The candlestick and candle become one, in this illusionary and illuminating piece. The notion of a candleholder as a durable and precious product is questioned by an object that is beautifully destroyed in the course of its use. This Candle is made entirely of wax and burns for approx. 32 hours. $105

Introduced: December 05

Get the convenience and style of a chopstick with all the accessibility for first time users. What we love about these chopsticks is that they can be used singly, for a sleek look, or linked together for ease. Simply link the chopsticks and they will mutually spring into action. Set of 2 $5

Introduced: February 06

This decorative vessel is made from melted plastic soldiers from the Battle of Waterloo, half French infantry, half British artillery. According to the designer: "After about a year of trawling round all these toy wholesalers in the east end, like secret Santa's grottos, I can tell from holding a toy soldier in my hand if it's going to melt the way we want.” Limited quantities available $310

Introduced: March 06

This baroque inspired display, made of enameled sheet, joins together seven richly worked frames. You can incorporate your own pictures easily thanks to a system of magnets. $300

Introduced: March 06

Their work is, as current trends demand, extremely pretty and inspired by housework. Their selection of aprons and tea towels have a modern, urban edge and originality that lifts it way above the rest. Strapless, boned apron with side pocket. P.V.C. with cotton bindings. Wipe clean. Also available in a half apron style. $65-75

Introduced: February 06

Keep guests entertained between courses with this pack of 100 nautical but nice paper napkins. Printed with a global grid on one side and simple instructions on the other, players/diners must sink their opponent's fleet before it's too late. $24

Introduced: October 05

A delicate glass on a stem. There's a bit of subtle humor in these hand-blown wine glasses, replicas of those everyday plastic cups that are handed out at ‘keggers’ and amusement parks throughout the world. Set of 2. $60

Introduced: April 06

Set of 3 Clocks (London, New York, Hong Kong)
Individual clocks with individual mechanisms, shows the times in different cities around the world. Each clock is shaped according to the respective countries they represent with white metal faces and red metal hands. Set of 3 $130

Introduced: March 06

The this ring, designed for safety, is made of sterling silver with stainless steel rivets. It is comprised of three pieces that can stack on a single finger or rotate outwards and fit individually onto three consecutive fingers, readying your fist for any shady encounter. The pointed edges offer better injury-promising armor than mace or pepper spray, and have the dual appeal of being a stylish accessory. $105

Introduced: November 05

 


Can’t stand the thought of throwing your best Louis Vuitton on the floor when you arrive at your favourite hotspot? Use the portable keychain-hook to keep it muss-free. This little steel man, dressed all in black, is always ready to hold your handbag when you’re in a café or restaurant. $20

Introduced: March 06

"Fake" has become one of the defining keywords of the current age. Technology has made copying much easier. It is a pessimistic future, according to the copyrighted. But in the fashion world, it's
positive, since a variety of social groups gain purchasing power for similar consumer goods. In this context, faking should be seen less as a crime and more as an attempt of sharing fashion welfare.$125

Introduced: May 05

Who can honestly say that they have never played airplanes with a spoon when feeding a young child? Introducing the Baby plane, the first plane-spoon, the latest aeronautical creation for kids! This gift will no doubt thrill all parents who have their feet firmly set on the ground. Available in pink and blue. $15

Introduced: March 06

An inexpensive pamphlet containing one provocative essay, short story or other surprising entertainment, readable in the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee. At 5 x 7 inches and 16-32 pages, it fits easily into a pocket, purse or backpack, where it is always ready to serve up absorbing material by or about artists, actors, composers, educators, economists, essayists, novelists, photographers, politicians, poets, singers, and scientists. Many titles available. $2

Introduced: March 06

Who hasn't at one time wished for a simple way to put the kibosh on chatty types who never seem to run out of things to say? Ironically, this 25-card deck is more likely to be used as a conversation starter than as an actual handout to offenders. Printed on white card stock and packaged in a black box. $12

Introduced: March 06

A reinvention of the boring old wallet, this wallet is compact, water resistant and colorful. Its unique design and innovative features allows it to easily slip into your front pocket or the slimmest of bags. So give that snow boarding, bicycling, traveling, design-maven the ideal accessory. Available in black, aqua, orange, green and grey. $22

Introduced: November 05

The idea grew from a boredom with current phone designs. The designers asked why is new always better? Why is smaller more desirable? Why must it always look forwards, never backwards?

The handset plugs into your mobile/cell phone just like a hands-free kit. As an attachment to your standard mobile phone, it gives you the opportunity to have that extra edge over other users. $90

Introduced: October 05

This young artist/designer turns a delicate accent into a modern metaphor on love and safety. Made of black heavy-duty ballistic nylon, this rose is both a high-tech talisman for the tender-hearted and wry fashion statement. Yes, the rose will stop a bullet, and there are actually more layers on this rose than on a bulletproof vest. Every petal is a shield. $195

Introduced: December 05

 

The inspiration for these bags is minimalist architecture and design. Clean lines, strong details, and simple elements inspire accessories that follow this design ethos. The designer has also said one of her biggest inspirations, not so much design wise, but ethos-wise, is Radiohead. She says when Kid A came out, it changed her life. The use of sound to create such distinct textures and rhythms inspired her, and she tries to translate that into her designs. Other styles are designed to be worn around the hips, across the back or over the shoulder. $110-225

Introduced: March 06

 

 

There’s just something about these lamps. Each light is meant as the sincerest homage to some of the greatest modern designers of our time. The lamps and designers being emulated have a particular importance. They are represented in countless design tomes extolling the various movements, and they are held up as prime examples of “good design.” This one is a replica of one of our favourite lights by Ingo Maurer. $25

Introduced: December 05

Finally a simple and elegant solution to keeping parking meter receipts in clear view. The ingenious device attaches to the inside of a car windshield and holds the small pieces of paper upright. Now this should at least help to reduce your parking fines. $27

Introduced: March 06

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Here, the inspiration of the cake and candles, lighting the way to future happy years is totally straightforward. But set in a classic material, the ritual with fire is transformed into a more permanent experience in a symbiosis with its porcelain embodiment. Every candle-cake is a symbolic return to the uniqueness of the solitary design piece. $70

Introduced: April 06