A chef is only as good as his knife, as the folks at Mundial know. The 80-year-old cutlery company—established in Germany by esteemed metallurgist Paul Zivi—utilizes an exclusive high-carbon, stainless-steel alloy that improves the durability and resilience of its kitchen and craft tools. Mundial’s portfolio is vast, with options ranging from the popular hollow-edged Santoku knife to the FreeStyle cutting shears. Standout innovations include its Mundi ergonomic handles, which reduce cutting fatigue, and its specially crafted blades, which are designed specifically for Japanese cooking.
Slice, dice and julienne with ease with these super-sharp knives from Mundial’s Olivier collection. All feature solid walnut handles and blades forged from the company’s exclusive high-carbon, stainless-steel alloy, which improves the tools’ durability and resilience. Choose from your basic 6-inch chef’s model to 10-piece block sets. Also available is a smattering of options from Mundial’s Future line, including steak knives and cleavers with polished stainless handles.
Get inspired in the kitchen again: We’ve got everything you need in this sale — from food-prep tools to stylish accents — that’ll bring out your inner chef, and get you to try that recipe you’ve been putting off.
An updated-classic look that’s sophisticated yet eminently livable: That’s the look that defines the modern-day Brooklyn brownstone. We’ve put together a selection of furnishings, bedding, lighting, art, and accents that are inspired by this aesthetic. Each piece is distinguished by its attention to detail, texture, and structure.
Gilt's editorial VP, Tyler Thoreson, possesses a personal (and design) style that puts a fresh, contemporary spin on the classics. And here, in the latest incarnation of our latest "Gilt Influencer Picks" series, he's chosen both men's fashion and home decor that encapsulate that aesthetic: Everything on offer here — urban-yet-rugged denim, sleek bags, pop-icon art, clean-lined sofas, and lots more — are a perfect blend of timeless and right-now. For more on Thoreson's style and inspirations, check out our blog, The Fifth Floor, at: gilt.com/blog/home