The newest high-end gear for your kitchen, tabletop, picnic–even your home brewery.
After taking up home-brewing, local Angela Muñiz came to find out that crafting beer is a dusty, wet and sticky task. So, Muñiz, creator of GFA Aprons (which has great designs for chefs, home cooks, kids and crafters), took matters into her own hands and fashioned the just-debuted The Beer Maker Apron ($45). Available in three colors, The Beer Maker Apron includes all the necessary loops and pockets for commercial or home brewers—plus a unique razorback design for utmost comfort. www.gfaaprons.com.
L’OBJET of My Affection
In honor of L’OBJET’S 10th anniversary, founder and creative director, Elad Yifrach, has created the stunning Sous Le Ciel collection of dinnerware and table accents. Through July 31, one of the three private dining rooms at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester will become Salon L’OBJET, and diners using the room will be invited to select any combination of items from the anniversary collection. Plus, the head chef of Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, Jocelyn Herland, created an amuse bouche inspired by Sous Le Ciel that will be served exclusively in the Salon L’OBJET. www.l-objet.com.
SoYoung’s new Large Cooler Bags ($37) were designed with the urban family in mind. Just right for picnicking with the kids, the fully insulated lining comes with a removable insert for easy cleaning and the messenger makes it a breeze to tote hands-free. www.soyoung.ca.
Under the Sea
Capturing the majestic beauty of the sea, Nambé uses signature alloy blend, acacia wood and stainless steel for its just-unveiled Oceana Collection. The luxury lineup spotlights organically shaped, wavelike salad bowls, serving dishes and seafood essentials, including a lobster cracker. Prices ranges from $20 to $200. www.nambe.com.