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Explore - Accessories
Oh boy oh boy do we love this new collection of upcycled goods from Poketo. Using primo leather salvaged from loved-no-more sofas, the artsy LA brand—partnering with a non-profit design firm...
Sausalito-based ceramics company Heath together with type foundry House Industries recently released these eye-catching address plates, emblazoned with fonts designed by Richard Neutra and Charles...
The Unco Glass and Wood Collection is part of Secondome's special edition glass collection.
Realizing one of Wong’s final concepts, Lepage’s contribution converts the tactile nature of print into an altogether different sense. This scented candle was designed to capture the...
The subtle geometric forms on these Norwegian wool blankets emerge during production, when the tightly woven lines resist tufting and remain taut and ever-so-slightly debossed.
It takes 27 mechanized steps to crank out a General’s Test Scoring pencil. One of them is laying the hot graphite into the California incense cedar shafts; another is applying the five layers...
Imagine a fly swatter from the 19th century, and you’ll likely picture this Amish-made bug smasher from the Ohio-based “old-fashioned, non-electric merchandise” emporium Lehman...
Oregon’s Pendleton Woolen Mills produces a small group of colorful blankets inspired by America’s great open spaces that are a fitting and cozy ode to our great national parks.
As potent today as when the Great Bambino swung one. Nothing screams “America” louder or with such verve as a Louisville Slugger. They’re still made in downtown Louisville, and...
No, your Ray-Bans won’t get you laughed out of the barbecue, but if the aim is to look like, you know, an actual pilot, you can’t go wrong with the glasses Randolph Engineering makes...
Our Stone Age ancestors used flint as a primitive tool and today, more than 700,000 years later, French designer Ora-Ïto looked to this artifact to influence his elegant letter opener and...
Keep your desktop writing implements neat and tidy with this silicone holder available in red, black, and white.
The clothes hanger gains a rather pedestrian second use thanks to the London-based design firm Faudet-Harrison. This hanger, made for shoe maven Tracey Neuls's new store in Shoreditch, has a...
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...
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...
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...