The Lovery The Lovery, founded by Sharon and Betty Hakimian is an online boutique specializing in custom engagement rings and wedding bands featuring precious and semi-precious gemstones of all colors of the rainbow. The company was envisioned when Sharon was searching for engagement rings. Jewelry stores were not willing to make the minor adjustments she requested, and custom rings were outrageously expensive and would take months to receive. This void in the market for custom jewelry at an affordable price opened the doors for The Lovery.EPIK Canvas When searching for art, you want to find something that reflects your artistic preference, while not damaging your bank account. EPIK Canvas provides inspiring wall art that everyone can afford. Founded in 2017, their online art gallery boasts a wide variety of handmade pieces created by artists around the world. Each purchase pays artists for their hard work, ensuring the constant cycle of breathtaking art continues. EPIK’s wide range of talent accommodates all preferences. Those who prefer colorful designs will enjoy their pop culture art selection, while their abstract paintings appeal to those who favor a pure, classical image.The Rafter Club By pulling inspiration from basketball sneakers, Rafter Club is innovating the style of formal shoes, while still working with traditional high-quality materials that keep them appropriate for any occasion. Basketball sneakers create an emotional connection to the consumer and push creative boundaries in ways less often seen in men's dress shoes. There is no disputing the NBA has emerged as the sport when it comes to fashion. Through the years, players like Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson, Russell Westbrook, and thousands of others have profoundly influenced the lifestyle and clothing adapted by millions of people. Dress shoe styles have remained constant for the past 100 years, and men today are ready to wear something memorable. Rafter Club is passionate about bringing the diversity and swag of basketball culture to a new market.Little Monsters Backpacks are one of the most ubiquitous material items in a kid’s life. Unlike workbooks and crayon boxes, which have a lifespan of just a single school year, a backpack travels with a kid from grade to grade, sometimes parting ways with its owner only after they decide it’s no longer their style or after its foam straps have disintegrated and its wax-coated canvas is riddled with holes. Little Monsters created by Nate Bourdeau welcomes a line of backpacks inspired by a kid, for kids. That's right. He's a kid. At six years old, Nate is making his mark in the fashion industry, creating a backpack that will turn heads and be a hit at school, the playground, camp and much more! His “Dinoseries” backpack styles are colorful, fun, and customized to deal with the care-free, reckless life of a child. Perfect for ages 2-8, your child will cherish these creative backpacks for years.Origem HS-3 Earbuds If you’re on the go and gravitate towards earbuds over headphones, Origem’s first foray into in-ear headphones is a clear winner across the Internet. Origem, a team of passionate engineers, and industrial designers strive to turn earbuds into a multi-functional acoustic device. With the HS-1, and HS-2 already released, the music world eagerly stands-by for the HS-3. Launching sometime in late February, these revolutionary earbuds come with six hours of battery on thirty minutes charge, Bluetooth 5.0, HDR audio, IPX5 water resistance, and direct voice command. The High Dynamic Range Audio Algorithm automatically maps, culls, mixes and optimizes sound across all frequency levels to make it a perfect acoustic experience on any volume, and the direct voice command allows you to pause, play, or skip a song without having to click a button. Both features are unavailable in any other earbud. Origem has also partnered with experienced manufacturers to make the product affordable to all. For $100 the HS-3 will be available in three different colors next month.The Barisieur Coffee is a key component in millions of people's morning rituals, as many do not consider themselves functional until they take that first sip. While it would be nice to always "Wake up and smell the coffee", oftentimes this is not realistic. That all changed with The Barisieur. With this groundbreaking invention, you can be eased into your morning by soothing sounds of bubbling water along with the smell of the freshly brewed coffee or loose leaf tea.Make Your Own Fancy! A few years ago, Fancy switched from being a traditional e-commerce retailer to a marketplace. As a marketplace, we no longer have to focus on buying and selling products ourselves. Instead, when a sale takes place on Fancy, the product is drop-shipped by one of our vendors and we receive a percentage commission on the transaction. Our customer finds the product she wants, our vendors open up a new risk-free sales channel and Fancy profits without holding inventory. We love this business model and want to help you operate your own marketplace.Slumber party Do you have something to look forward to after a long day of work? How about a slumber party.. you don't even have to have one to wear pajamas from morning meetings to evening drinks.Sparkle time Just in time for the holidays, we are gearing up with anything that sparkles. It sets us in a festive mood, brings the spotlight (celebs are literally shining on the red carpet) and makes everyone just a little bit jealous.Boss lady There are not that many pieces that suit any body shape and require very little effort to be office-approved. The pencil skirt is one and as much as we love its practicality and humble character, we need