An impressive timepiece by De Bethune. Its novel 410-part movement keeps impeccably accurate time, and features a chronograph with 24h, 60min and 60s counters. Crafted from rose gold, and set onto an alligator leather strap.
Tsubo’s dressed-up take on the classic low-rise chukka. We love the detail of the woven leather along the bottom edge. Its air-injected outsole reduces weight for added comfort. Available in rich bourbon brown or deep navy blue.
BÖ handcrafts wooden ties out of reclaimed raw materials. It uses leftover wood from North American wood processing facilities for the tie, leftover leather from Israel for the strap and paper twine from Austria for the accent.
Collected Works Co.’s backpack is as durable as the original military duffle bags but is filled with pockets and compartments, so you don’t have to dump all of your stuff out just to find the item you’re looking for.
This is how you make billions. Starman New York makes basketball shorts with hidden zippered pockets. We could talk about its quick dry fabric or old school colors, but it’s them pockets though.
An homage to the lead characters of three classic basketball movies: Jesus Shuttlesworth from He Got Game, Sidney Deane and Billy Hoyle from White Men Can’t Jump and Kyle Lee Watson, Shep and Birdie from Above the Rim.
Kids these days have little motivation to exercise their minds (or their bodies) so it’s nice to see a project like Moff that seems like the perfect intersection between technology and the power of good ol’ fashioned imagination.
One of the reasons we hate to tuck in our shirts is that by a couple hours into the day, it’s all messed up and has to be constantly retucked. This ingenious magnetic gadget ensures your shirt stays in just the right place all day long.
A modular backpack for commuters. It has magnetic couplings where you can attach pouches, cases and other add-ons that Ember may release in the future. It’s waterproof and has a fleece-lined compartment for 15″ laptops.