Trusted handyman brands like Leatherman and Victorinox Swiss Army have long dominated the multi-tool market, one-upping each other with ever-tinier gadgets tricked out with ever-more- MacGyver-like gear. This device, however, hails from the MoMA Design Store ($25) — better known for modish housewarming gifts than hardware. It’s armed with a hammer, pliers, adjustable wrench, wire cutter, file, blade, screwdriver, and twelve-piece bit set — and yet somehow still looks minimalist. Plus, a vintage-blanket-upholstered chair, an easy-to-clean water bottle, and more in this week's issue [NYM].
Geena Davis’s Two-Step Cure for Hollywood Sexism
The Cut’s Fashion Secret Santa: Jane Larkworthy
The Heroic Commutes of Abortion Providers
- Geena Davis’s Two-Step Cure for Hollywood Sexism
- The Cut’s Fashion Secret Santa: Jane Larkworthy
- Zoe Saldana Was Ruffled Up at the amFAR Gala
- The Heroic Commutes of Abortion Providers
- Beyoncé Just Dropped an Album With No Warning
- SNL Auditioned Black Female Cast Members
- Susan Sarandon Was High at Most Hollywood Events
- How to Wish List Like a Pro: Wanelo Wish Lists
- Givenchy Casts Erykah Badu in Ads, High Five!
- There’s a Six-Hour Line for the Trendiest Selfie
- The Best and Worst of December Fashion Magazines
- The Cut’s Advent Calendar: 13 Days to Go!
- Meet SAMMA: A Minimal, Pared-Down Jewelry Line
- Help: I’m a People-Pleaser, and I Hate It
- Lorde and Taylor Swift Are Now Bosom Buddies