Our 5 Current Obsessions: Coca-Cola Apparel Perfect for the Coke Fan and Your Own Personal Robot Friend

Our 5 Current Obsessions: Coca-Cola Apparel Perfect for the Coke Fan and Your Own Personal Robot Friend

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Now you can proudly wear your favorite drink everywhere, thanks to a new Coca-Cola apparel collaboration dropping this month. Or maybe you’d prefer a little robot buddy to keep you company. From fashion to technology, here are our current obsessions for this week.

1. Coca-Cola x KITH Summer 2018

If you love the refreshing taste of Coke, you can sport cool Coca-Cola apparel thanks to a new collaboration. This streetwear-inspired collection consists of a varsity jacket, rugby shirt and a pair of Chuck Taylors. Printed in vibrant logo patterns, we can’t wait to wear our favorite beverage on our chest. Available August 18th, price upon request, kith.com 

2. Fidget spinner

A fidget spinner with an actual use? It’s true — this one is not only fun, but packed with useful tools. It features six handy screwdriver heads, including two flat-heads, two Phillips-heads and two Torx tips snapped magnetically into the spinner. The ceramic bearings inside make for smooth spinning. $22, uncommongoods.com 

3. Vector the Robot

Vector the Robot may be the next best thing to a pet. This adorable robot is curious and fully aware of his surroundings. According to the press release, Vector can “see, hear and feel, allowing him to react naturally to the world around him.” Besides answering simple questions, Vector can also learn your name. Pre-order, $199, Vector by Anki

4. Cork Armchair

Brazilian designers Humberto and Fernando Campana recently launched a new furniture line consisting of three cabinets and an armchair all crafted from cork. This armchair, our top pick, may not look comfortable to sit in, but it’s a piece of art — and, more importantly, the furniture is made of sustainable material. Price upon request, compana.com 

5. Ripe Backpack

Described as “The 1988 lovechild of Keith Haring and Lisa Frank,” also inspired by “’90s cartoons, ’80s music, ’70s graffiti and ’60s psychedelia,” Tyler Wallach Studio is about celebrating everything queer with vibrant colors and bold prints. This backpack is the perfect statement piece from the collection. $75, tylerwallachstudio.bigcartel.com 

Are you going to pre-order your Coca-Cola apparel today?


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