Limited to just 2,500 examples, the Karl Lagerfeld x Faber-Castell Drawing Set isn't your average pencil pack. Hand-curated by the fashion legend, it includes 350 different drawing and painting implements, including all 120 shades of his favorite Albrecht Dürer water-soluble color pencils. All of the supplies come in a black lacquered box designed by Lagerfeld, sorted by color, and each of the five drawers is removable for easier access, and labeled by color in English, French, and German.
Created to bring cocktails back to their original pre-prohibition era taste, True Syrup is replacing those gross chemicals with wholesome ingredients. Each batch is made from the real stuff, so instead of reading high fructose corn syrup, chemically-sourced quinine, and red 40 dye on the label, you see cane sugar and cinchona bark. Available in Tonic and Grenadine, mix them with any booze for authentic Shirley temples and gin and tonics or you can even use them to spice up your hot cider or wine.
Whether in the kitchen or at the campground, cooking on cast iron has been the way to go for generations, and the Smithey Iron Skillet is built to keep that tradition alive. Each piece is handcrafted in Charleston, South Carolina and is polished down so you get a satin finish, unlike most of today's grainy surfaces. This smooth finish provides a natural non-stick surface for perfectly fried eggs from the first use. It's durable enough to go from the range to the oven, while it's ability to retain heat allows it to maintain your desired temperature using less energy. The skillet also features top and bottom holes, dual pour spouts, and an ergonomic handle.
Made not only to store your bike but also protect it from thieves, the Airlok Bicycle Rack is an indoor/outdoor storage solution. Developed by the Hiplok team, it has a triangular shape that hides its secure connection to your wall and can hold even the heaviest of rides. The hardened steel locking pin, frame, and closed loop design virtually guarantee your bike will be right where you left it, even if it's near the street, and the horizontal design means you don't have to lift your bike any higher than the level at which it's stored.