Travel Alarm Clock $32
Even after production ceased, Braun’s line of travel alarm clocks continued to ring a bell in the minds of minimalists. Based closely on the original 1994 AB1A model designed by Dietrich Lubs with Dieter Rams, the Travel Alarm Clock is a reliable timepiece with a clear, crisp crescendo alarm.
Cord Felt Hat $98
When the weather turns chill and foul, cowboys turn their collars up and switch to the warmth and water-resistant protection of a wool brimmed hat. Westerlind’s updated version features a slimmer silhouette, a neck strap and is American-made from 100% wool.
Draw Your Own Book $15
Operating under the premise that simplicity fosters imagination—keeping rules to a minimum—Supereditions presents Draw Your Own Book. These blank-page, pocket-size volumes call on anyone with a mind's eye to fill in the backstory behind titles like The Magic Sausage, The Angry Fairy, The Kingdom Up My Nose and more.
Jotun Flannel Reversible Jacket $150
The Helly Hansen Jotun flannel works effective double duty for the minimalist man. The reversible piece skews the notion of layering by offering one side as a brightly-hued flannel shirt and one side as a water-resistant monotone jacket.
Daylight Deluxe Noserider Surfboard Bag $146
For a beautifully crafted surfboard, you'll want to keep it in pristine shape while in transit. After putting Dakine's Noserider Deluxe bag through a disproportionate amount of use (NYC subways in rush hour and a 5-storey walk-up apartment), it's a worthy choice for those looking to keep their deck ding-free for seasons to come.
Glass Food Storage $15+
These BPA-, BPS- and phthalate-free glass containers come in a variety of sizes and with its own colorful silicone sleeve that uses button tabs to secure on the lid. They’re safe to use in the oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher, making lunches and leftovers easier and more attractive than ever before.
Hands Baggu $9
Baggu's ingenious design makes for the most functional and stylish eco-bag out there. Joining their line of of reusable shopping bags this season is a new "hands" print, which with peace signs and shaka signs, spreads the good vibes while on the move.
Collapsible Pet Bowl $18
Always ensure your pup remains hydrated with a collapsible pet bowl. Wacky Practicals' foldable dish squashes down to fit into almost any pocket and extends to hold enough water to quench the thirst of a Great Dane.
Yellow Owl Workshop
Happy Food Notebooks $8
Pizza, ice cream and a convenient place to write your thoughts—the Happy Food Notebooks from Yellow Owl Workshop bring you all three. The pair of pocket-size pads come emblazoned with artist Christine Schmidt's characteristically whimsical renditions of a triple cone and a slice topped with the works. Inside are 32 perforated, 100%-recycled pages.
Make Smith Leather Co.
Not Yours Luggage Tags $20
Los Angeles-based Make Smith Leather Co. alludes to our sheep-like tendencies—we know your suitcase is black too—with a handmade luggage tag that adds a subtle touch of handcrafted sass. The next time someone fumbles around to check the bag floating by, they'll chuckle and put it back when they see this leather-embossed announcement: NOT YOURS.
Fındıklı Turkish Towels $20
Handcrafted by a singular artisan in Istanbul, these incredibly soft, striped towels are perfect for the beach or your bathroom. Made with 100% Turkish cotton, the towel’s oversized silhouette offers a modern update on an Old-World luxury.
HAiK + Kaibosh
Two-Way Sunglasses $248
Led by design above all else, eyewear label Kaibosh was founded by Helge Flo and Michelle Rowley to make buying glasses more fun. Their collaborative "Twoway" sunglasses with Norwegian fashion label HAiK can be reversed thanks to a special 180°-turning hinge, for those who want to travel light or just get as much wear as possible out of one pair of sunglasses.
This Is Ground
Designer Mod $260
Designers—or, really, anyone who uses a variety of gadgets and doodads throughout the day—will live a life of stylish organization once the Mod by This is Ground lands in their hands. The handsome leather folio disguises a magnetic spine which allows for customization of pockets and straps to hold your erasers, rulers, notebooks or other essential tool.
Leather Luggage Tag $80
Created by two transcontinental friends who spent ten years mastering the fine art of printing onto leather, this calfskin luggage tag with wicker pattern perfectly complements your favorite suitcase and will truly make it your own.
Mini Hozuki Lantern $40
The Mini Hozuki Lantern brings sharp, modern design to your campsite. The smart and slick little LED bulb emits warm, natural light reminiscent of a candle, and features intuitive controls and a powerful magnetic fastener.
#084 Hipflask $668
Having a nice buzz at your fingertips is great, but when packaged in a thing of beauty it's even better. Tom Cecil's stainless steel #084 hipflask lends sleek design to a practical purpose, and whoever has it on hand should be eager to whip it out for a swig and a little bragging rights.