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Owen & Fred
World's Greatest Laundry Bag

Scavenge for quarters, haul a heavy load down three flights, embarrassingly sort dirty gym clothes in semi-public space—and that's only the beginning. But we continue the task because the reward of clean undergarments far outweighs the hours lost amidst the machines. This sturdy bag is roomy enough for even the least frequent of launderers, and is sewn in Massachusetts from a natural army duck canvas, revered for its stench-rearing capabilities. Best of all, the sack is emblazoned with a mantra we can chant along with each spin of the dryer and try to understand where that other sock went: "You will feel great when this is all done." Amen.

Blue Blue Japan
Twill Stand Collar Shirt

Named for its love of all things indigo, Blue Blue Japan excels at designing simple, quality garments that have been enriched by the deep, dark hue. Their Twill Stand Collar shirt features mother of pearl buttons, a band collar and is a slim fit made from lightweight 100% cotton twill that's been dyed to a super-inky shade.

Mask Duo Set

Two face mask concoctions—one to detoxify and one to nourish—are included in Glossier's Mask Duo Set. With the invigorating Mega Greens Galaxy Pack your skin is delivered a refresher with bitter orange peel, avocado oil and more. In turn, the Moisturizing Moon Mask offers a soothing and relaxing makeover with shea butter, honey and aloe to nourish and moisturize. Each pack comes with six single-use pods of each mask and a super-soft headband.

KREWE du optic
St Louis Sunglasses

KREWE du Optic makes specs and sunglasses that are inspired by founder Stirling Barrett's passion for his hometown of New Orleans. Our pick for winter is the St Louis style shades in a new, appropriately icy colorway called White Linen. Handmade with Italian acetate, premium hinges and superior lenses to protect your peepers, these sunnies should last a long time—thanks to top-notch materials and style.

Circa Press
An Igloo on the Moon

Exploring the development of structures from early igloos to 3D-printing today, author David Jenkins has created an informative, visually stunning work on how and why we build things. While the narrative was crafted to appeal to younger minds, the topics of environmental awareness and sustainability, as well as artist Adrian Buckley's illustrations certainly resonate with children of all ages.

David Hochbaum
Village in a Can

Every few years, artist David Hochbaum takes the wood scraps left over from his homemade frames and turns them into something magical: little hand-painted houses that come grouped together in a set of 11, all shipped in a coffee can. Each house is numbered and signed and no two are ever the same. They're an entry-point to the artist's imaginative vision and are plenty of fun to set up and move around—whether it's the holidays or not.

Brooklyn Superhero Company

Only to be used for good, Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company has plenty of superpowers in stock, from Doom and Gloom to Omnipotence and Magnificence. Our pick is Chutzpah—a little extra nerve and audacity for when you most need it. Available in half pints or full gallons, purchasing powers from BSSCo doesn't just benefit yourself—each purchase supports 826NYC, an organization that offers creative writing and homework programs for NYC public school students.

9091 Water Kettle

Manufactured by Alessi, this stainless steel kettle has become the brand’s first multi-sensory design—warming tastebuds and stimulating eardrums. Unlike the ear-piercing screams of other kettles, this classic 1983 kettle by Richard Sapper produces a delightful melody when water reaches a boil—thanks to a brass whistle that sings two notes: “mi” and “si.” Its simple, notched handle also makes it a pleasure to pour.

Denver & Liely
Hand-Blown Whisky Glass

With a view in mind to maximize surface area and channel scent perfectly, Denver & Liely's hand-blown whisky glass makes the spirit within all the more rich. Its distinct shape also makes for a comfortable, sophisticated grip. And while it does wonders on whisky, it's an ideal design for all tipples.

Bang Bang Bang T-Shirt

"Wear what you care about." Each Prinkshop piece has a purpose, from supporting Planned Parenthood to empowering those suffering from addiction. The "Ban(g) Ban(g) Ban(g)" T-shirt ($35) benefits Everytown, an organization that's committed to ending gun violence, with 30% of profits being directed there. Spark action and discussion every day you wear it.

NOMOS Glashütte
Limited Edition Doctors Without Borders Watches

To recognize the charitable work of Doctors Without Borders, German watch brand NOMOS Glashütte has updated its Tangente and Tetra models—available to order with a velour beige or black cordovan leather strap—with a red “12” and small “Doctors Without Borders” inscription. With every purchase, NOMOS will donate $100 (or euros or pounds) directly to DWB's humanitarian efforts in crisis zones, which provides clean water, operations and medicines to those in need.

Superfight Classic Bundle

Superfight has taken the age old debate of "who would win in a fight?" and translated it into card-game form. Similar to Cards Against Humanity, players must build the most outrageous fighter from their hand (for example a pirate swinging a shark on a chain while riding a segway) and submit them to battle. It’s then up to everyone to hilariously argue over who would actually win the fight. The Superfight Classic Bundle comes with a core deck and five expansion packs for never-ending fun.

MoMA Store
Roy Lichtenstein Pocket Mirror

While very few will ever own an original Lichtenstein, this metal pocket mirror is based on the artist's 1970 work "Mirror #10." The double sided, snap closure mirror offers 1X and 2X magnification for functionality. But it's the reference to the artist's circular works from 1969 and 1972 that makes it something special.

Saint Atma
Atlantic Textile

A stand-out from design duo Saint Atma's Fall/Winter 2015 collection, the large Atlantic Textile is a versatile piece that can be wrapped around the shoulders, set on the table or bed, even hung on the wall. We love the unique rough softness of the raw silk that feels cozier than its fine silk counterpart; but it's the captivating hand-dyed patterns (done in Brooklyn) that make this extra special.

Classic OB T-Shirt

Made from cotton jersey that's sustainably grown in California's Central Valley, Olderbrother's classic OB T-shirt is designed in Portland and cut, sewn and dyed in LA. Each T-shirt is a little different—due to the dyeing process—but each boasts that glorious calming tone that indigo enthusiasts love. Available in XXS to XL for all genders and sizes.

The Hands Down Project
Palmistry Print Pillowcases

A collaboration between Melbourne-based label Per—Tim, artist Eloise Rapp and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre of Victoria, these palmistry print pillowcases are more than just cute decor. Designed, printed and manufactured in Melbourne, they are super-comfy (half cotton and half polyester) and with all profits donated to the Domestic Violence Resource Centre of Victoria, it's more than just you who will sleep better.

Keith Haring Original Vacuum Cup

For anyone familiar with Japanese pleasure toy design company Tenga's products, the Deep Throat Vacuum Cup is even more enjoyable than their well-known eggs. The hourglass shape (with central squeeze zone) works in tune with the pre-lubricated suction, making it easy to use as well as stimulating. Incorporating the famed pop artist's designs further demonstrates Tenga's commitments to all details of their products.

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