Radiobelly "Chances With Wolves Tee" $15
An ultra soft retro-styled tee featuring the DJ crew from our favorite East Village Radio show.
Kukulakuku Watch $70
The latest collaboration between the Swiss watchmaker and an artist was done with pop star Mika. Primary colors and a simple yet vibrant tribal pattern add a fresh facade to this classic timepiece, which will keep you on schedule even when you're having way too much fun.
Arctic Trench $495
Outdoor enthusiasts who want apparel with a modern, sophisticated style will appreciate Aether's Arctic Trench, an ultra-strealimed parka that packs incredible functionality. Whether out on an urban adventure or dogsledding in northern Sweden, elements like zippered hand-warmer pockets, a seam-sealed construction, tons of high quality insulation (even in the hood) and a waterproof exterior will keep you nice and warm when you're on the go.
Polar Eclipse $148
From afar, it's a subtly patterned warm winter sweater. Up close, those dots become embroidered polar bears and arctic sea birds. The Polar Eclipse is a holiday-friendly sweater that you can keep on wearing as long as the temperature still recalls Arctic conditions.
Chrono Hawk $13,800
From Girard-Perregaux, the historic Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer, comes the Chrono Hawk with a design fit for a fine dinner or time outdoors. The edgier case and face, as well as its technical mastery maintain a stance as one of the best across both aesthetic value and functionality.
Yeh Design Studio
Petal 133 Necklace $789
Architect turned designer Yi-Hsiu creates small-scale wearable objects that challenge common sense and collective intuition, merging advanced technology and traditional techniques into an unexpected transformation of materials. Her stunning Petal 133 Necklace interlocks 133 laser-cut petals into a work of art which contains both organic sensibility and detailed precision, demonstrating man and machine's remarkable capability to replicate the force most adept at geometric perfection and repetition—nature itself.
North Star Leggings $38
PACT's North Star Leggings not only make your gams look festive and your buns look tighter—they also make the world a better place. PACT made, well, a pact, to keep their supply chain virtuous by growing non-GMO cotton, using ethical production techniques and packaging their goods with biodegradable materials. Wait, there's more. A portion of proceeds from the sale of these rad long johns will go toward funding low-income entrepreneurs who want to start a small business. Truly, these are some magical pants with a powerful purpose.
Fury Cases $690+
Fans of "Clueless'" fashionable leading ladies will go gaga for CalypsoCrystal's Fury collection, which features three bold cases with an ultra-fuzzy aesthetic. Titled London, Paris and Milan, these tactile electronics accessories merge early '90s kitsch with today's technology. We're sure Cher would have owned all three.
Gloves for Gadgets $18-80
Featuring fold-back thumb and index finger tips these smartphone friendly gloves allow the wearer easy access to their touch screen devices and fingerprint sensors. Photographers also love Freehands for cold-weather outdoor shoots. Styles available for both men and women in leather, wool, cashmere and fleece.
Garrett Leight + Thierry Lasry
GL X TL NO. 2 Sunglasses $445
Born in Venice Beach, these limited edition sunglasses are a collaboration between Californian optics label Garrett Leight and French eyewear designer Thierry Lasry. Made with cellulose acetate from Japan and Italy, they feature mineral glass anti-glare sun lenses and rivets and come in packaging created by Los Angeles-based artist and designer Ashkahn.
Tumi + Ketel One
Mixology Backpack $695
Who needs a bar back when you can have a bar backpack? In the "spirit" of the holiday season (or as we like to call it, vodka), Tumi and Ketel One teamed up to create a Mixology Backpack. Perfect for the seasoned drink mixer, or anyone who wants to be the life of the party, this refreshing pack includes a host of accessories, including 1oz and 2oz jiggers, a shaker and a spoon. This celebration-maker ensures you will always be equipped to concoct the next martini, and elevate any gathering from humdrum to humdrunk.
Bag Bolo + Key Ring $36
LA's Karen Kimmel is known for establishing crafting community workshops which foster immersive design experiences for families to explore their artistic inspirations. Add a dash of this creativity-guru's seemingly endless juices to your everyday living with her Bag Bolo and Key Ring. Hand-constructed in her studio from knotted paracord, hand-wrapped with shimmering thread and finished with gold-plated hardware, these splendid key rings are a refreshing take on the ubiquitous leather tassel.
Indigo Dyed Bandana $44
Since its incarnation 10 years ago, Americana-inspired Japanese label J.S. Homestead has maintained a tailored and quality assortment of goods that could be just as easily found in Brooklyn as in their Tokyo shop. This highly wearable collection is finally available stateside through fine menswear purveyor, Hickoree's. The 100% cotton Indigo Dyed Bandana perfectly merges an old-world Eastern dying technique with a new-world staple, loved by rugged cowboys and refined gentleman alike—the essential bandana.
Birdseye Crewneck $49
The guys behind Taylor Stitch formed their brand with a mission to create the best custom shirt on the market. Working closely with a small family-run factory and a wealth of loyal customers, they eventually gleaned enough tailoring knowledge to launch a versatile line of dress shirts. Today, Taylor Stitch has a booming website and a Mission District retail outpost, and remain committed to the same local manufacturing and classic styles inherent in their first collection. Their Sun Bleached Indigo & Red Birdseye Crewneck has a winning mix of retro styling and modern ease, and will surely be a comfy closet staple.
Pine & Boon
Dot Pouch $48
Jess Marie Griffith, the Seattle designer who says "sometimes wallets are just to complicated," delivers a knockout with her Pine & Boon Dot Pouch. Perforated leather creates a polka dot pattern, and the blue zipper trim provides just the right amount of pop. Inspired by the style of Woody Allen's famed character Annie Hall, the pouch is perfect as a wallet, as a pouch within your purse, or on its own.
Vogue + Edible Schoolyard Project
Designer Charity Masks $100+
With its mission to "build and share an edible education curriculum for all schools," Alice Waters' Edible Schoolyard Project is dutifully working to transform the way young Americans view food and eating. You can help by bidding on one of these high-fashion masks, commissioned by Vogue and created by designers like John Derian, Jean Paul Gaultier, Warby Parker, Eugenia Kim and more.