Classic Car Club Manhattan
Classic Car Club Membership $4,500
For those who fantasize about getting behind the wheel a 1969 Jaguar convertible, but aren't quite willing to make the investment, try the Classic Car Club Manhattan. A mecca for classic car enthusiasts, this club is an endless joyride for members, who can access an elite fleet of 40 of the most coveted vehicles of all-time. With membership priced at less than the cost of a monthly Manhattan parking spot, this car club will fulfill any Mustang fanatic or Lambo lover's wildest dreams.
Gather Brooch $4,200
Melanie Bilenker's heartbreakingly intimate vignette etched on a simple brooch is a one-of-a-kind accessory. The nude woman expresses something elusive on both sides of the enamel pin, both in her face and her sinewy pose.
Charles and Ray Eames
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, Ebony $5,789
A simple tweak in hue gives the already legendary Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman a brilliant new attitude. Ebony veneer and supple black MCL leather make this design classic as stunning as it is comfortable.
Key Log Rolling
The Key Log $2,150
Technological progress like those on a Key Log represent the best of what separates man from beast. Gone are the dark ages of treacherous, splintering logs in the middle of a lake—this 65-pound portable tube simulates the good old-fashioned fun of a log roll with special innovations to help control speed so kids can learn to balance while having a splash.
Authentic New York Hot Dog Vendor Cart $5,500
Ever since 1936 when Oscar Mayer rolled out the Wienermobile, the first mobile hot dog cart, sausage vendors have become an inextricable part of America's urban centers. This high-quality vendor cart is modeled after the same found on the streets of New York City and is perfect for backyards or business opportunities.
Ilan Dei Venice
Cruiser Tea Cart $1,300
Functional, beautiful and understated, Ilan Dei Venice's tea cart—with its powder-coated aluminum frame and corian wheels (with Buna-N tred)—rolls anywhere one might need cocktails. And the four colorways—ice, marigold, mint and pacific—are perfect for a casual but classy afternoon garden party
Magnum Jet Ski $105,548
Poseidon seems like a mere guppy next to the world's fastest and most beautiful water bobsled by the German company Stuttgart. Produced in a limited edition of 100, this bullet tears across the tide with such ferocious grace, it leaves in its wake whoever thought walking on water was the grooviest aquatic feat.
X2 Gagosian Edition Camera $2,999
Forged by a dreamy collaboration between Leica and contemporary art savant Larry Gagosian, the X2 Gagosian Edition Camera is limited to a mere 100 units. A camera as artistic as the photos it takes, its all-metal construction is finished with high-contrast white leather and black paint splatter, for an exterior design that is as stunning as the technology contained within.
Ceramic Speakers + Subwoofer $1,100
Joey Roth's elegant speaker and subwoofer combo offers balanced, bass-heavy sound in gorgeously designed vessels. All built from porcelain and Baltic birch, the set looks as terrific as it sounds.
Master Ultra Thin 41 $15,200
Jaeger-LeCoultre's development of ultra-thin calibres goes back to 1907, when Jaeger challenged LeCoultre to create the flattest mechanism of all time—and the 145 Calibre, only 1.38 mm thick, was born. Today, their expertise for creating slender watches lives on, as demonstrated by the Master Ultra Thin 41, which packs 28,800 vibrations per hour into a 7.4 mm case. Combined with the watches minimalist aesthetic, this stunning timekeeper is a study in refined elegance.
Atlantic Yachting Sailing Lessons $450
Give the gift of a unique experience by sending your friends on an trip down the Hudson. The New York skyline never looks better than when viewed from the deck of gorgeous yacht at sunset. Take $100 off the retail price with discount code "Holiday."
Buchla Electronic Musical Instruments
200e System 7 $29,999
Donald Buchla is undeniably a pioneer of electronic music. A contemporary of Robert Moog, he built his first voltage-controlled synthesizer in the '60s, which would provide nearly infinite possibilities of sounds to artists, and not limit them to musical notes in the equal temperament scale. Today, his modular systems are used by artists from Trent Reznick to Deadmau5 to create unpredictable sounds. The Buchla 200e series first launched in 2005, and System 7 is the one containing the full works, from six waveform generators to a duo phonic pitch class generator. The symphonies of the future lie within these modules.
James Victore Platters $3,000
Applying his signature irreverent style to a beautifully hand-thrown platter by master ceramicist David Bogus, Brooklyn-based illustrator and artist James Victore created a one-of-a-kind dish fit more for your wall than kitchen table. Emblazoned with motifs like "Vonnegut's Asshole" or "Everything I have is yours" and more, each work of art is one for the ages.
Heritage Black Bay Watch $2,979
This divers' watch, inspired by the insurgance of 1954 style, boldly reinvigorates Tudor's extensive heritage. Function meets fashion with its slender nature, luminescent hands and water-resistant casing, while the burgundy bezel and domed dial add character to a watch redefining class.
MT-5 Turntable $6,500
Called "the turntable of the gods" by Rolling Stone magazine, this beauty from hi-fi audio manufacturers McIntosh uses state-of-the-art technology to reduce any possibility of audio distortion, noise or coloration—so you only hear what is on the vinyl recording. It's a turntable worthy of playing your most prized LPs as they spin over a glowing green, magnetically suspended platter.
CS20102 Chronograph $1,295
One of the most innovative watches we've seen all year at this price point, the CS20102 is a Swiss chronograph with a Ronda movement, designed with a stop-watch style complete with a modern black and red Nato strap. Altogether, the watch is truly one of a kind.