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Cold Picnic Home Accessories
What: A new line of macrame and beaded plant hangers (with one, two, or three tiers) from a Brooklyn-based duo known for ancient culture-inspired jewelry designs uses asymmetrical beads, hemp, and other natural objects.
Why: The wall hanging, complete with a vintage cowbell, brings the herd home when it’s time for dinner.
Where: Available at shop.coldpicnic.com, $36-$90.
Lisa Grue Embroidery Kit
What: Make one of three original, illustration-based designs using a kit even a novice can understand. It’s equipped with a wooden hoop, needle, floss, and instructions, and bundled using a leather strap that doubles as a belt.
Why: Patterns include a skull espousing the epithet “Sh*t Happens,” a moth declaring “I Want to Live Forever,” and a badass bobcat.
Where: Available at galleryhanahou.com, $80.
Owen & Fred
What: New bro-centric site packed with accessories, grooming products, and lifestyle and man cave goods.
Why: The indoor remote control airplane ($159), MCMC’s Dude No. 1 beard oil ($65), and custom leather baggage tag ($40) pack more punch than a fallback Father’s Day tie.
Where: Available at owenandfred.com.
What: Screen-printed leather clutches, change purses, wallet pouches, and cardholders in an endless array of wild geometric prints.
Why: The coral leather number, pyramid-printed turquoise mini, and ivory coin keeper covered in pink triangles.
Where: Available at falconwright.com, $20-$56.
What: Flavored (strawberry, orange, apple, grape, and cherry) envelopes and note cards are matched with appetizing illustrations.
Why: Find out how many licks it takes to OD on sweet invites.
Where: Available at flavorlope.com, $10-$16.
Photo: Courtesy of Cold Picnic