to upgrade our trusty friend to make it appealing again.Sneaker of the week: Foamposite One Legion Green Just when Nike seems to have reimagined the Foamposite in pretty much every colorway there is, the Legion Green hits the streets, right on time for the tail end of Fall. The shoes which NBA icon Penny Hardaway made famous in 1997 have continued to carry out his legacy and forge new paths as it makes its ascent up the shortlist of the top sneakers ever. While this version gets a brand new color, the sturdy, timeless silhouette remains alive and kicking. As usual, the shoe performs well when put to the test, whilst looking fantastic with a wide range of outfits. Throw these on with your favorite jeans or joggers and you're good to go.Sneaker of the week: Nike SF Air Force 1 Hi Boot The Nike Air Force 1 line is a staple in sneaker culture, proving to be one of the few shoes that can stand the test of time and ever-changing fads. While its classic silhouette is undoubtedly iconic, it has never been afraid to play around with different concepts and ideas. With the Nike SF Air Force 1 Hi Boot, its free spirited innovation is on full display. The military inspired version looks like nothing else on the market right now, and it hits the streets just in time for the AF1's 35th anniversary. The shoe gives off some serious Fall/Winter vibes, and its boot-like technology will allow you to brave the harshest of weather in style.Shear-link Warmer leather jackets have returned to our wardrobes, slowly but surely becoming our favorite leathers once again. We are bundling up in the softest, plushest and did we mention warmest outerwear this season - the shearling jacket.Fall blues True, deep, light, azure, cobalt, sky, ultramarine, navy, indigo, baby, ocean - these are all shades of blue, the color that has been associated with calmness, infinity and harmony and that is giving black a run for its money.Sneaker of the week: Saucony Shadow 6000 The Saucony shadow has been a staple in the sneaker culture for decades, as its timeless silhouette has found its lane and stuck to it. Its formula of taking a comfy and durable lifestyle shoe and placing it in some of the iciest color ways there is, has proven to be a massive hit among its fans. The Shadow 6000 is no exception, as its new take on the original 1991 design gives it some serious modern appeal. This installment of the shoe brushes up on some of the performance aspects, while keeping the overall feel that nostalgic sneaker heads have come to know and love. The shoe gives off a relaxed aesthetic that can compliment a wide range of your favorite outfits.Sneaker of the week: Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer Flyknit Racer The Air Zoom Mariah's first models originally bursted on to the scene in the 80's and quickly shifted the culture's mindset on just how light a shoe can be. The shoe was revolutionary for its time, but with it being considered as only a racing shoe, it was still quite one dimensional. Fast forward to present day, the shoe is given new life with its flyknit release, a look just as suitable for running on the track as it is wearing with an outfit. Its sly subtlety makes it an underrated addition to any closet, and its performance remains just as elite now as its predecessor.S/S 2018 Trends Four major fashion weeks might be over but they left a lot of excitement behind. We are talking about trend predictions that will be picture worthy next Spring and Summer.Sneaker of the week: Nike Lunar Force 1 '17 Duckboot If there's any shoe that embodies the spirit of Fall, it's the Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot. The olive tones give it the perfect autumn feel, and its rugged material provides it with the durability to match. The Lunar Force finds a middle ground between the construction of both a sneaker and boot, enabling it to look sturdy without carrying too much bulk. With its snug fit, the shoe is an ideal match with your favorite jeans, sweats or however you decide to style it.Sneaker of the week: Nike Air Max BW Ultra Moire The Nike Air Max BW is often dubbed as the "Air Max Classic", a fitting name for one of the brands most iconic styles. Originally debuted in 1991, the shoe was characterized by it's uniquely large air unit, thus giving birth to the "Big Window" part of its name. The concept has been duplicated in countless models since, but the Air Max BW remains the originator, and a valued commodity for true sneaker heads everywhere. With the newly minted versions of the shoe, the materials are stripped down for a lighter, modernized feel. The shoe's elite performance is a much welcomed addition to a shoe that was already a fan favorite.Mischief The 90's inspired trends are not going away and are perfect for the ones who refuse to take themselves too seriously.A silver lining With the total solar eclipse this past summer, silver is having a moment this Fall and we are loving all the sparkle and attention that come with it.Sneaker of the week: Nike Flight Bonafide When the Nike Flights first hit the streets in 1995, its innovative and futuristic sole unit captured the imagination of the sneaker world almost immediately. The shoe pushed the limits on what a basketball sneaker could look like, paving the way for countless other daring concepts that would come after it. Years later, the Nike Flight Bonafide was born. The shoe pays homage to the classics, but adds some new flavor that is in tune with this generation. The Bonafide keeps the ambitious sole unit, and couples it with a stylish silhouette and color way. The shoe is the perfect marriage of retro and new school, and a nice addition to your closet this fall.You were Plaid One pattern that's unavoidable