Very few contemporary craftsmen have Robert Ogden’s eye for detail. For his namesake Warehouse Table Lamp, this self-taught artist and metalsmith scoured flea markets, factories and junk shops in search of machinery, vintage doodads and decorative doohickeys that ultimately come together in a hodgepodge of hauteness. A one-of-a-kind work of industrial art, the height-adjustable lamp distinguishes itself with a blue quilted mercury shade (circa 1930, discovered in a warehouse near Kansas City), knobs salvaged from steam boilers and water spigots, a cuckoo clock pinecone counterweight and a belt wheel base from an early woodworking machine.


Tired of the limited options in the brick-and-mortar world and the traditional retail experience, the guys from Paul Evans set out to make their own luxury Italian shoes. Made from the finest Italian calfskin leather that’s been Blake stitched for exceptional comfort, sleek design and the ability to resole, these dress shoes are heritage brand quality available to you at a fraction of the cost. Lace up something better with Paul Evans.