Minimalism, as a movement, first emerged in the art world back in the 60s and 70s. Since then, it has permeated into other artistic mediums, like music and architecture, or even product design. Think Sol LeWitt or Dieter Rams and you get the idea. Less is more.
Minimalism is merely about paring down to the bare essentials, which brings us to this credit card holder and money clip gift set from Jack Spade. Wallets aren’t for everyone, nor are hybrid phone case wallets, but a simple money clip and/or card holder should be enough for just about anyone and everyone. You can carry one, the other or both. The choice is yours.
More recently, minimalism, or the idea of it, has crept into pop culture thanks in part to books like Marie Kondo’s “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” or, if you’re a Netflix junkie, “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.”
While you might not go full bore like those in the latter example, you can take small steps to begin to minimize certain aspects of your life. Do you really need all those receipts and punch cards? Probably not, so let Jack Spade help you or someone you know down the minimalist route.
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