The sun is high in the sky. Time to cover the dome. Inspired by music, culture & the people who surround them – Brixton is the collaboration of three SoCal friends who wanted to convey their lifestyle through unique products. Mix up your week with a homage to comradery.
Play your cards right. Bicycle’s limited edition pack commemorates the manufacturer’s Cincinnati-origin 125 years ago. Available in red or deep blue – every hand deserves a little magic.
How do you reinvent yourself?
Talking Heads frontman, David Byrne partners with beat maestro, Fatboy Slim on Here Lies Love. A 24-track album outlining the rags-to-riches story of Studio 54 club-goer Imelda Marcos (widow of former Philippines dictator, Ferdinand Marcos). 22 guest performers including Tori Amos, Steve Earle, Roisin Murphy, Santigold, and Cyndi Lauper enhance this innovative collaboration.
Keep the weekend close at hand with the Corona Journal (other beverages available). Hand-crafted from recycled 12-pack boxes & containing 50 sheets of acid-free, blank, white, recycled paper. Ivy Lane Design is helping the environment, one case of beer at a time. Cheers.
Bring a 16th century ritual to your bath. This is the real deal. Called a peshtemal, this 100% cotton, over-sized towel is traditionally used in Turkey’s bath houses. Large enough to wrap around your entire body – it dries almost as quickly as it absorbs.
You may opt to skip this one. John Carpenter’s The Thing is a perfectly executed horror film with a balanced blend of action and sci-fi. This 1982 remake of the 1950s classic The Thing from Another World – is probably due for a Hollywood rehashing.
Pocket-knife key chain. Resourceful, but tacky. Let discretion prevail with the German-designed Key Shaped Pocket Knife. Looks like a home key – but houses a knife.
Tired of your lunch being nabbed. Try this.
You could grab a Sharpie & create your own….or forgo the mess and order one up.
Save the sandwich.
Launce Barber & Tom Stokes designed CRKT’s Guppie of stainless steel. This 3.5 inch multi-tool weighs just 4 ounces. Some think it’s cute – however, this is one hard-working fish.
Leave it to grandpa. Tiny & easy-to-store – slide the FireFork onto a stick, remove the cap, toss on a grill-able goodie and you’re eating gourmet. We have no idea who “grandpa” is, but he’s a genius.