This Week’s Must-Haves: a Chic Vacation Hat That Lets People Know You’ve Unplugged

This week, the Adweek staff is highlighting Eugenia Kim's vacation-ready straw hat, an outdoor pizza grill that doubles as a charger and more. Take a look!


Eugenia Kim “Currently Offline” Sun Hat, $485

So you've set an "out of office" message, left the laptop at home and vowed to take a weekend-long break from social media. (Apart from posting a few envy-inducing vacation photos on Instagram, of course.) The final step: proclaiming your unplugged status to the rest of the world by donning Eugenia Kim's uber-chic straw topper. Featuring matte sequined embroidery and a matching black grosgrain band, the hat has a wide brim to protect you from the elements—and provide some much-needed privacy.

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BioLite PizzaDome, $70, and BaseCamp, $300

Being stuck in the wilderness shouldn't mean foregoing your favorite artisan wood-fired pizza. BioLite's new PizzaDome attaches to the company's BaseCamp stove to transform it into an ideal on-the-go oven, complete with a ceramic pizza stone to keep your crust crispy. As an added bonus, the BaseCamp also doubles as flame-fueled smartphone charger.

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Stanley Adventure Happy Hour 2x System, $35

Next time you're firing up that flatbread pizza in the great outdoors, why not shake up a proper cocktail—or two—to enjoy alongside? This campsite-ready set from Stanley comes with everything you need for a perfectly mixed drink, including a 20 ounce shaker, two rocks glasses, a citrus reamer and jigger made from rust-proof stainless steel and BPA-free plastic.

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Tentsile T-Mini Double Hammock, $150

Stay high, dry and blissfully comfy with Tentsile's two-person tree hammock. Despite weighing just 6 pounds (including a single ratchet), the T-Mini can hold up to 485 pounds and offers plenty of personal space for two adults—no spooning required. Its compact size makes it perfect for stashing in a knapsack.

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Field Notes Byline Notebooks (set of two), $13

You'll always be prepared to jot down a juicy quote with Field Notes' limited-edition Byline Notebook. Designed in collaboration with Face the Nation host John Dickerson, this updated reporter's notebook is slimmer than the standard for a better one-handed grip, while a cover protects the wire binding to prevent snagging. Inside, you'll find a pocket containing an excerpt from Dickerson's upcoming book, Whistlestop: My Favorite Stories From Presidential Campaign History.

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Solsol Solar Hat iPhone Charger, $56

Whether you're on the beach streaming music from your phone or engaged in a marathon session of Pokemon Go, this high-tech snapback from Solsol is an ideal companion. In addition to shielding your face from harmful UV rays, it provides some much-needed smartphone juice thanks to five solar panels on the brim and an integrated USB port on the side. Just BYO charging cable.

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This story first appeared in the July 25, 2016 issue of Adweek magazine.
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