skills. A giraffe, lion and elephant can become an elliaffe or giraliphant or whatever they'd like, thanks to interchangeable ABS parts—made especially for little hands (ages two and up).

Christopher Kane
Lenticular Holographic Hearts Clutch
$525

Made from 55% leather and 45% plastic, this holographic heart-covered clutch by Scottish designer Christopher Kane is perfect for Valentine's Day—or any day. Crafted in Italy, it's a cute but bold accessory that offers a playful sense of movement and will match any good mood.

Bad Marlon
Deauville Pet House
$370

From South Korea-based brand Bad Marlon comes a set of minimalist, design-forward pet homes even humans with envy. Our favorite is the Deauville House, which is built from eco-friendly wood and held together by super-strong magnets, allowing for a quick and tool-free assembly. Cut-outs let pets peep into the outside world while a polyester cushion provides a comfy bed for them to snooze on.

Feit
Wool Hiker
$760

Like the rest of their offerings, Feit’s Wool Hiker is constructed from a seamless slab of leather that's shaped and assembled by hand. Sturdy and winterized, this boot comes with a high ankle collar and a warm wool lining to keep toes dry and cozy when the temperature drops. And due to its naturally dyed all-leather upper, it’ll only gain character with each adventure.

Third Drawer Down
Altered Antique Ceramic Plate + David Bowie
$56

For fans of Ziggy Stardust, this antique floral dinner plate is embellished with David Bowie's face. Charming and colorful, the blend of kitsch and Bowie's now-retro superfuture character is a delightful juxtaposition—one to look at, rather than eat your spaghetti off.

Parra
"Raining Cats" Shower Curtain
$30

Multi-talented Parra (whose work spans from graphic design to illustration, fine art, apparel and homeware) jazzes up the most depressing of homewares—the shower curtain—with his playful designs. Our pick is "Raining Cats," a 100% woven polyester curtain with a printed front that shows off the Dutch artist's signature style. Price is in Euros.

Tessel Supply
Jet Pack 2.0
$140

Sporting a tessellated, triangular upper paneling, the Jet Pack 2.0 is the successor to Tessel Supply's original Kickstarter offering. The sleek backpack features composite faceted panels and a faux fur laptop pocket and is made from PU-coated ripstop nylon, so electronics are protected from weather as well as bumps and drops. New orders will see a mid-February ship date.

J. Hannah + Winden
Fine Necklace
$290

Celebrate your favorite person with this collaboration necklace—made by jewelry designers and good pals Jess of J. Hannah and Becca of Winden. Their "Fine" necklace can represent all the versions of the word, and is available in 14k yellow, rose or white gold—so no matter your boo's style, one will be perfect.

Poketo
Smiley Face Socks
$18

Made from a comfort-forward blend of cotton, polyester and spandex, these cute kids' socks form a smiley face when put together. Available in peach or yellow colorways, the two size options aim to fit children aged between two and five years old. They look cheerful when worn, but also brighten up any clothesline.

Mercy-Merci
YES T-Shirt
$50

Your days will be full of positive vibes when you sport this rainbow-colored, screen-printed "YES" T-shirt from Mercy-Merci. Made from 180 GSM 100% cotton, the boxy fit is made for all shapes and genders and comes in M, L, XL and XXL. Perfect for a Monday when you feel like answering "no" to everything.

Ben Medansky
Ceramic Vessel
$160

A collaboration between CH favorite, LA-based Ben Medansky and Shop Cooper Hewitt, this speckled ceramic vessel can be used as a mug, catch-all or a vase. The eye-catching piece—like much of Medansky's work—blends natural, organic touches with bright colors and geometric shapes. Made entirely by hand, no two will be the same.

Ippodo Tea Co.
Kan-no-shiro Matcha Powder
$15

More than just a tea shop, Kyoto-based retailer Ippodo Tea Co. has specialized in the cultivation and blending of matcha, sencha and other Japanese teas for nearly three centuries. Their Kan-no-shiro 40g can of matcha powder is ground from shade-cultivated leaves and soothes with its full-bodied flavor and mellow sweetness. It’s an unfailing choice for green tea aficionados and newcomers alike.

UrbanStems
Three-Month Bouquet Subscription
$95

Breaking free from traditional florists and mega-sites, UrbanStems offers fresh-cut bouquets to city-dwellers at an affordable price point. Their three-month subscription delivers a different floral arrangement each month—with flowers harvested from Rainforest Alliance Certified and Veriflora Certified farms—making sure recipients will enjoy their flowers long after the holiday. They’re currently operating within NYC and Washington DC.

Comme des Garçons
Amazingreen Fragrance
$103

With notes of palm tree leaves, dew mist, white musk, green pepper and coriander seeds—to name a few—this “Amazingreen” unisex fragrance from Japanese label Comme des Garçons emits the alluring scent of the jungle, cut with the bitterness of spice and gunpowder. Made in France and available in 50mL, it comes bottled in a sleek metallic green container almost as attractive as the fragrance itself.

Massif Central
Jonas Wood Parrot Pattern Scarf
$350

Brooklyn-based Massif Central has just launched their latest collection of artist-designed scarves and has again worked with LA-based Jonas Wood. His aptly named "Parrot Pattern" scarf is 100% silk (like all MC's creations) and depicts the boldly colored, sweet birds perched on various lush greenery. Wear it or frame it, it's sure to brighten any gloomy day.

David Shrigley
Politicians Make Me Sick Skateboard
$150

The top of this skateboard has a natural wood finish, but the underside is all Shrigley. The British artist has, in his trademark style, embellished the deck with a simple illustration and a no-nonsense statement. Along with a green-faced man vomiting a purple mess come the words "Politicians make me sick." For riding or adorning your bedroom wall, this skateboard is one of 150 and ships from California.

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