1. The Bibliochaise by Italian company Nobody & Co doubles as a comfy seat and a storage space that holds 300 books.
2. Thanks to Berlin-based designer David Bizner, we can now wear our voices or favorite songs around our necks in jewelry form. Bizner offers the aptly named Waveform Necklace with beads shaped after digital audio recordings.
3. In this abstract photograph titled "Rainmaker," artist Simon Berger plays with light to create an illusion of drizzling luminosity.
4. In homage to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics, the British company Bompas & Parr opened the Big Rooftop Tea & Golf Party, a nine-hole, cake-based golf course, on Selfridges' legendary rooftop for the summer. Featuring Buckingham Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the Tower Bridge draped in fondant and piped with icing, the golf course is so decadent that Bompas & Parr asks vistors to refrain from licking the obstacles!
5. Nicolas GhesquiÃ¨re's ballet-inspired Resort 2013 collection for Balenciaga is definitely en pointe.
6. Employing custom sandwichs designed to showcase the culture of each of the 50 states, Chicago student Kelly Pratt's photograph series Stately Sandwiches takes us on a scrumptious voyage through the U.S..
7. Chinese artist Lu Xinjian reinterprets the words of William Shakespeare and Charles Baudelaire with his series of paintings called Invisible Poems.
8. Visit Claude Monet's garden without the airfare to France. The New York Botanical Garden has spent two years cultivating an exact replica of the French Impressionist's famous backyard featuring more than 600 varieties of irises, waterlilies, and roses. Make sure to see the garden that inspired the artist's work before October 21st!
9. Award-winning advertising and editorial photographer Fulvio Bonavia fulfilled the highest demands of the hungry eye with his publication of A Matter of Taste, a book that includes designer accessories and garments made out of food. The only thing better than fashion and food is food as fashion.
10. Furniture designer Matthew Robinson crafted a pair of American maple wood and walnut tables that bring a sense of cartoon-like fun to an everyday object. No paper towels necessary for this drippy mess!
11. The days of being an awkward New York tourist are no more. Brooklyn-based designer Tiffany Burnette offers a chic cuff that features an engraved Metro map to help you manuever through the Big Apple. An upgrade from map-stuffed fannypacks? We definitely think so!
12. Welcome to the Signature Tower -- a collection of 6,200 sq. ft. apartments entirely curated by the HermÃ©s team of decorators led by Yves Taralon and Michelle Cheong. From HermÃ©s furniture to custom leather upholstered pieces and carefully selected artwork, this Singaporean luxury apartment tower is a mecca for HermÃ©s enthusiasts and the like.
13. Leave it to Phillip Lim to make patches fashion's next must-have accessory. The designer's Resort 2013 collection had a tough, urban feel along with a splash of bold print.