this Fall is plaid (or variations of it like checks and houndstooth). Criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colors, aka tartan (or a plaid as a material used for making kilts or blankets), originated in Scotland, where each clan had a specific cloth pattern. Men in skirts, now we remember!!Sneaker of the week: Air Max 95 Premium "Cobblestone" Decades into the game, the Air Max 95 continues to lengthen its range as its silhouette has a shoe for seemingly any situation. With the Premium Cobblestone version, the suede material and cool tones give off a very relaxed, casual appeal which hits the shelves just in time for the cooler weather. The look is ideal for those looking for a classic to compliment a fly outfit, as it blends flawlessly with jeans or joggers. This is a shoe that will turn heads this fall, a subtle addition to a line that continues to make all the right choices in footwear.Shiftcam: The future of mobile photography Whether you're snapping some casual pics of your friends, or capturing a breathtaking sunset, the right camera lens is necessary for a professional level pic. The luxury of being able to adjust and change the lens on the fly was once reserved solely for DSLR and other pricey camera options. The Shiftcam however, has revolutionized mobile photography, bringing its 6 in 1 Dual Lens System to the iPhone 7 Plus and into the hands of photographers everywhere. This innovation has closed the gap between mobile photography and DSLR cameras, giving iPhone users the ability to take a vast array of beautiful images on the go.Sneaker of the week: Air Jordan 8 'Cool Grey' The Jordan Cool Grey series has been met with overwhelming acclaim since the 11s sported the colorway in 2001, and its run continues with the recently released Cool Grey 8s. The silhouette which was debuted in 1993 takes more of a lifestyle approach with this look, and its relaxed tones arrive in perfect unison with the fall. The shoe which MJ completed his first Three Peat in is a timeless classic, and its recent release gives it some quality new school appeal. The Cool Grey 8s are smooth enough for any outfit, but manage to keep the rugged performance that make it an iconic hoop shoe.Fancy NYC Store: 57 Bond Street Fancy is no stranger to hosting retail shops, with high profile locations such as Los Angeles, and Miami already on our resume. With our most recent NYC site though, we've managed to incorporate some of the world's most prestigious brands into a location that's just off the beaten path. Pedestrians who may be en route to one of Bond Street's renowned restaurants will stumble across the Fancy NoLIta location. With products that cover 4 of the 5 senses, Fancy's store co-exists perfectly with the block known for the best food in the city. After getting your fill at Bond St. or The Smile, our store will have you covered with everything else.Sneaker of the week: Jordan J23 low The Jordan brand continues to diversify its catalogue, and the J23 low is the latest in its impressive line of lifestyle options. The shoe manages to live up to its namesake as it sits firmly in the intersection of style and functionality. The simple, yet intricate design shows an attention to detail, but its relaxed tones give it a subtle feel. The shoe is just as useful on the track as it is complimenting your favorite outfit. The J23 features elements of other iconic shoes that don the Jumpman logo, blending them in a manner that screams sleekness and style.Robe me Trench coats, that many of us love and own, have been around for almost 200 years, best known for their use by the military in World War I, thanks to some serious technological fabric development by Mackintosh, Aquascutum and of course Burberry. It's a classic garment, due to it's rich history, practicality and symbolic elegance, worn by everyone who is anyone from Catherine Deneuve and Jackie O. to Kate Moss and Alexa Chung.Sneaker of the week: Formula J23 low The Jordan Brand has a thing for nostalgia, and its trend of blending elements from its most iconic shoes is kept alive with the Formula 23 Low. The shoe contains features from the critically acclaimed Jordan X, giving off the kind of classic feel that is commonly associated with the silhouette. In the Formula 23 though, the look and performance of the shoe is re-energized with modern performance and a street ready approach. The design achieves the same visual appeal as its inspirations, but its sleek nature and easygoing comfort takes a more lifestyle direction.Sneaker of the week: Nike Lunar Charge Essential The LunarCharge Essential Womens shoe combines some of Nike's most iconic features into one silhouette, that is equally comfortable and stylish. With its pastel colored version, the sneaker is enriched with beautiful Plum Fog tones, giving off a soft elegance that works perfectly with the style itself. The shoe's slip-on design makes it ideal to put on quick and easy, and its Lunarlon midsole ensures a sturdy ride throughout. The sleek make up of the shoe fuses elements of classics such as The Nike Air Max 90 and Air Presto, giving the LunarCharge its own signature feel. The pastel version of the shoe is a beautiful new look, on a shoe that is quickly carving out a reputation in its own right.The Power of Breath Breathe in water as naturally as on land, glide smoothly like a dolphin, enjoy the beauty of lakes and seas with the Powerbreather, an innovative sports tool that allows you to breathe as naturally in the water as you do on shore.Sneaker of the week: Nike Air Presto Premium The Nike Air Presto Premium is back and its three new colorways are an invigorating take on the comfortable running shoe. Its latest versions are inspired by Geology, with