To quote Madonna (something I’m not particularly fond of), “We are living in a material world.” To help you figure out which of the millions of material goods swirling around us is worth spending your hard-earned cash on, we have put together The Want List, consisting of the items we really love this week.
BASIL HAYDEN’S BOURBON x QUODDY DRINKING SHOE SET
Drinking Basil Hayden’s bourbon is an enjoyable experience in and of itself. But the brand figured out a way to enhance it even further. Basil Hayden’s teamed teamed up with Maine shoemaker Quoddy to create a gift set that includes a pair of Quoddy’s renowned moccasins, or “drinking shoes,” and four rocks glasses with coozys crafted from the same luxurious Horween leather as the kicks.
Price unavailable, deepflight.com
There are levels to luxury vehicles. First, there’s the car, then the yacht. But a submarine has to be near the top. The DeepFlight Dragon is a two-seat submarine that looks more like a Formula 1 car but requires minimal training to pilot. The Dragon can dive to a depth of 120 meters and can also hover in one spot. And whenever the Dragon is turned off, it will automatically float to the surface.
BEATS SOLO2 LUXE
Beats has taken its already popular Solo2 headphones and made them even more appealing with Luxe Edition colorways. The four colors—black, silver, blue, and red—have a metallic, high gloss finish that is reminiscent of a sports car. And the headphones have the same high-fidelity sound quality that Beats are known for.
LEGO GHOSTBUSTERS FIREHOUSE HEADQUARTERS
Halloween may be over but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still ghosts to bust. Lego recreated the Ghostbusters firehouse headquarters to hold all your proton packs. The 4,634-brick set, which comes out in January stands 14" tall and includes a laboratory and containment unit. It also comes with nine minifigures, including Peter Venkman and Slimer.
SITSKIE BLOCK BENCH
From $4,000, sitskie.com
Wood furniture has an aesthetic appeal that is tough to match, but it can fall short in comfort. Sitskie’s patented block system creates wooden furniture that looks and feels incredible. Wood blocks are bound together with elastic so that the bench flexes with your body as you move around, similar to memory foam.