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Last Thursday, the Poketo Flagship hosted a party to celebrate the official launch of our Richer Poorer x Poketo collection. Pharmacie kept the party festive and our cocktail glasses full, while The Pie Hole provided savory treats for us to devour. In addition to our collaborative project, Richer Poorer brought plenty of socks from their archive to keep our toes nice and toasty through the coming months. keep reading

This past Saturday, the Poketo Flagship hosted its second annual Holiday Portraits at Poketo. Friends, neighbors, pets, and loved ones ditched sitting on Santa’s lap in favor of having their photo taken in an immersive installation built by in-house designers Kourtney Jackson and Nate Smith. Here, we share some of our favorite moments. keep reading

In the last installment of our Designer Holiday Gift Guides, artist and designer Eric Trine shares what’s on his gift list, from a checkered apron for his little daughter Evie to the perfect bottle openers for his studio’s collection. keep reading

When husband and wife photography/art direction duo Lillian Martinez and Daniel McKee, who work collectively as Ola Onda, wrote to us to collaborate we knew we couldn’t say no—their aesthetic so perfectly vibes with Poketo. We stayed up late together one Friday night to create Poketo’s first ever Designer Holiday Gift Guide, featuring gift picks from Ben Medansky, Eric Trine, Highlow Jewelry, Recreation Center, and Ladies and Gentlemen. Here, Ola Onda tell us a little bit about how they started working together and what sets them apart as photographers. keep reading

For the second installment of our Designer Holiday Gift Guides, we asked the LA-based ceramicist Ben Medanksy to share his favorite Poketo items for gifting this holiday season—and who he would gift them to. Read on for Ben’s picks and the lucky recipients. keep reading

Our latest exclusive comes from Providence, Rhode Island-based design studio Interior Theatre. Driven by a love of form and material, Interior Theatre experiment with combinations of new materials and shapes in attempt to create objects that are transparent, modest, and genuine. We asked Zach and Emily Martin, the designers, to give us a tour of their home studio and to explain the philosophy behind their playful creations. keep reading

Last weekend the Poketo family headed to the desert in Joshua Tree for a few days of reflection and relaxation. In-between morning yoga, sunset hikes, and a visit to Integratron, we spent time collectively dreaming of Poketo’s future. keep reading

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