One of the toughest assignments for guys to ace is adding stylish accents to our own homes. Thankfully, Ethiopian-born Hana Getachew spent a decade working in New York City architecture firms so she could have our backs. Designed in Brooklyn and handwoven in Ethiopia, her
The name ‘Shinola’ joined the American lexicon during World War II thanks to the phrase, "You don't know sh*t from Shinola". Although the shoe polish company closed its doors in 1960, the name returned to circulation when Detroit-based start-up launched to rival Swiss watchmakers in 2011. Pronounced "shine-oh-lah," the high-end boutique draws on the Mo
Food, water, and shelter typically sit atop the list of basic human needs, but students designing a product for post-earthquake relief efforts in Haiti added another to the list: Light. The revelation prompted them to invent the LuminAID solar light,
One of the biggest stories of 2015 was the collective power of # BlackLivesMatter. As activists of all stripes raised very real concerns about the dangers of driving/shopping/loitering/existing while black, news outlets and national politicians were quickly put on notice.
One visit to Moore & Giles website or Instagram and you’ll immediately notice the appreciation and expertise in luxurious leather goods and accessories. Boasting of designing the most innovative and luxurious natural leathers for the high-end hospitality, aviation and residential interior design industries, online customers seem overjoyed that the company ventured into consumer goods.
It's a long held assumption that you can tell a lot about a man by his watch. The founders of SPGBK (short for Springbreak) designed their wooden watch line to help your wrists make a powerful statement. Friends since childhood, Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis launched their eco-fo