Bird Feet Candlesticks $395
These creepy oxidized bronze candlesticks designed by Lee Hale are the perfect gift for the person who loves something a little unusual in their home. Each pair includes a box of narrow candlesticks.
TLC200 Pro HDR Time Lapse Video Camera $255
This professional grade camera simplifies HDR timelapse photography and video production, packing loads of pro quality power into an affordable, easy to use package. With a monster-sized image sensor and 97 other sweet features, the Brinno TLC200 captures ultra-high dynamic range—115db, for crisp videos even in low-light or back-lit conditions.
Ace Hotel + Moscot
The Ace Sunglasses $275
New York's four-generation strong, family-run eyewear brand driven by 100 years of expertise, Moscot recently hooked up with Ace Hotels—the travel haven for the hip from Portland and Palm Springs to NYC—to create these limited edition sunglasses. Selling from Ace NYC and Moscot shops, pick up one of 400 pairs before they're gone.
Red Wing Heritage
Red Maple Ice Cutter Boots $380
Designed to give actual ice cutters a steady, warm platform to stand on all day, the aptly named Ice Cutter boot is insulated with wool and grounded by a thick lug sole for ice and snow. Both handsome and rugged at once, the sturdy boot is actually the first-ever boot designed by Red Wing specifically for wintry conditions.
Max Push Car $260
Designers at Sirch/Bitzer create furniture and toys as aesthetically pleasing as they are fun. Their Max Push Car comes straight from southern Germany's alpine foothills, is constructed from steam-bent ash and is finished with skid-free, silent wheels—so those irritable downstairs neighbors don't come a-knocking. This timeless toy holds up to any well-designed interior as it fulfills your child's need to get mobile; You'll barely have time to say a quick "auf Wiedersehen" before your little speed daemon is off to the races.
Terra New York
Winter Cape $385
Terra New York's semi-transparent, 100% waterproof jackets merge fashion with utility while keeping you dry—and looking good—during those cumbersome spring showers. This winter, they've added new capes, trench coats and parkas to their arsenal, which include a removable wool lining.
Indigo Sashiko Game Carrier Tote Bag $364
Constructed out of durable Japanese-woven Sashiko from textile experts, The-Hillside, and designed exclusively for the stylish gents at old-school Williamsburg menswear purveyor, Hickoree’s, the Colimbo “Game Carrier” Tote Bag is based on early 1900s bags, which regulated the amount of game one could hunt through limiting the quantity of contents they could hold. This handsome tote is sure to up your style as it tapers your packrat tendencies.
Melissa Joy Manning
Black Druzy Necklace $325
And now, a brief geology lesson: Ultra-glittery stone Druzy is created in a million-year-long geological process, when water containing minerals evaporates on the surface of other rocks and leaves behind a twinkling layer. Psychics believe the gem can remove energy blockages and allow us to discover our own inner light. Berkeley-based jeweler Melissa Joy Manning uses this semi-precious world wonder in her dazzling Black Druzy necklace, handmade from ethically sourced materials for a pendant as sustainable as it is stunning.
Fine Light Trading
Enamel Chief Rings $375
Mexican souvenir rings were originally cast from melted down pesos, as the currency had lost much value following the Mexican Civil War. In the 1940s, these rugged accessories earned a following amongst motorcycle enthusiasts on their journeys to the Mexican border. Today, Fine Light Trading, a one-man operation based out of Brooklyn, replicates these Mexicana turned Americana pieces with authentic design and quality craftsmanship. All rings are handmade to order and as much collector's items as the originals.
Ice Sculpture $580
"Getting iced" takes on a whole new meaning when one of Okamoto Studio's divine custom ice sculptures is involved. Flawlessly constructed and beautiful to behold, the temporal quality of this unexpected gift only adds to its physical and conceptual beauty. Crystalline, magical and as effervescent as it is evanescent, while the sculpture itself might melt away, the extreme impact of receiving something so sublimely beautiful will never fade. Delivers within New York's Tri-State area.
Antler Beer Tap $475
If having a seemingly endless supply of freshly tapped golden suds wasn't enough badassery for you, let us suggest this Deer Antler Skull Tap Tower. Brew connoisseurs with a backwoods sensibility will fawn over this tap tower, which combines an industrial steel pipe mechanism with a rustic white deer skull. Each frothy fill-up is much more satisfying from this tap, which was designed and hand assembled with love by the industrial folks at CabinFeverCraft, straight from the woods of Michigan.
Fliike Facebook Counter $390
For those whose self-worth is valued by how many likes received on Facebook, the Fliike Facebook Counter is for you. Easy to set up, the Fliike eliminates any need to log in for a confidence-boosting reminder of just how popular you or your business really are. This number flippin' gadget is the first of its kind, and is ready to bring joy and some solid momentum as you watch your fan base multiply. Like!
Iconic Red Bandana Print $99-499
Susan Kare’s work as a digital designer for Apple in the 1980s cemented many of her early designs into the collective technological conscious, and the body of her work provides an interesting window into the evolution of the icon. Composed in the pixel-laden style Kare is so well-known for, this limited edition Digital Bandanna is signed and numbered by the artist, and is as stunning to behold as it is technologically relevant.
iMac Aquarium $299
With new computers becoming archaic more immediately than ever before, luckily there are clever thinkers like Jake Harms in the world. From his humble and self-grown shop, Harms transforms would-be-discarded iMacs into aquatic wonderlands. Infinitely more entertaining than your typical screensaver, these upcycled aquariums bring a new perspective on how we use technology.
Deerfield Coat $428
Stately, stylish and cut to fit, Bonobos' military green Deerfield Coat is crafted from fine English-milled wool, with added horn buttons and a fused shawl collar for some real character.
Charity: Water $25
There is no better gift than the gift of giving back. Charity: Water has a clear mission to bring available clean drinking water to every person on earth. This holiday season, they partner with CLEAR Cambodia in an effort to provide 15,000 Cambodian families with BioSand filters, which transform dirty water found in Cambodian marshlands into drinkable hydration. A gift that not only brings joy through aiding others, but also forces us to not take this precious resource for granted, and realize our own good fortune in something as simple as the kitchen sink.