Studio Desk $600
This desk maximizes surface space by concealing cords in a small compartment covered by a retractable top. It's contemporary look is perfect for a clean sleek work space. It's BlueLounge's most ground breaking cable management system.
Donky Bike $815
With front and back cargo-hauling capacity, the Donky Bike—created by British designer Ben Wilson—is an ingenious city bike designed to agilely weave through city streets at low speeds. The steel beam distributes the cargo's weight so it is held by the frame, not handlebars as with front-end baskets, and the 20" wheels give the bike not only extra dexterity but also a rugged BMX-like appearance.
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.
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.
Watch Winder $795
This handsome, Swiss-made leather cube stores and rotates your watch to keep it wound when you're not wearing it, something anyone with a fine timepiece will appreciate. One set of batteries keeps it going for three years.
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.
Le Pliage de Noel Bag $725
Longchamp, the luxury leather goods company which somehow manages to embody both classic Parisian chic and sorority cliché recently named Alexa Chung the new face of the company. Their limited edition Le Pilage de Noel tote, with a woven landscape pattern, braided trim, stud accents and just the right amount of seasonal kitsch, we deem this showstopper the most covetable holiday bag from the iconic French brand.
Navy Reefer Peacoat $525
Nothing beats a classic—a sentiment as true for sports cars as it is for outerwear. And Armor Lux's peacoat is one of the most iconic designs to date. Made in France to French Navy specifications, the heavy duty wool coat is essentially water and wind proof. With a slim cut, the time-tested piece of outerwear is a real standout in a world of box cut coats.
Uncorporate Gift Sets $650
Albert Einstein once said, "The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen all at once." Well Dr. Einstein, we can think of another reason. Without time, there would be no reason to wear one of these stylish and socially progressive "uncorporate" gift sets from Shinola. The Swiss-quality timepieces are built by hand in a Detroit watch factory, by visionaries with a plan to revitalize manufacturing in America, and come with a handcrafted leather card wallet and The Shinola Book of Craft. Genius.
Psychic Stone (Evil Expel) $800
FriendsWithYou's psychic stones are magical sculptures tailored to the owner's deepest wishes and desires. Create a customized extra-sensory miracle-worker through a consultation with the artists, who use an experiential process to permeate the stone with personalized spiritual vibes. Stunning works of art, these pieces display a frozen moment of magical mysticism and ward off evil vibes.
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.
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.
Bang & Olufsen
Beolit 12 $799
A redesign rendering an already-sleek portable radio even more effortless, Bang & Olufsen's iPhone-compatible Beolit 12 is a handsome take on the Danish brand's iconic Beolit Transistor Radio from the 1960s. A leather carrying strap lends a humble air to the modern, dent-resistant speaker, which works wirelessly with AirPlay or plugged in via mini jack or USB.
Ramp Skis $619
Whether a backcountry powder junkie or terrain park enthusiast, a set of cutting-edge skis is a must for surviving the long cold winter. Ramp uses a revolutionary patent-pending process that allows for endless innovation and greater control of the product. They are 100% committed to "doing the right thing," for instance, shipping their products in a reusable ski bag instead of a disposable box. So you can save the mountains, as you shred them, all with a smokin' addition to your ski quiver.
One Light Only Wood Pendant $635
Building on the 2010 success of One Light Only (OLO), this year Lee Broom reintroduced his lighting concept in solid walnut. The Art Deco-inspired shape is maintained, yet the wood finishes added a natural, sensory experience to the piece. Blending warm natural aesthetics with classic design elements, One Light Only Wood lends an atmospheric touch to any space.
Geoff McFetridge Bushmills Decanter $600
Get your hands on one of 75 limited edition Bushmills decanters designed by artist Geoff McFetridge and created by the talented glassmakers at Portland-based studio Esque.