VAN DER POP Seattle-based Van der Pop was launched January 2016 by April Pride, a serial entrepreneur with a Masters from Parsons and degree from University of Virginia's School of Architecture. Proven and sought after in interiors and fashion, April is known professionally for uncompromising aesthetic standards. After selling her first company in 2013, she launched APRIL PRIDE, her eponymous fashion label. As serious about her play as she is about her work, Van der Pop finally marries April's love of high style and high times. Years of being with the right people while doing the wrong things (or the wrong people doing the right things) made her a reformed over-achiever. Perhaps she was working all along.
Everything in its (beautiful) place.
No more stuffing your stuff into rinsed-out baby food jars or plastic sandwich baggies. That situation is finally—and gorgeously—Contained. Van der Pop’s specialized vessels are made from MIRON Violet Glass that’s designed to maintain the freshness and protect the potency of its contents, and look damn good while doing so.
Beyond beauty, there’s science. MIRON glass blocks out the full spectrum of visible light with the exception of the violet wavelength. Harmful rays of visible light (that speed-up the molecular decaying process) are filtered out, while visible violet light and non-visible UVA and Far-Infrared Light are let in to slow the growth of bacteria and mold while sustaining the molecular viability of the contents. The result? Van der Pop Contained jars keep their contents fresh and strong for way, way longer.
But honestly, these had us at beauty. We’re big believers in the power of surrounding oneself with simply beautiful objects. Cool to the touch and satisfyingly heavy, these inky-dark glass vessels detailed in fiery-white platinum are a small joy to have and to hold. Now if only we could fit and organize more of our life into neat and displayable jewel-black jars.
*Note, Van der Pop Contained jars arrive to you empty and ready to be filled with recreational unmentionables by you.
- Miron glass / platinum
- Hand wash
- Made in Germany | Printed in California
W&P DESIGN, makers of the Mason Shaker began through the collaboration of best friends Eric and Josh. The concept for the Mason Shaker was developed from an obsession with vintage kitchenware (Josh) and an uncanny ability to fashion impromptu drinking tools at a moment’s notice (Eric). After one too many mint juleps poured from a poorly-modified Mason Jar one summer, the idea for a better (and cooler) cocktail shaker hit us like a double shot of bourbon. The Mason Shaker was born. Based out of Brooklyn, NY, W&P Design is a small team of passionate designers and foodies that have come together to bring new ideas to life in the food and drink-iverse.
This tray makes five ice spears that fit perfectly into your favorite water bottle. A rigid frame supports the tray as you fill and transport it to the freezer, while independent ice molds make dispensing the ice spears a breeze. To top it all off, the provided lid blocks out pesky flavors from your freezer, yielding great-tasting ice, and allows you to stack multiple trays at once.
Makes: Five 6" Ice Spears
Available Colors: Gray, Blue, and White
Materials: Silicone, Stainless Steel
COUNTER COUTURE is feisty fiefdom of creativity. The “we” of Counter Couture is husband and wife, Kaelin and Richard. Every hand screen printed image starts as a pen and paper illustration drawn in their Denver studio. They strive to source materials made in the USA. Some times this is not possible, in these cases we look for the highest quality and softest materials available!
Camping Coffee mug. Perfect for your morning cup of Coffee.
Care: Top rack dishwasher safe, but we recommend washing by hand.
15 oz ceramic mug.
Cocktails The New Classics
by Frederic Le Bordays
With more than 60 recipes that combine tradition and modernity, this book revisits the history of cocktails, from speakeasies to modern lounges, and the famous bartenders behind them. Organized into three sections—shaken cocktails, stirred cocktails, and punches—the recipes include garnish ideas, variations, and colorful notes about each drink’s creation.