Alife & Riess Present Enamel Home Goods

Deck the kitchen.

By //Food

NYC street-wise purveyor Alife has linked up with cookware company Riess to offer kitchenware. The Austrian home goods label is known for its durable products created by a heating process fusing silicon-mixed glass and iron to create scratch-resistant surfaces. The enamel collaboration includes a tea kettle in porcelain and mug donning the iconic Alife Gray color.

Sure to keep you warm in colder months, the Alife x Riess teapot retails for $150 USD, while the matching mug will run you $40 USD. The kitchen goods are available now on Alife’s site. Take a look above and, as for more kitchen essentials, STÜSSY released a bespoke pot and pan collection.

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