each shoe taking on the theme of a precious metal. The pack includes a Metallic Hematite version which glimmers next to its black base and Cool Grey midsole. The Silver colorway blends perfectly with its platinum base for a cool, steely aesthetic. Finally the Presto Premium shines bright with its Gold version, a shimmering colorway providing enough pop to stand out in any setting.Sneaker of the week: Air Max 95 The Air Max 95 has been a staple in the sneaker culture for over a decade, as its iconic design has quietly made its way into the ranks of the greatest Nikes of all time. It's latest colorways are anything but quiet though, as the hypnotic blend of vibrant iridescent paneling make them certified head turners. The Red Stardust, White Ice and Brushed Metal versions of the shoe are available exclusively for women, and serve as the perfect choice of footwear to make a statement in this summer. The shoes are a breath of fresh air for enthusiast of the classic Air Max's, and their brilliant colors are sure to attract new fans along the way.Après Swim We wrote about what to wear and bring to the beach for the ultimate, comfortable day spent splashing in the water, but what to wear afterwards? Whether you are channelling surfer girl coolness or going for boho/70's/total diva vibe, or just practical yet put together, we've got some tricks up our sleeves.Life Time Athletic at Sky Located in the heart of NYC, Life Time Athletic at Sky has quickly become a staple of the city's culture and a top-notch destination for those looking for elite fitness and recreation centers. The flagship site features a diverse array of attractions for its client’s needs, including fine dining, spa access and entertainment. Combining state of the art facilities with hospitable service, Life Time Athletic at Sky is in a class of its own.Sneaker of the week: Air Jordan J23 Low The Jordan Brand has added a new and stylish addition to its lifestyle line with the J23 Low. The shoe combines the functionality of a top notch training sneaker with the visual aesthetic that has come to be associated with the Jumpman logo. The J23 is a light and easy wear to throw on this summer with your favorite pair of shorts or sweats. Those using the shoe to train will find comfort in its flexibility, cushioning and effective traction. The shoe's look, along with its versatility, allow it to thrive and stand out in various settings.Sneaker of the week: Nike Air Zoom Chalapuka After an extensive hiatus, the Nike Air Zoom Chalapuka has made its way back into the collective hearts and closets of sneaker-heads everywhere. The cutting edge silhouette first graced the scene in 2001 and was lauded for its sleek, futuristic aesthetic as well as its comfortable feel. Originally given an extremely limited release, the shoe has gone down as a rarity, and its elusive nature has made its return even more celebrated this time around.La vie en rosé When we go shopping, there are many factors that can influence how and what we purchase. Studies show that visual cues, such as colors can trigger responses in our brain that affect the way we purchase products. In these studies, 85% of participants said they chose a particular product because of its color.Sneaker of the week: Nike Footscape NM Jacquard The Nike Footscape NM Jacquard has been held in high regard since its release over 20 years ago, and its "Still Blue" installation adds a fresh new colorway to its impressive catalog. Known for its durable traction, unique construction and quirky, off centered lacing system, the shoe has always been well received by the sneaker community. The latest colorway manages to remain minimalistic, while still highlighting the shoe's signature elements.Tea Time 2.0 It’s often said that popularity in culture is cyclical in nature; topics, items, fads, trends. All things that over time ascend and descend in being considered “cool.” One centuries old item that has suddenly found its time in the spotlight again is, you guessed it, tea. Depending on what you believe, the story of tea is rumored to have originated in the year 2737 B.C. in Imperial China. As the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong was boiling water in a garden, a leaf fell in, creating an abundance of flavor to his hot drink that he’d never experienced before. Thus tea was born, and quickly became a staple in early Chinese and Japanese cultures, as it served several health-related and spiritual purposes for its user.Behno The modern world is finally shifting towards sustainability, responsibility and eco-consciousness. Among many fashion brands that are following this tendency, there is one that truly stands out.Crystal Clear When one combines a remarkable craftsmanship and bold artistic view with a rich history, a new kind of genius is born. That innovator was Rene-Jules Lalique, the founder of cherished brand Lalique, best known for its glasswork, primarily using crystal (lead glass), jewelry, design, art, perfumes and decorative objects. While studying at the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs in Paris and later in England, Lalique polished the newly learned skills by becoming an apprentice to jeweler Louis Aucoc, then transitioning to being an independent designer for some of the best jewelry houses such as Cartier and Boucheron.Schatzii: Redefining Audio As the arms race for the mobile industry’s top dog continues, accessories companies are going right along for the ride; always innovating and creating new products the world never knew they needed until they saw them. And while most consumers trust their mobile providers for their day-to-day needs, there is a booming market for 3rd-party vendors eager to change the game.