Special Friday Delivery: Todd Selby x Svbscription
By Gemma Riberti

This morning, we were delighted to receive a beautiful package by the guys at Svbscription, filled with a selection of gorgeous gifts curated by famed-interiors photographer Todd Selby.

Aug 23, 2013
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This morning, we were delighted to receive a beautiful package by the guys at Svbscription, filled with a selection of gorgeous gifts curated by famed interiors photographer Todd Selby.

Svbscription is a luxury service geared towards men, which launched in 2012. Every three months, subscribed members receive a curated and limited edition parcel in the post, filled with quality handpicked lifestyle products, experiences and little novelties. We recently featured the service in our Experiential Luxury consumer report.

For the latest edition, Svbscription collaborated with Todd Selby (of his eponymous interiors blog, The Selby) to curate a box under the theme “Home.” Since launching our new Food & Flavors section on the site, one item that we were particularly enamored by was a small wooden box filled with recipes submitted by some of Todd’s friends, including artist Tom Sachs and chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin in New York.

Since its inception, the service has delivered packages to members the world over, in places such as Singapore, Japan, Dubai and the Netherlands. Past themes have included travel and leisure. Read our In The Air report New Optimism to discover more brands and services adding levels of serendipity and surprise to their products. – Samantha Fox

Images by Svbscription.


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