The September 2011 O List
A few new, vastly improved things we just love!
O, The Oprah Magazine |
August 09, 2011
What do you get when you combine age-old craftsmanship with innovative design? A chic, handblown cruet for serving oil and vinegar.
$44 to $54 each | NYCruets.com
Thanks to new "Just Click" technology, the straps and case covers of this gold-plated chronograph can be changed in one simple motion.
$625 with two additional cases | glamrockwatches.com
Clear pockets, detachable shoulder strap, nylon changing pad, and 25 Velcro labels make this the ultimate mother's little helper.
$299 | danzobaby.com
The flat design of this sheepskin teddy bear makes it the most huggable thing to come out of Australia since Hugh Jackman.
$49 each | elksandangels.com
Chewy, crunchy, sweet, salty, and highly addictive—this luscious handmade candy bar puts the vending machine stuff to shame.
$6 each | Zingermans.com
It's not often you find something more expensive-looking than it really is—but this glass bowl mixes Missoni mystique with a Target price.
$40, available September 13 | target.com
The exceptional traction and drainage, the excellent support, and the
enhanced breathability built into Adidas Outdoor's new boat shoes mean
you can hike to your feet's content.
$70 | zappos.com
Here are 23 essential tools all rolled into one compact little holder. It's the next best thing to living with a handyman.
$25 | kelvintools.com
Italian designer Paola Navone brings contemporary flair to a style that's been around for centuries. Not your great-great-grandmother's spongeware!
Richard Ginori 1735, starting at $20 each |
Extend your living room all the way to the backyard, with a patio heater cleverly disguised as a lamp.
$2,438 | kindleliving.com
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