Raised by Wolves and Furni Watches
What: Show appreciation for the ’80s with a totally digital watch ($28). It comes with Indiglo backlights, timers, melody alarms, and — wait for it — programmable phone books.
Why: Boxy looks sexy in sherbet green or yellow and goes well with this shirt.
Where: Online at furni.bigcartel.com. Want to win one? Tweet @dailycandy with your favorite fictional wolf; watches go to our fave five.
Shabd + Baggu
What: Recycled cotton canvas totes and backpacks ($48-$58) made over in five cloudy colors by Brooklyn artist/tie-dyeing authority Shabd Simon-Alexander.
Why: Best leave the craft to experts and residents of Camp Anawanna cabin 7.
Where: Online at baggubag.com.
What: Combine your vices. Wine (cabernet sauvignon, merlot) or coffee (mocha, cappuccino) swirled into velvety chocolate ($20 per box) counts for just one strike.
Why: The Austin-based company likes to keep chocolate weird.
Where: Online at delysia.com.
Lomography Spinner 360°
What: Make instant (well, as long as it takes to develop 35mm film) conceptual, panoramic art with the rotating camera on a stick ($145). Pull the cord and poof, hipstery photos.
Why: This must be what the world looks like to an owl. What a hoot.
Where: Online at lomography.com.
Krochet Kids International Laptop Case
What: Crocheted, cotton-lined protective sleeves ($50) are two good. First, they provide employment in Uganda; second, the deep red knit reminds us of fall (too soon?).
Why: Have a heart. Half of all proceeds goes to children’s education initiatives in Uganda.
Where: Online at krochetkids.org.
Photo: Courtesy of Furni
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