Here are 5 Things Giving Vanichi Editors Life.

The Vanichi editors are excited. From froggy rings to Pueblo pottery-inspired traveller mugs to headphones that can convert into bracelets, here are 5 things giving Vanichi editors life right now.

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COUP Charmed Ring

450 US

COUP was launched in 2016 by Nikoo Ghiasvand, a graduate from Central Saint Martins College, London, and Padina Yaghmai, a GIA graduate from LA, with a background in Architecture. COUP represents the duos’ decision to venture towards an experimental platform of expression that extends beyond mainstream consumerism. Their designs pay attention to the harmony of nature while supporting a defined and edgy framework.


TAIBO BACAR Blue Pattern Midi Dress

250 US

Fashioned from crepe by Instituto Marangoni-trained designer Taibo Bacar, this damask pattern dress is enhanced by lace down the center panel and along the 3/4 sleeves. Made in Mozambique, Bacar is known for silhouettes that utilize a woman’s waistline to accentuate natural feminine curves. Available in the US via

sacai pineapple print belted shorts

SACAI Pineapple Print Belted Men’s Shorts

689 US

Once upon a time, Chitose Sakai worked under the legendary Rei Kawakubo for Comme des Garcons as a new designer. She soaked up indispensible knowledge before launching her own line out of her Tokyo apartment in 2000. These Sacai knee length, black cotton, belted shorts have a Pineapple and floral print that, simply put, makes us happy.

wraps natural walnut

WRAPS Natural Walnut


Featuring real natural walnut beads, these headphones can be wrapped into a bracelet when they aren’t providing your ears with tunes. They also have a universal one button microphone so you can play/pause your tunes and answer calls, 20Hz – 20kHz frequency response and anti-tangle storage.

Robin Teller Traditional Pottery Design Travel Mug

ROBIN TELLER Pueblo Pottery Inspired Travel Mug

25 US

This Robin Teller Pueblo Pottery Design Travel Mug is art that can get up and go with you. The design is inspired by traditional Pueblo pottery and is crafted by Robin Teller from Isleta Pueblo. Robin is the daughter of Stella Teller, an accomplished pottery artist. Robin has been making her own pottery from roughly 1988 forward, making storytellers, nativity groupings, human and animal figures, polychrome jars and bowls.