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I, too, thought these rugs and poufs were homages to the Icelandic singer but no—björk means birch tree in Swedish, and the striated pattern, achieved through a warp of cotton...
Here's the gigantic splurge of the bunch; a compact, stylish bar from the Scandinavian designer Gesa Hansen, who bases her company and atelier, The Hansen Family, in Germany. But no matter&mdash...
This handsome coffee table book documents the great export of the Outer Hebrides islands off the coast of Scotland: Harris tweed. A portrait not so much of the fabric, but of its production, Lara...
These dapper drivers are made in Italy of lambskin and offer just enough protection against the cold for west coasters. East Coasters will want something a bit more substantial for a true pair of...
Though little beats the worn patina of a well-loved leather briefcase, there is an argument to be made for something sleek and techy. The ballistic nylon and many pockets of Lexdray's Stockholm...
Ditch the plastic collar stays for good and upgrade to some classy brass. These collar bones from the San Francisco shirtmakers Taylor Stitch offer a bit more support and are a good sight more...
We came across this new British men's mag when we were in London earlier this year. We picked up a copy for the plane and found that collection of essays, design coverage, and fashion features to...
PACT, purveyors of sustainably produced socks, underwear, and t-shirts, are throwing their philanthropic efforts behind tsunami relief in Japan. Purchase of these boxer briefs from the PACT for...
The Portland, Oregon, studio of plainMADE trades in hand-made goods that feel especially cozy. For a mere $65 this merino wool scarf can be yours. The red tips give it (and by extension, you) loads...
This made-in-San Francisco leather wallet from Joshu+Vela is simplicity itself. A simple brass closure and rich, reddish leather hold all you really need to carry with you. Seriously, leave the...
This bold necklace comes from the Animalia collection crafted by Molly M Designs. Its form is a mashup of abstractions found in the natural world and Egyptian, Native American, African and Japanese...
I love the selection of colors available for the nylon version of this ring that can also be worn as a pendant! These industrial rings come out of the Silva/Bradshaw Studio, which focuses on modern...
The bright woods found in these lightweight earrings is sourced from recycled skateboards. Yes, you read that right: recycled skateboards—I'm so stoked about that! Designed by MapleXO, their...
This wonderfully striking and elegantly simple bracelet is crafted by Dinosaur Designs. It’s a stand-alone piece to be worn as an object d’art. Manufactured out of resin, this should be...
This geometric design has an architectural sensibility. I swooned over the laser-cut bamboo and gold-filled hardware crafted by San Francisco-based Folia Design. Part city grid, part Mondrian, all...
The Cork Cuff designed by Donna Piacenza and produced by Studio 1AM employs 100-percent-recycled natural cork as a wearable material. Each piece is cut from a single block previously used for...
Who didn’t love playing with a bottle of Mr. Bubble as a kid? This glass bubble necklace designed by Marina and Susanna Sent gives is a bit of nostalgia in wearable form. Each time you wear...
Designed by Alienina and hand-made from climbing cord, this necklace moves alluringly as it wraps around one's neck and drapes across one's shoulders.
This unique men’s timepiece keeps the time, naturally. Your special guy will adore this 100 percent wood watch by Wewood (and he'll finally be on time too).
The unique design of the Eject cufflinks is both clever and current. A fantastic gift for the techie in your life. These whimsical pieces are designed by Lauren Anabela Beaudoin of Creative Dexterity.