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We were unfamiliar with Mimi Kirchner's fantastic work until yesterday (hat tip for the hot tip to our pals at Chroma Lab!), but wow. What great stuff! The fiber artist's collection of hand-made...
This colorful tray can be put to work immediately, transporting tasty treats to and fro.
Scroogedriver, anyone? Let guests show off their shaking skills by concocting holiday cocktails.
Party fouls are inevitable. Someone’s bound to spill a drink, so come prepared with this stylish sopper.
Poinsettias are too on-point for a holiday shindig. These ornamental air plants will last forever with a bit of misting.
Document the evening’s progressively more festive events with a classic toy camera. Don’t forget a roll of film!
Spice up the nibbles on hand with this take on the salt cellar, a traditional housewarming gift.
Available by the letter—–pick and choose a sweet message for the hostess with the mostest.
I love the cold, industrial feel of these perforated stainless steel bags. Hand-crafted by Wendy Stevens, the leather gussets add a touch of warmth and style to this subtle, utilitarian take on the...
Okay, so this is felt overkill. But...I don't care. I love this little clutch designed by Zaum. Very simple and very fun.
Alexander Girard, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. This bag, designed using one of his extraordinary patterns, is a must have for any mid-century fanatic on your list.
I love the use of upcycling in these sassy vintage bags created by Jamie Davis. The wood grain embroidery adds a decidedly modern edge to the timelessness of the clutch.
So, why would anyone silkscreen an Eames Molded Shell Chair onto a basic tote bag? Answer: Why not? What's not to love about the Eames Molded Shell Chair? Modist did it and I, for one, am glad....
If you are anything like me, Pantone chips are more valuable than poker chips. So, yes...my day was complete when I discovered that these messenger bags look like life-sized chips from the Pantone...
I obviously have a thing for felt. Add zippers as a design element and I cannot resist. But wait...it gets better! The bag goes flat. What? Yup! Unzip this bag and it packs perfectly into any...
Need to re-boot the conversation? Or download some new input? You'll be sure to have everyone at your table pushing your buttons when they see this piece. Clever and whimsical, it is also good for...
This isn't your grandma’s fanny pack. This is a modern twist on design utility offers useful and hands-free ways of carrying a bag. This multi-tasking bag, designed by Silent Revolution, can...
Felt is a woefully underrated fabric. With a little effort, it produces bold cuts and modern lines. Deborah Brackenbury has taken it a little further, designing a sleek, urban bag that any guy or...
I am crushing hard on this Ikabags-designed, 100% canvass handbag. I love vintage bicycles. I love great graphic design. Great graphical designs of vintage bikes? Well, I am in hog heaven. This...
Designed by Sonali Kaushal, this elegant bag uses over 600 buttons to give a fresh take on a classic design. It is shiny and sassy. Great for a night out on the town or dressed down with jeans.
Not a day has gone by in San Francisco lately where we haven't been caught in the cold and wet—from mist to out-and-out apocalyptic downpour—without an umbrella. And the only thing...
Another something that we coveted from the Renegade Craft Fair over the weekend was this small pillow of fauna with a flora-like coat. The cotton/hemp blend grizzly bear would look right at home...
There was lots (and lots and lots and lots) of great stuff to be seen at the Renegade Holiday Craft Fair in San Francisco this weekend. We caught sight of Dave Marcoullier's wood routings on the...
We are, without a doubt, big fans of Mike Perry. The Brooklyn-based illustrator and designer's online shop is well-worth getting lost in, clicking around through books, zines, patterned Eames...
If it really is the thought that counts, wrapping presents in a sheet of Eon paper makes you the Fibonacci of giving. Four extra patterns make unwrapping anything a thrill.