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Trees For The Future
Plant A Tree
$0

If you want to offset your carbon footprint or a friend's, Trees for the Future can help. TTF works with communities in environmentally at risk areas, giving them seeds and teaching them how to restore tree cover to their lands, which helps to preserve traditional livelihoods. For $100 they will plant 1,000 trees.

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Aelfie Oudghiri
Cool Bananas Pillow
$59

Brooklyn-based Aelfie Oudghiri offers up plenty of playful designs through her cushions and rugs, but our favorite is this 16"x16" "Cool Bananas" pillow. The three sunglasses-wearing bananas hand-embroidered on the pale blue fabric bring a dash of color, humor and fun to any room.

Upstate
Hand-Dyed Silk Shirt Dress
$370

Brooklyn-based Upstate makes tie-dye utterly covetable and sophisticated with their new summer collection. Mixing shibori hand-dye techniques with marbling and digital printing, the made-in-USA brand offers kaleidoscopic sarongs, culottes and dip-dyed sweatshirts. Their vibrant Mandarin-collared Maria silk button down dress will be turning heads at any rooftop barbecue this season—and no two will look exactly the same.

Salvage Audio
Reclaimed Wood Bluetooth Speaker
$290

In complete contrast to the cheap, mass-produced plastic speakers that clutter the aisles at convenience stores are the unique crafted pieces by Salvage Audio. Each of their Bluetooth speakers are handmade in California from reclaimed wood that has a story: whether it used to be a family's redwood fence or secondhand pine shipping boxes. Even when the music stops, the speakers are just beautiful works of design to rest your eyes on.

Georgia Perry
Larry David Enamel Pin
$15

From Georgia Perry's newest collection of enamel pins comes the Larry David. Perfectly capturing David's trademark furrowed brow and unimpressed expression, Perry's pin is 30mm by 30mm and packaged in a protective bio-degradable cello sleeve—ready to be placed on your favorite bag or lapel to show the world just how awkward everything is.

Scottie Store
Woven Chambray Bed Linen
$300

As it's made from 100% French flax linen, bedding from Australia's Scottie Store is not only ultra-comfortable, but far more breathable than other sheets due to its loose weave. Available in Queen or King, these chambray and stone-colored sheets will appeal to denim lovers and enthusiasts of subtle but interesting design.

Shapeways
Poop Emoji Bottle Opener
$50

One of the best loved and commonly used emoji—the smiley poop—has been made into a bottle opener by designers Eric Ho and Kostika Spaho and the team at 3D printing service and marketplace, Shapeways. Available in a rainbow of colors as well as a range metallics, our pick is the perfectly ironic brushed gold.

Onia
Shaw Technical Jacket
$285

Swimwear brand Onia is gradually dipping its toes into everyday apparel—and their Shaw Technical Jacket checks all the boxes. Made from the same high-performing fabric as their swim shorts, the cotton-nylon jacket is lined with sturdy but soft mesh, has an abundance of pockets, and is super packable.

Du Zen!
Lavender Backpack
$475

Unlined and made from natural leathers, this minimalist lavender backpack boasts brass hardware and a zippered internal pocket. With adjustable straps, this bag (also available in nude or pale blue) is both functional and femme.

Two Hills
Little Star Ear Jacket
$99

From the independent Melbourne-based designer's SOAK collection is this sweet "ear jacket," a delicate attachment that can be added to any stud-style earring. Essentially acting as a back for a stud, this three-pronged treat is adorned with starbursts.

John Derian + Astier de Villatte
Glazed Apple Plate
$82

NYC-based artist and designer John Derian, best known for his nature and vintage-inspired découpage pieces, has collaborated with Parisian ceramics brand Astier de Villatte for a match made in heaven, as they both draw inspiration from "things forgotten." One of the highlights among the handmade collection of candles, vases, tableware and more is this beautifully glazed terracotta apple plate. Revisit our interview with Derian in our CH Video archive.

EXOvault
Gold-Plated Sunglasses
$425

Brooklyn artist collective EXOvault has become known for their steampunk iPhone cases, as they're not afraid to play with aluminum, brass or titanium. Now they've launched their first eyewear design, which they manufacture themselves. A closer look at the frame shows the grooves of the machining marks—evidence of the process involving around 500,000 individual cuts into a solid block of metal. Both unique and understated, the Kingsland frame comes in various metallic shades, but we fell in love with the gold.

TED Books
The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings
$11

Following his enthralling 2014 TED Talk, Marc Kushner of Architizer has crafted the latest addition to the TED Books library. To explore how media influences architecture around the world Kushner focuses on 100 high-concept structures, ranging from an inflatable concert hall to a smog-eating hospital. Ultimately the 176-page hardcover shows how an informed society has joined the conversation concerning how buildings can best serve the social and ecological environments that surround them.

Begüm Khan
Evil Eye Cufflinks
$440

Inspired by her childhood surrounded by stunning and rare artworks and objects, Turkish designer Begüm Kiroglu's affinity with the Ottoman style and all things Istanbul is echoed in these cufflinks. The opulent accessories boast plenty of sapphires, are handmade in Istanbul and will no doubt be a conversation-starter at any event.

The Club of Odd Volumes
Emerald Garden Sheet Set
$240

These 300 thread count bed sheets set will brighten any bedroom, no matter how gloomy the weather outside might be. Designed in Melbourne and digitally printed on 100% cotton, The Club of Odd Volumes' Emerald linen celebrates nature—with no weekly watering necessary.

The Arrivals
Lassen Suede Jacket
$485

NYC's The Arrivals have just released a women's jacket that is as stunning as it is functional. The pink suede Lassen's design was inspired by the classic denim jacket, is a little boxy and boasts oversized buttons. Most impressive though: it's waterproof.

Opho
Keys
$99

From the makers of gTar (a digital guitar that works with an iPhone to make learning it much, much easier) comes Keys. The minimalist keyboard has 24 keys that light up but also respond to gestures; for example, wave your hand to the left to transpose down an octave. Beginners can teach themselves piano through the complementary app, while producers and electronic music artists will enjoy Keys' portability and modular aspects on the road.

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