- Ambatalia, from $28
The Furoshiki is the kitchen accessory you didn’t know you were missing--until now. The simple square towel functions just as beautifully as a dishcloth, napkin, or apron as it does as a carry-all bag. Simply tie the corners of the cloth together to create the perfect to-go tote for last night’s leftovers.
- Bembien, $185
Bring the joys of summer into the office with this structured, on-trend, rattan purse. The perfect size for toting around your lunch, it also seamlessly transitions into the ideal accessory for an after-work happy hour.
- Ambatalia, from $24
Ambatalia’s slogan is “a non-disposable life” and their bento bag surely fits the bill. Designed to eliminate lunch-related waste, like plastic sandwich bags and disposable packaging, the bag’s sturdy bucket shape is ideal for schlepping lunch contents to and fro.
- Black + Blum, $24.95
Born out of a desire to create a lunchbox that equally addresses form and function, the Box Appetit’s design combines a retro vibe with a modern sensibility. From a “sauce pot” to avoid soggy salads to a fork with a cutting edge for one-handed eating, the Box Appetit will have you covered.
- Food52, $24
Say goodbye to the sad desk lunch with this two-tiered tiffin. Not only will your meal stay in its glorified non-squished state throughout your commute, it’s also the perfect container for separating sweet and savory. We’ll leave it up to you to decide which to start with!
- Takenaka, $30
While we don’t advise eating sweets for lunch, we are fully supportive of packing your lunch in a candy-colored bento box. Available in 15 bright hues, this expandable container with removable compartments will make packing lunch a breeze.
- Artifact, $50
It’s sort of like going back to the days of elementary school lunch, just without the fruit cups or PB&J. Designed with a classic paper lunch bag in mind, this sturdy tote, available in waxed or duck canvas with a leather closure tab, will last a lifetime.