Grado has been in the audio business since the '50s, and they take their reputation seriously. As such, they took their time developing a true wireless earphone, and the GT220s are the result. Their compact black bodies house custom mini-drivers to deliver the neutral, lively sound the company is known for. They also integrate touch controls, a built-in microphone for calls and voice control, and a battery that lasts up to six hours per charge. The carrying case adds another five full charges and supports recharging both wirelessly and over USB-C.
Bluetooth: 5.0 / Battery Life: 36 hours / Headphone Battery: 6 hours; 50mAH / Case Battery: 5 full charges; 500mAH / Charging: USB-C, Wireless; 2 Hours / Codec: aptX, AAC, SBC / Frequency Response: 20Hz~20KHz / Nominal Impedance: 32ohms
The timeless eyewear icon has been given a new-age upgrade with Ampere's Dusk Smart Sunglasses. The app-enabled frames load the classic Wayfarer silhouette with a range of tech-savvy features. Fitted with electrochromic lenses, wearers have full control of the tint level and can choose the ideal shade based on the conditions outside. Favorites can be saved as presets on the app and loaded in the frame for instant adjustments with a hidden button at the temple. An integrated microphone and speaker are also included to make calls or listen to music, podcasts, or audiobooks on the go, while a built-in tracking system linked with Apple's Find My tracking program ensures you'll never misplace them. Frames are available in classic black or two-tone navy and teal with either polarized black tint or polarized mirrored tine lenses.
Presented by Ampere.
Presented by Ampere.
Marcel Duchamp was a French-American painter that had a seminal influence on the modern art world, especially among the Dadaism art movement. This framed print taken by Allan Grant for Life finds Duchamp sitting behind a Dada art piece in 1953. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood white or black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"
Fashion designer, entrepreneur, artist, architect, — Virgil Abloh is a true Renaissance Man. His work was recently honored in an exhibit at the MCA Chicago and to coincide with its release, museum curator Michael Darling launched a special edition book. Created in collaboration with Abloh himself, Virgil Abloh is essentially three books in one, featuring a catalogue section, an index, and an archive with over 1,800 unseen images taken from the artist's personal collection. The hardcover book comes in a cloth slipcover with "Personal Copy" silkscreened on the book's fore edge and includes a measuring tape ribbon marker and a flexi disc with a recording of Virgil Abloh discussing his inspirations.