Taking the iconic design from one of the world's most recognizable motor vehicles, the Retro VW Fridge ($TBA) draws the eye towards a usually unremarkable kitchen appliance. Reminiscent of the unique curved bumper, this fridge takes it back to the original camper van design with its curved 'V' split color silhouette and large 'WV' logo. Using the same colors as the original motor vehicles, this fridge combines 60's design with modern technology. An advanced fan system distributes the air evenly while CrispZones keep your fruit and vegetables fresher for longer. The Retro VW fridge has an A+++ energy efficiency rating and features 260 liters of capacity providing ample storage for the whole family. This fridge is a functional and beautiful addition to an already stylish kitchen.
Norton Motorcycle is an English motorcycle manufacturer from Birmingham, England. FMW is a bike customizer in Italy. FMW's latest build, the Norton Commando 961 Metal Slug Motorcycle by FMW ($TBA) started out as a brand new 2013 Norton Comando 961. Once Lorenzo Fugaroli from FMW got his hands on the bike, he changed over 70% of the original to come up with what we see now. Some of the new features include a new Lorenzo designed air-box, new air intake, exhaust, updated Accossato Superbike radial pumps, and of course the iconic Ohlins golden front suspensions.
The Volvo Concept XC Coupe ($TBA) is the latest look at Volvo's future design direction. But more than that it's a taste of what the much anticipated XC90 will look like when it hits the markets later this year. Volvo has always been known as making family friendly safe cars. Now their taking aim at the younger more active crowd as well. The new coupe concept features 21-inch wheels, and T-shaped daytime running lights. As for safety, the XC is built on Volvo's Scalable Platform Structure which is made from high-strength boron steel that makes the Volvo lighter but safer than previous models. The Volvo Concept XC Coupe is currently making its debut at the Detroit Auto Show.
We just passed the 101st anniversary of the Titanic. What better way to commiserate than a tea bag holder. The Teatanic ($11) was designed by Gordon Adler in the likeness of the ill-fated RMS Titanic. It's made from stainless steel and is extremely easy to use. Insert your tea bag into the center and hook it on the side of your mug. When done, just squeeze the sides to get out all the goodness without the worry of burning your fingers.
The Tanner Good Braided Tether ($100+) will add a bit of style to your everyday carry wallet. When you're looking for security and style in the same package, Tanner will give it to you. Each tether is handmade in Tanner's Randolph workshop. They use either Natural or Meridian English bridle leather that's been hand braided around a steel chain for added security and support. Tethers are available in natural, black, hickory, cognac, and saddle tan colors. Additional features include dual brass hardware clasps. If you get the tether, then you'll probably want to get Tanner's workman wallet to go with it.
Nonnative's "Subcity Deweller" SS14 ($MULTI) collection has just hit stores and it continues on last season's inspiration from Europe. It has some nice pieces including the Rider Blouson - Cotton Army Cloth with Windstopper. The jacket features a vintage washed cotton army cloth, with Windstopper construction that provides protection from the elements. The color palettes are toned down with the remaining pieces like the Dweller Easy Rib pant, Rancher shirts, and cable knit Sailor sweaters. The complete collection is on sale now at Haven.