From homeware ideas to wardrobe inspiration for the months ahead, we’re constantly on the lookout for noteworthy pieces worth investing in. From a season-less knitted polo shirt to a Fritz Hansen design classic, here are the top 5 items to drop this week on OPUMO.
A key transitional piece, a knitted polo works both on its own and layered underneath lightweight outerwear. It’s also one of Artknit Studio’s signature designs, so you can count on the Italian brand to nail the fit and fabrication of this classic piece. Made from brushed merino wool and with a regular fit, pair it with tailored trousers or simply wear it around the house for an equally comfy alternative to loungewear.
You can’t go too far wrong with a pair of minimal men's trainers, but some are better than others. Unseen Footwear has mastered the style, infusing their designs with luxurious leathers and suede, like this khaki pair you see before you. Designed in London and made in Italy, the Helier model takes its inspiration from classic tennis styles, and features unique details such as a strip of reflective material on the heel.
Continuing the khaki theme is this key wrap by Campbell Cole, specifically designed to stop your keys from scratching valuables. Like all of Campbell Cole’s products it boasts a pared back design that allows the materials to do the talking. Italian veg-tanned leather forms the basis of the design which snaps closed with a metal stud, and the stainless steel wire rope simply pulls open, allowing keys to be easily fed through it.
A home always benefits from a bit of foliage, but plants can be hard to come by at the minute, so a print is the next best thing. Shot by Rikka Kantinkoski, this photography print was first published in the 2016 ‘Green Home Book’, a tome dedicated to decorating and living with green plants, but now it can jazz up and add a bit of life to your walls.
First introduced in 1957, this chair got its name later that same year when it won the Grand Prix prize at the Triennale in Milan. Highly sought after since then, this Fritz Hansen design features a one-piece shell steam-bent out of nine layers of veneer, with a base of four slender oak legs. Presented in black, this take will look particularly striking against a white-walled room.