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Couldn’t quite believe my eyes. They make a fancy dress costume for cats. They do.
Nike invited a load of journalists for the unveiling of the “Back to the Future” laceless/illuminating sneakers last week. Not sure I like them, but the Marty McFly link is worth the post.
$4,550 (limited edition) | Where to buy
In the same vein (and from the same people) as the Bert and Ernie zombie Tee, here’s a topical tee. Did you know they are called Les Schtroumpfs in Belgium. Which is where they come from originally.
$21.95 | Where to buy
A different take on kids’ fave TV characters. Zombert and Zernie!
$20.95 | Where to buy
There is something mesmerising about this Devon watch. You can’t tell the time by just glancing at it – but when you do look, you’ll spend for ever swooning over the sheer beauty of the mechanics.
$15,000 | More info
I have developed a fairly recent fascination with concrete-based products (see the concrete espresso machine and the concrete vanity desk mirror) but neither are as amazing looking as this concrete ring.
$70 | Where to buy
Big fan of the classic desert boot from Clarks. I was told last night that this design was dreamt up by one of the Clarks family whilst on duty in the war.
£79 | Where to buy
A bit of Friday afternoon fun – t-shirt inspired by Abbey Road Beatles shoot.
£14.99 | Where to buy
Always been a bit of a sucker for vintage US tees – guess it’s a product of growing up in the 80s. Homage use soft-cotton and have some really great prints and slogans like “Do it in Dallas” and “10c beer night”.
$28 | Where to buy
Came across Nooka Strips (brightly-coloured belts) on fab.com. Innovative new tightening/closing mechanism and great colours.
$75 | Where to buy
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