Combining military chic with Candyland, this rainbow backpack by Lazy Oaf adds whimsy and utilitarian glam to any outfit.
This bold Nievz necklace by L.A. designer Steven Shein is a chic way to add a touch of eighties flair to your jewelry box.
Jud Turner’s sculptures are somewhere between JunkYard Wars and Mad Max Beyond Thunder Dome. His sculptures use found objects, fossils and metals as mediums and his themes concentrate between the human……
This hooded dress by Kimberly Ovitz embodies what all young designers strive to do: create wearable pieces that are sophisticated, modern, and will stay in your wardrobe forever.
These chunky plastic and rubber watches feature daring graphics, their signature logos, and available sets of matching hoodies, bags, and sweatpants.
Who can masterfully enjoy a cigarette? James Whitmore’s blue eyes friend can.
Shin Murayama is the creator of these crazy affective masks. Somehow by redesigning ordinary shoes, adding a little creative embellishments, this artist can make me shiver just looking at them.
These new peacock tights from Look From London allow your legs to stay protected yet fabulously flaunted, just like the bird whose feathers inspire the design.
Out of Print has created a line of soft, comfy, and elegantly designed tees sporting some of literature’s greatest titles, such as Moby Dick, Catcher in the Rye, and Brave New World.
Trash and Trinkets by Gypsy Trading Company takes small discards from daily life, such as old keys and metal adornments, and turns them into jewelry and precious keepsakes.