Station wagon roundup
“See the USA in your Chevrolet!” That signature car jingle of the 1950s got a generation out onto the highway. And whether a Chevy, a Chrysler or a Jeep, it was the station wagon that made that drive a trip worth singing about. Wagons featured back seats big enough for all the kids, plus camping equipment and roadside souvenirs. And their sleek, chrome-kissed design made fellow drivers turn down their radios and take notice. Now you can plan to see the USA again in one of the country-crossing classics in this revved-up retro collection.
It’s the journey. Not the destination. And never more so than when that trip is taken by foot. A long walk or a brisk run, with no end in sight—but a distance in mind. Cyclists have their pedals and wheels. But runners truly know the exhilaration of facing the open road alone. Just you, your pumping legs and the country trail or urban byway. And a good pair of shoes, of course. Find all the gear you need for your next run with this heart-racing collection.
Weekend trips to Paris. London. Moscow. Majorca. In gleaming planes with smiling stewards, and tray tables that didn’t hit your knees. It was the 1960s: an era when traveling was fast, painless, even stylish. Handmade leather bags fit smoothly in overhead bins. Window shades whispered casual cool. We know that today things have changed, but it might be time to take a cue from the fashionable flyers of years past. Whether you’re traveling first class, business, premium or coach, you can rise above it all with the right set of carry-ons. Find them in this jet-setting collection.
My life (personally and professionally) has always been based around travel and adventure—first as a touring professional surfer, and more recently with my nonprofit organization, Waves For Water. So, millions of miles later, traveling has become somewhat of a science to me. I have narrowed down exactly what I need for any good adventure to fit in a single backpack. The greatest adventurers throughout time always had a rucksack of sorts with all their essentials. Here’s what mine looks like!
Feel free to lounge—in Danish comfort. Mid-century Scandinavian design can be harsh, but it also has a softer side. Curved lines. Creamy leather. So let these warm fabrics and neutral colors inspire a relaxed mood. Prop your feet up on a sweater-soft ottoman. Let the fire roar. And let your hand roam, from comfy blankets to come-hither rugs. For a kinder, cozier northern feel, keep the décor Danish.
Less is more—and the Scandinavians wrote the memo. The functional beauty of their furniture even extends to their wardrobe. Its understated colors and simple yet inventive cuts are versatile enough for any occasion. Just add a stroke of lipstick, and you’re ready for an evening out. That’s the beauty of simplicity—it’s the ultimate sophistication. Pare down your style with this uncluttered collection.
Something’s “nice” in the state of Denmark. The food. Free college education. A balanced life. But not everything up north is so warm and cozy. Danish Modern furniture and housewares, for example, tend to be firm and severe. Clean, sharp lines, brushed steel, bold geometric forms. So if your inviting home needs a bit of modern edge, check out this collection of Denmark’s finest.
Imagine driving through the Scandinavian countryside. Sub-arctic air. Snow-covered trees and land for miles. The city rises in the distance—a bustling metropolis, hemmed in by sharp lines and the northern cold. Clothing is cut in this spirit: Scandinavian fashion mirrors its environment—striking, clean-cut, innovative. Eye-catching but always functional. Like a blue suede boot—sturdy and charming in the same step. Be inspired by this collection of chill Scandinavian design.
Before you hit the slopes, hit the books. While there’s no substitute for muscle memory and adrenaline, this selection of antiquarian books and magazines devoted to the glory of alpine skiing should get you in the mood for heading off piste on a back diamond run, or at very least, a hot buttered rum in the chalet. Bombs away! And look out below…
Modesty may be a virtue, but you can’t always be understated. Sometimes you want to show off and shout—and jewelry can be your megaphone. Stand out, even shine, with designer Sarah Magid. Her jewelry is inspired by modern art patterns, New York’s grittier streets, and even her grandmother’s outlandish outfits. And like modern art, her pieces become more and more interesting the longer you look. So treat your eyes (and fingers, wrists or neck) to this bright and brassy collection of detailed designs.