We wanted this year’s gift guide to focus on some of our favorite must-haves, as well as beautiful everyday objects – all within the realm of minimalism.
E6 Headphones by B&O $299
Sleek Bluetooth headphones that wrap around your neck with built in magnets when not in use. The headphones are both durable and lightweight, with a tactile aluminum remote.
Original Cabin by Rimowa $1,149
An iconic luggage that is robust and lightweight, manufactured in high-end anodized aluminum.
Serpent Bottle Opener by Chen Chen & Kai Williams $38
Serpents have represented many things throughout history, often it is associated with fertility and the cycle of life. Constructed of stainless steel.
A6 by memobottle $28
The A6 memobottle fits perfectly in your pocket, handbag or as a workout companion. Its practical shape reflects the A6 international paper size and allows you to transition from the gym to the office in style.
Cargo 2-in-1 Backpack Raw Natural by Thisispaper $455
A bag that can be worn as either a backpack or a bag with an interior compartment that is capable of fitting a 15″ laptop.
Brass Oloid by Pat Kim $119
The Oloid is a kinetic sculpture inspired by the geometric shape discovered in 1929 of the same name. This version is precision machined in brass, rolls with a whimsical grace, and possesses a satisfying heft.
Ikebana Vase by Jaime Hayon $222
Translated as “making flowers live,” the Ikebana Vase is the perfect vessel for arranging flowers.
Cereal City Guides by Cereal $222
Cereal has released their newly published 2018 edition city guides that cover New York City, London, and Paris. The guidebooks feature an illustrated neighborhood map with 30 of Cereal’s favorite places.