In The Mail | JBL, Schoolhouse Electric & More

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In The Mail | JBL, Schoolhouse Electric & More

We’re back with some interesting items we found In The Mail. This week, we showcase an interesting portable music player, a cookbook that will turn you into the chef of the town and more. See the items below.

 

In The Mail | JBL, Schoolhouse Electric & More

JBL “Clip”

We’re excited to have our hands on the new JBL Clip. At first glance the speaker may be small but it packs quite the punch. Other than being the perfect pendant for a necklace (yes — we did this), the Clip connects to your smartphone via bluetooth and even features a mic for conference calls. If the name doesn’t give it away, the speaker can clip onto just about anything for hands-free listening. Pick one up here.

 

In The Mail | JBL, Schoolhouse Electric & More

Roberta’s Cookbook

If you live anywhere close to New York, we hope you’ve stepped foot in Roberta’s Pizza. The Bushwick eatery has gained national acclaim as one of the best pizza joints out there. From a bunch that claim not to be chefs, this book offers up some pretty exquisite recipes from their classic pie to “parsley cake.” Learn more about the restaurant here and pick up a copy of the cookbook here.

 

In The Mail | JBL, Schoolhouse Electric & More

Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. Mollie Hook

Schoolhouse Electric bring us the multicolor “Mollie Hook” coat hanger that’s the perfect addition to our office. The functional piece is inspired by the aesthetic of mid-century industrial design. We’re happy to have it on the wall. Schoolhouse Electric’s flagship boutique in Portland is also definitely worth a visit. Find the coat hanger here.

 

In The Mail | JBL, Schoolhouse Electric & More

Glendon Lambert Soft Accessories

Glendon Lambert grace us with a collection of neckties, bow ties, and handkerchiefs that are all handmade in Brooklyn and New York City. Light spring colors and slub fabric texture make them wearable to any casual or formal outing you’ll attend this season. Learn more about the Brooklyn-based accessory maker here.

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