A new company is making sending fresh and beautifully arranged flowers to a loved one easy. Want to shop at the world’s first gender-free retail store in NYC? Maybe it’s time for a some new Jonathan Adler swimwear. Here’s the round-up of our must-haves this week.
1. Beautiful floral arrangement from Bouqs
Bouqs, a Southern California flower e-store, revolutionizes the floral industry by making ordering flowers effortless. Bouqs prides itself on sourcing fresh, premium flowers from local farmers from California to South America. It offers a variety of unique flowers from fresh cut mini-callas to lavender roses, arranged beautifully. Subscription services are also available from Bouqs, so you can always have fresh flowers. If that weren’t all, Bouqs has a special offer for Hornet readers — get 15% off and free delivery on your first purchase! $40 and up at Bouq.It
2. Phluid Project Collection
The Phluid Project is the first retail space in the world selling exclusively gender-free clothes. Their philosophy is “challenge tradition with a classic solution: love + acceptance,” and their clothing line and accessories truly reflect that idea.
They don’t just stock Phluid Project’s own brand of apparel, but also gender-neutral labels like Gypsy Sport, Fila, Champion, Levi’s and Dr. Martens in its beautiful shop. Phluid Project also hosts special events at this space, as they want to make a safe place for self-expression. Check out their New York shop, or online at thephluidproject.com
3. Yuri!! on Ice plushies
Yuri!! on Ice fans are patiently awaiting the movie to finally come out. Luckily, superfans can slake their thirst for more Yuri!! with these three adorable plush dolls. Are you #TeamYuriKatsuki or #TeamYuriPlisetsky? Or maybe you just want a Victor of your own? Get them all and create your own Yuri!! on Ice stories. $17, amazon.com
4. New Apple Watchbands
Apple just revealed its latest collection of vibrant watchbands this week. This spring collection features colorful bands with unique designs. From updates to old classics like the new woven nylon bands to exclusive Nike bands that match its latest shoe styles, it is time to freshen up your Apple Watch with a brand-new look. $49 – $149, available online and stores at the end of March, apple.com