Herban Essentials updates the classic moist towlette with a version that comes dosed with naturally antiseptic essential oils. The refreshing towels are also slightly thicker and softer than their counterparts and—available in eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint, and lemon—have added aromatherapeutic benefits. Their pet and yoga wipes hint at the many ways Herban Essentials can reinvent daily tasks. $14 for 20 from Herban Essentials.
FOOD + DRINK
Eco-Pocke-My-Hashi Portable Chopsticks
by Nathan Suberi
An eco-friendly and vibrant solution to the rampant waste of disposable chopsticks (250 billion are trashed yearly), Yuento's travel-friendly alternative comes with a portable poly-carbonate case and silicon cap that doubles as a rest between...
Plus Minus Zero Humidifier, Version 3
by Tim Yu
If you're already a fan of Japanese design house ±0's donut-shaped humidifier, the third iteration offers even more reason to love it. Keeping the clean, award-winning design that attracted all the attention in the first place, the...
We've just had the hottest July day ever in the UK, so having a decent fan at hand is a necessity right now. Most on the market favor function over form, but the Tykho Fan looks, and keeps you, cool. Designed by Marc Berthier and made by Lexon...
Furni's Miller Cutting Board
by Jacob Resneck
We first wrote about Furni a few months ago. Their products are stylish, practical and affordable (usually you only get two out of three) and this is what sets Furni apart. Their new "Miller" cutting board caught our eye. The bamboo cutting...
Yoga in Bed
by Wendy Dembo
Last week I ran into Edward Vilga, one of my favorite yoga teachers, on the subway. He generously gave a me a copy of his "Yoga in Bed" DVD to check out. Yesterday morning it was raining so hard that there was no way I was going to go to...
Milan Design Week 2015: Lee Broom's Department Store
A surrealist installation where a new acid yellow collection is revealed in opposition to grayscale
by Paolo Ferrarini
At this year’s Milan Design Week, British designer Lee Broom is presenting his largest and most mature collection to date. Known as “The Department Store,” this installation consists of 25 of Broom's newest pieces—from furniture to lighting and accessories...
The Six-String Mat
by Ami Kealoha
For rocker yogis, Yogurt Activeculture is a new Australian line of yoga clothing and accessories with a playful sense of humor (see name). Their debut line features tongue-in-cheek tees with slogans like "Poser" and glittery iron on-like...
The Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Guild
by Max Gold
Largely unknown in the West, Ayurvedic Massage combines deep tissue massage with coordinated breathing and yoga stretching. Brad Teasdale and James Winstanley have spent much of their lives traveling through Asia, studying the art of Ayurvedic Yoga...
by Josh Rubin
With so many companies at CES, sometimes a great product isn't enough-- exhibitors had to use all sorts of strategies to get people to hit their booths. From scantily clad women to skateboarding half pipes, every effort was made. MTX Audio put...
Mobility Denial System
by Josh Rubin
The Sunday Times Magazine covered a slew of "non lethal wepons" currently in research and / or production here in the US. The Mobility Denial System is a thick goo that when sprayed across any surface makes that surface impassable. It has...
Artist Jason Yarmosky
by Max Gold
Direct and intensely intimate, Jason Yarmosky's figurative paintings are emotional studies of his subjects. On the heels of "Orpheus", a painting we took a look at here earlier this year and that Yarmosky recently showed at the 25th...
by Ami Kealoha
Though a wife-beater and old gym shorts will do the trick, not all yoga clothes are created equally. These picks have the superior cuts, fabrics, and technology that will keep you dry without getting in your way, allowing the range of motion and...