We always like it when girls re-purpose those Klein Tools canvas tool bags as purses. The brand-new, clean sacks that we see as fashion accessories on the street look way different than the dirty and worn ones that actually contain hammers and nails. But now, we're totally obsessed with these pretty tools. We think the floral pattern really works well with the clean , classic lines of the hammer and screwdriver. And they make us want to build things! It's true that all you really need is a Philips-head screwdrvier to assemble your Ikea Billy bookshelf and a hammer to put up your framed vintage Vogue covers, but we can't wait for cute power tools. Can Marc Jacobs please design a drill? --ALISON COOL
Who What Wear Teams Up With Visa To Launch a New Online Shopping Tool
Attention online shopping addicts: Tired of keeping track of the items you like, trying to remember a million different passwords for different e-commerce sites, staying on top of orders, and constantly refilling shipment information? Your life just got easier. A new online shopping tool by Visa called Rightcliq, launching today, aims to simplify the online shopping experience. It allows you to consolidate all your browsing within one place so you can visually compare potential purchases, stores all your checkout and shipping information, and tracks all your purchases. Depending on your credit score, this could be a good or bad thing. The tool piqued our interest because Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr, the lovely ladies behind Who What Wear, are endorsing it. In fact, Power says Visa beat them to the chase on this one. "We never get out of the office during business hours so we do the majority of our shopping online," says Katherine Power. "We really thought about how we could build this ourselves for our site before this came along because it’s so necessary with all of the options for online shopping."