All Your Web In One Place.

Everything you want to read - news, your favorite blogs, art and more - in one convenient place designed for you.

Learn more about MultiPLX or signup for personalized experience.

Aimé Leon Dore + Frank Clegg Travel Pack: A handsome minimalist backpack made of crisp, natural canvas and tumbled leather

July has been a solid month for NYC-based menswear label Aimé Leon Dore. Early on, the brand released their sophomore collection to great admiration, and just this past week they...

Oregon Manifest: INDUSTRY's Solid Bike: The titanium concept design features integrated haptic navigation and an interfacing app for urban cyclists

by Hunter Hess Getting people to ride a bike as a part of an urban lifestyle has been a major challenge for the cycling community.

Interview: Denise J Reytan: The Berlin artist's "wearable collages" mix vivid colors, silicone, precious gems and more

While many jewelry designers stick to classics like gold, silver and semi-precious stones, Denise J Reytan builds her "wearable collages" from the most unusual colors and materials.

Word of Mouth: Faroe Islands: Sailing, hiking and the best in dining across the pristine, tiny nation

With a dramatic landscape as intricately charming as it is awe-inspiring, the Faroe Islands (a nation located between Iceland and Norway), provide a destination unlike any other.

Build Your Own VIDDY Pinhole Camera: A DIY set for building a charming 35mm and medium format machine

It's been over a year since the wild success of UK-based artist Kelly Angood's "The Pop-Up Pinhole Project"—a Kickstarter initiative, for which she proposed a camera that buyers assemble for themselves, from card stock.

ListenUp: The Smiths get covered, DJ DB Burkeman on the Rolling Stones and more in this week's look at music

Shabazz Palaces: Lese Majesty Ishmael Butler—whose notoriety peaked in the mid '90s when he became known as Butterfly, one-third of experimental trio Digable Planets—is a music veteran with impeccable taste and tenacity.

Link About It: This Week's Picks : The New Yorker's archives freely unfold, space plant photography, the science behind tattoos and more in our weekly look at the web

1. Opening The New Yorker Archives With the launch of their redesign and in preparation for their upcoming pay wall, The New Yorker has opened up its archives free to the public—temporarily.

Photographer Cole Barash Presents "Talk Story": An intimate look at the culture behind the waves and white sand of Hawaii's famed North Shore

The North Shore of Oahu—quite likely the most photographed surfing destination in the world—is the go-to reference point for big wave-riding for both surfers and non-surfers.

Aston Martin Revives Bespoke Lagonda Model: The historic nameplate is reintroduced, drawing inspiration from its 1976 predecessor

In 1976 Aston Martin introduced the William Towns-designed Lagonda, a cutting-edge automobile unlike anything the market had seen before.

Upgrading From Foam Earplugs to EarPeace: The soft silicone plugs are convenient, comfortable and discreet

Among the chaos of logistics and pre-gaming when headed to a live show, hearing protection is often low on the list of priorities—and is only remembered when you leave with your ears ringing and buzzing.

Purpose-Built Bags From Bravo Co.: A group of professional photographers and skateboarders create their ideal bag brand

It seems a bag company crops almost weekly, and though each label might bring something new to the table, highly considered design elements tailored for specific uses are rare.

Interview: Gemma Shiel of Lazy Oaf: Probing the '90s-obsessed, pizza-loving designer's mind and an inside look at the Autumn '14 collection, available today

Don't be misled by the pink-haired, effervescent yet sensible Gemma Shiel. The creative mastermind behind the London-based label Lazy Oaf has a youthful energy that manifests in the saucy, playful...

Assembly Design's 00 Clock: Juxtaposing measurement and abstraction, a grid wall-clock with reversible hands

Balancing a calculated academic approach with a very tactile studio process, the New York City-based duo Assembly Design (responsible for the imaginative furniture collaboration that debuted at this year's ICFF) is now exploring familiar...

Lomography x Nixon: Analog Russia : A chilling surf trip to the country's northeast coast, captured in film by surfers and photographers alike

In the northeast corner of Russia lies the Kamchatka Peninsula. As beautiful as it is barren, the remote and harsh landscape is sparsely populated and surely an acquired taste for the small but steady number of adventure-seekers that visit year-round.

Fold Pot by Emanuele Pizzolorusso: Silicone pots that grow with your plants

Certain designers have a knack for solving problems so basic that their creations feel immediately timeless.

Vanessa Prager's Dreamers: The self-taught artist uses thick oil paint to creating dripping, melting portraits of imagined yet familiar figures

Vanessa Prager is no stranger to CH—whether she's wielding a paintbrush or a ballpoint pen over vintage music sheets, the LA-based artist always surprises with her next move.

Mother of Pearl + Richard Saja for Fall 2014: British brand taps the Brooklyn-based embroidery artist for a "weird" hybrid between couture and sportswear

In a world over-saturated with half-baked fashion collaborations, there are very few stories as compelling as that of Mother of Pearl, the British luxe sportswear line founded by Maia Norman in 2010.

In the Garden of Sonic Delights, Katonah: Caramoor goes out of its comfort zone to host a series of new outdoor sound art installations

Caramoor Center for Music & the Arts, a sprawling country estate, is known for its outdoor classical and opera offerings—befitting the quiet Westchester town in which it's located.

Fashion Photography Next: A survey of 35 emerging photograhers from 14 countries

As time has shown, those who document fashion are oftentimes as influential and culturally significant as the individual designers themselves.

Tracksmith's Classically Styled Running Apparel: Gear that's aesthetically inspired by the sport's collegiate past and built with today's top materials

As active performance wear continues to progress both in technology and forward-thinking design, many designers draw their inspiration from contemporary street style and fashion.