Izzy & Ferd! (Yes, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella) like Adorable kid's wear line based and made in LA! Love the fun photography and prints for their FW14 collection inspired by 20,000 Leagues (under the sea)...
‘Kteam Back pack’ is all handmade and designed by Kouhei Hayakawa with his sewing machine in japan. For DIY ethic and sportsmanship. ‘Kteam’ is formed by product designer Kouhei Hayakwa and photographer Ryuta Abe in 2010.
Aposematic Jacket by Shinseungback Kimyonghun is a wearable computer for self-defense. When the wearer pushes a button under threat, the jacket records the scene in 360 degrees and sends the images to the Web.
The Arrivals Women's Haring Poncho - Featuring a snap-back peak hood and laser-cut materials. Built from weatherproof poly-spandex shell and rubberized Italian twill made waterproof through heat-welded seams.
Forestbound - Forestbound uses exclusively found and salvaged textiles to create a line of durable, utilitarian tote bags. Alice Saunders, a Boston-based designer, puts great effort into hunting for well-worn historic fabrics and hardware throughout New England.
The Mission Workshop Black Camo series is constructed using MultiCam-black 500D Cordura in limited quantities. The bags are available in three sizes and are equipped with all black-metal Arkiv closures and hardware.
The iPhone 6 Holster - Designed to be super low profile so you won't even know it's there. Say goodbye to the days of fishing around in your purse or pocket every time you want to access your phone. Bonus: Your new iPhone 6 won't bend in your pocket.
OMELYA is a young, promising Ukrainian fashion brand that proposes minimalist, feminine RTW collections. The new Capsule collection for 2014 has the essential OMELYA’s style: distinct refined details and minimalistic design.
Parabellum has launched the second version of their Medicine Woman Bag and i'm so so tempted! The new Medicine Woman is tighter, more compact, it has double zipper pulls and it features a comfortable shoulder strap for crossbody carry.
Hands on with the limited edition Nike Flyknit Puzzle Box by Ryan Gander in collaboration with The THING Quarterly. This wooden puzzle box is inspired by nature, flyknits, japanese puzzle boxes, and the Fibonacci sequence.