Links to Love This Week Vol. 4

Links to Love 11/6

Wow I can’t believe it’s already November! Thanksgiving, holiday fetes and family gatherings are all on my mind…

eBay has teamed up with some top designers to create fashionable and function bracelets that double as smartphone chargers. These limited-edition techy-necessities go on sale November 11th and proceeds benefit the Council of Fashion Designers of America Foundation. See the creations featuring designs by Mara HoffmanMichael BastianMillyRachel Zoe and Shipley & HalmosEcouterre

A man films his view of Shanghai from his apartment on the 23rd floor through time-lapses taken over two years and the result is amazing — Shanghaiist 

Amazon has launched a new program called Kindle Matchbook. Depending on your past print-edition book purchases from Amazon, through Matchbook you can receive a digital version for free or at prices starting from $2.99– Amazon

NYC’s funky dessert chain, Momofuku Milk Bar is offering their annual stuffed croissant for the Thanksgiving season. This classic pastry is filled with turkey, cranberry, stuffing and gravy. Only 300 are made per day and are available at all 5 NYC Milk Bar locations. — The Kitchn

The delightfully unusual and intriguing Japanese pop-artist, Yayoi Kusama returns to Manhattan with a new exhibition at David Zwirner gallery beginning on November 8th until December 21st– Architectural Digest

Intelligent Nutrients is opening an NYC store! The leading organic hair brand founded by Horst Rechelbacher (former Aveda founder) is scheduled to open on Decemeber 15 and will be the brand’s first brick and mortar store on the East Coast– Well + Good NYC

Known for their cute, sustainable kicks that give back, TOMS has added another online venture to their site, The Marketplace. It’s an online store featuring goods sold by other like-minded entrepreneurs that promote social good– TOMS

An Ireland-based photographer, Mark Nixon released a book called “Much Loved” featuring photos of people’s stuffed animals collected and loved over the years. Nixon thought of the idea after observing his young son’s attachment to his stuffed bunny. — Photo District News

Okay, 2 of my big obsessions: ballet and Sarah Jessica Parker. SJP has teamed up with the New York City Ballet (for which she is a board member) in the creation and production of an online AOL docuseries revealing the world of ballerinas in the NYCB. I’ll be glued to my computer screen for this.– Refinery 29

What are you loving this week?

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