earbuds for the mod world.

by faran krentcil

If you never leave home without your smartphone, you probably always have some earbuds, too. Thanks to that modern habit, tons of designers have introduced their own tiny headphones to stash in your purse or back pocket - but so far, they've mostly been fashion brands. Example One: Marc Jacobs earbuds. Example Two: Diane von Furstenberg earbuds. Example Three: D&G by Dolce & Gabbana x Skull Candy. Now interior designer Jonathan Adler joins the headphone game with his own range. Each feature one of his signature mod prints - the kind inspired by Mad Men era couches and aprons, and stamped over everything from couches to throw pillows and wallpaper. If you're not shopping for a chez lounge quite yet, you can still get into Mr. Adler's fizzy graphics via these little guys. They cost $20 per box, match Adler's current set of iPad and iPhone covers, and come in three different color ways, from kinda-maybe-sorta mod (a blue wave print) to time-machine-sixties-mod (a red and orange swirly rose print.) In other words, Megan Draper would approve.

Jonathan Adler earbuds, $20 per pair online and in select home design boutiques.