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Most people have heard of collecting coffee grounds to feed your soil, but brands do a lot more with the post-bean. For example, Lilienthal Berlin transforms soils from Berlin cafes and roasters into a surprising type of product: watches. The “Coffee Watch” features a Swiss quartz movement, sapphire hardened mineral crystal, leather strap and used coffee grounds case. The watch was created in partnership with Kaffeeform, which has been producing and marketing reusable coffee cups made from coffee grounds since 2009. Whether you’re committed to living more sustainably or just love waking up to the smell ( or the feel) of coffee – this might just be the watch for you. Today we’re looking at a new range of athleisure sunglasses, bike lights and a cool hoodie. It’s fast today.

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John Hardy’s Heishi Bead Bracelet is sustainably made to impress

Understated all-weather accessories are hard to find. Fortunately, we have shortened your search. Meet John Hardy, a brand founded around a dedication to uniquely handcrafted jewelry; a commitment to its artisans; and an enduring focus on luxury goods. Her coveted Heishi bead bracelet is sustainably crafted with ethically sourced tonal stones and 100% reclaimed silver. Explore the range today to discover versatile, hand-beaded bracelets and necklaces made with lapis lazuli, black onyx and hematite, Australian opal or turquoise. Secure a piece of heritage art now to complete the link between timeless and eternal youth.


Article One Announces ACTIVE 2022 Summer Collection

Article One is an independent eyewear brand that champions high quality sports frames. Today it announced a second collection of five sunglasses that feature lighter frames, increased flexibility and improved scratch resistance. The company explains that this collection “deliberately resists performance aesthetics” and challenges the expectation that technical eyewear should look competitive or intense. All five frames are made with hexastate and CR39 polarized lenses with an anti-reflective coating on the back that blocks 100% of UVA/UVB rays and prevents glare from the road. The glasses will each cost $199 starting July 26.


Mille launches new bike lights to empower evening cyclists

Thousand is at the forefront of innovation in bicycle helmets; now it is expanding its line to include front and rear lights for bicycles, scooters and other “forms of micro-mobility”. The design of the lights was inspired by camera lenses and the team fitted the lights with a dial that allows riders to easily switch between three modes: Eco Flash, Solid and Daylight Flash. Lightweight (40g) and easy to mount (magnetically) to a variety of handlebars and seatposts, the lights are available in three colors and will be sold directly on the Thousand website for $65 as a set or individually for $35 each .


A cooling hoodie made from recycled plastic bottles

This summer, Eclipse Sun Products partnered with 37.5 Technology to develop a line of sunscreen products that harness thermoregulation technology while providing ample UPF sun protection. The 3.75 hoodie, available in men’s and women’s sizes, is remarkable. The shirt is made from recycled plastic bottles and offers UPF 50+ sun protection. It also features “humidity and temperature control” designed by 37.5 Technology, which has successfully created “an evaporative cooling effect” that helps “your body’s natural processes diffuse water from your skin before it consolidates into liquid sweat. The 37.5 Hooded Shirt for Men comes in five colors and retails for $93.


Carhartt WIP teams up with Suicoke to launch 4 sandals

Carhartt WIP has teamed up with Suicoke to tackle two of the brand’s most popular models: the Moto and the Depa. The brands released the Carhartt WIP x Suicoke Moto and Carhartt WIP x Suicoke Depa in two colorways, Hamilton Brown and Black. Designs take inspiration from the canvas and corduroy construction of Carhartt’s iconic Detroit Jacket, and the Moto Slide features both Dearborn canvas and corduroy on its upper. The Moto sells for $265 on the Carhartt WIP site, while the Depa can be secured for just $242.


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