Online Ceramics x G Shock link for a very cool watch
If you haven’t seen Online Ceramics’ retro-inspired, post-internet, tie-dyed jawns all over your friends’ Instagram dispatches from the pre-Dead & Co. tailgate, where have you been? Now, Online Ceramics has buddied up with G-Shock and Hodinkee for the [takes deep breath] G-Shock Ref. 5600 by Online Ceramics Limited Edition For Hodinkee. In the past, Hodinkee has collaborated with none other than John Mayer for several G-Shock watches, and Mr. Mayer apparently brokered this union of greats himself (Online Ceramics has made merch for Dead and Co. for years). This would make a very kewl holiday gift for the Deadhead or gorpcore king in your life.
$185 at Hodinkee
Boygenius x Catbird jewelry might be the indie rock status gift of the season
As if Phoebe Bridgers didn’t already have enough of a chokehold on our collective cultural psyche, then Boygenius, her supergroup with Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker, came around and blew everyone’s minds. Phoebe Bridgers has previously made jewelry with Brooklyn-based pretty-little-things-maker Catbird, and now Boygenius is following suit with a collection of tiny studs, charms, and pins adorned with silver and gold “teeth.” Cute, in a dark kinda way. We’re into it.
boygenius x Catbird
$248 at Catbird
boygenius x Catbird
$74 at Catbird
A Big Night candle for setting the mood at the afters
Are you the type to invite people over after the bars close or the rave ends for a little extra late-night convo, wine, and mischief? Big Night, the New York-based shop for all things entertaining, cooking, and hosting, has launched After Party, “a new candle for late nights in.” It combines the sensual (and frankly very sexy) scents of smoky firewood, matcha, bergamot, and ginger, and is also available as part of the All Night Candle Set, which also includes Dinner Party, Big Night’s best-selling candle for setting the olfactory vibe at, well, a proper dinner party.
$45 at Big Night
$80 at Big Night
Supreme and Dr Martens make a sick purple creeper
We’ve lost count of how many times Dr Martens has joined forces with Supreme to make, well, really cool shoes, but the duo that just can’t quit each other dropped these purple suede creepers that are part Prince, part grunge. Obviously, they’re gonna sell out any second (and already have in many sizes).
Supreme x Dr Martens
$180 at Dr Martens
Wilson makes a basketball for Bodega
Streetwear retailer Bodega has no shortage of interesting brand collabs under its belt, and the latest is this simple but swaggy limited-edition multicolored basketball in partnership with Wilson. Can you spot the tiny inspirational quote on the panel below the valve? Truer words were never spoken.
Bodega x Wilson
$99.95 at Bodega
Adidas Sambas get an Adsum Millennium upgrade
Brooklyn-based, US-made clothing company Adsum is paying homage to the classic Adidas Samba with a new “Nutmeg Beige” colorway that features just a touch of red stitching. “The color links it to the Predator boot worn by Adidas soccer stars past and present,” the folks at Adsum explain. If you’re looking for a Samba feel with a little more pizzazz than the typical black-and-white look, Adsum’s take on a classic absolutely fits the bill (and hopefully your foot).
Adsum x Adidas
$150 at Adsum
Hoka Cliftons get a tech-y update thanks to Satisfy
Paris-based performance running brand Satisfy makes Hokas a little flashier with this collab that takes over the popular Cliftons and offers them an aesthetic upgrade and more technical jazz. Of course, it’s not just about looks—you’ll also find a “custom-engineered mesh upper inspired by topographic maps for optimal breathability” and a Durabrasion Rubber outsole for improved traction (always a good thing if you’re running in the winter months).
Hoka x Satisfy
$225 at Satisfy
We’ll see you in the online shopping trenches on Black Friday. Godspeed.
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