Gucci cap toe lace-ups:

Bri and I have a rule that any shoes we buy must be under $200 (and less is better, of course). However, after learning recently that Gucci makes small-size shoes, I might have to make an exclusion to that rule. After all, it's pretty damn near impossible to find nice shoes when you wear a men's size 6.5.


Jack Spade Journal Case:

I really, really dislike Kate Spade goods, but I have to admit I like most of the items made by her husband's line, Jack Spade. His items are classics but always with a funky edge to them.
This briefcase is on the small side (good for someone like me who is also on the small side) and it includes interior organizing pockets. I'm a sucker for pockets that let you organize all your stuff.


Ligne Roset Offrande glasses:

Ligne Roset makes some of the most stunningly beautiful objects ever. I am lusting over these clear mouth-blown Champagne, wine and water glasses designed by Parisian Pascal Mourgue. They also look great holding flowers.
Ligne Roset was founded in 1860 in Montagnieu, France, as a small business making bentwood walking sticks. Now it's a contemporary furnishings company. What an odd transformation, but one that I am very happy occurred.


The K:5 lounge chair by Koi:

Koi Design was launched by designers Adam Bottomley and Kirsten Jones at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair New York in 2000 with a goal of creating contemporary designs that will remain relevant for decades.
I love this stitched saddle leather lounge chair (of course I like the black it's also available in) with stainless steel base.