the book

Free ground shipping on all domestic orders $49+. Boom.
Shop here. Plus! There's newness in our sale section! Up to 50% off.
Stuff We Love

All the Reasons Your Next Party Should Be a Picnic

Stuff We Love BY katie nave freeman 04/16/2019
Cover cmcptreyes photoby candy mountain collective
Sure, your monthly wine-and-cheese night is great, but if you're feeling antsy for a new kind of party plan, consider the humble picnic. For Liz Clark, there is no greater joy than basking in the glow of the Bay Area sunshine - especially when sprawled out on one of her own bright, color-blocked Nipomo blankets. That's why the busy babe launched a pop-up picnic club to encouraging her community (and herself!) to get outside and chill hard. Oh, and the whole thing has a bonus purpose, too, explains Liz: "Another goal is to spread awareness around the importance of cleaning up our outdoor spaces, so we bring along gloves and trash bags. Our hope is to build habits within our larger community." Here's how to follow in her footsteps. READ MORE
Get Outta Town

How to Make the Very Most of a Drive up the West Coast

Get Outta Town BY kiara mills 04/11/2019
Cover marionwild 1
For Katie Glenn, running her clay-and-metal-based jewelry line Marionwild involves packing up and taking the show on the road - and that also makes for a great excuse to get out to some wide open spaces. "Last summer, I had two trade shows: one in San Francisco and one in Seattle," Katie explains. "So my boyfriend and I went on a road trip, trying to combine work and vacation. The trip's 916 miles took us roughly 22 hours." Here's how the pair turned a long-haul drive into a summer vacay worth writing home about. READ MORE
Listen Up

Listen Up: Loss and Community-Building with the Founders of The Dinner Party

Listen Up 04/09/2019
Cover afewthings hero1732
Lennon Flowers and Carla Fernandez are here to discuss their work-wife partnership and their incredible non-profit The Dinner Party, which facilitates a series of potlucks around the country to support people in their twenties and thirties who have experienced a major loss. They're also full of great advice for how to avoid clamming up when someone close to you is going through something hard. Really, we're here for anything and everything they have to share. READ MORE
Key to the City

The Greatest Hits of Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Neighborhood

Key to the City BY courtney conway 04/09/2019
Cover weepingwillow transmitter
Carla Venticinque-Osborn has mastered the whole short-commute thing - the textile designer behind the line Po-em lives in Brooklyn's coolness-packed, northernmost neighborhood. "I love New York and especially the village of Greenpoint. I live close to the water, and my entire life routine - work, kid's school, shopping - takes place within that small area," she explains. Below, Carla shares her neighborhood's best flower shop, french fries, and, um, cat. READ MORE

Want to shop these
very major deals?

You gotta be an Of a Kind newsletter subscriber for access. Enter your email, and if you’re not already signed up, we’ll add you to our list. You'll like it—promise!

Black slash