Get a woody.
Material6 iPhone Cases
What: Ebony, black walnut, cherry, and maple covers ($89-$99 each) replace the glass panel of your iPhone with high-quality (and high-class) wooden protection — screwdriver included.
Why: Sure, taking the back off your phone voids the warranty. But it also makes you a badass. Plus, the company offers custom engraving.
Where: Online at shop.materialsix.com.
Aesop + A.P.C. Post-Poo Drops
What: Let’s break the fourth wall of loo usage; not everything comes out smelling like roses. Unless, of course, you add a drop or two of a magic serum ($29) to your porcelain throne.
Why: A powerful, potent combination of disinfectants and antibacterial properties with a dose of citrus and floral notes effectively masks, well, you know.
Where: Online at aesop.com.
What: Earth-loving NYC designers Rogan Gregory and Scott Mackinlay Hahn unfurl a collection ($118-$228) of sheer-top dresses and color-block tanks and tees made from wood pulp-based Tencel fabric.
Why: Sustainable is an understatement. Tops can be flipped into cardigans, and tank dresses can be shifted and reversed to be worn up to four ways.
Where: Online at loomstate.org.
Gabriela de la Vega
What: A curated mix of plain old good stuff — jewelry, home goods, and clothing from the likes of Anagram, A Détacher, Daryl K, and more — from one of NYC fashion’s finest.
Why: The draped pale chartreuse dress ($440) from Violet, Mad Men pants ($350) from Tocca, and studious bralettes ($110 each) from The Lake & Stars.
Where: Online at gabrieladelavega.bigcartel.com.
Risa’s Teas and Skin Care
What: Whole-leaf, antioxidant-packed teas ($10-$24); beauty treatment powders ($18-$22); and antiaging treatments ($50-$68) are steeped in nourishing superfoods.
Why: A three-minute wrinkle-resurfacing facial; red bean beauty paste; and no-calorie, sugar-free lemon mint lemonade.
Where: Online at risasnaturals.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Material6