Want to know what the tech elite Fancy?

the fancyThe Fancy.com has come a long way since its beginnings as an invite-only photo blog. It’s now a Pinterest-like shopping platform that’s raising round after round and converting an impressive amount of sales. 

And the site doesn’t just appeal to the everyday user: According to Fancy, plenty of the tech sector’s big names are fancying plenty of items site-wise. High-brow clientele including Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, and Daniel Ek are patrons of Fancy, in fact. Curious what they’ve been browsing and buying? Here’s a look. 

Jack Dorsey – co-founder of Twitter, Square

Taking a brief look at Jack Dorsey’s“Fancied” products, it’s obvious someone likes the luxurious side of life.  If you’re buying a gift for Dorsey, let me put it this way. Your safe bet is probably a Rolex or a Leica – if you can afford them. Dorsey also Fancies:

Maison Martin Margiela 8 Cable Temple Sunglasses

maison martin margiela sunglasses

Large Briefcase by Filson

filson briefcase

Rolex Submariner 5512

rolex submariner 5512

Alexander McQueen Leather Baseball Jacket

alexander mcqueen jacket

Leather Belt by Maison Martin Margila

leather belt by maison martin margiela

Lorenzini Boxer Set

lorenzini boxer set

Ellington Charcoal Waterproof Suiting Shoes by Clae

ellington charcoal waterproof suiting shoes by clae

Daniel Ek – founder of Spotify

Daniel Ek is the founder of music streaming site, Spotify. According to his Fancies, Ek is into fashions, cars, gadgets, and really, really nice houses. He’s got a taste for high-end street wear (we’re talking about shoes here), exotic cars, and gadgets galore.

Here are some highlights from what Ek has Fancied.

Handmade Wooden Wayfarer by Woodwear

Handmade Wooden Wayfarer by Woodwear

Street Climb Mid by Puma x Alexander McQueen

street climb mid by puma x alexander mcq ueen

 

Clifton House at South Africa by Saota

clifton house at south africa by Saota

 

1965 Aston Martin DB5

1965 Aston Martin DB5 

iWatch Concept 

iWatch concept

 Maschine by Native Instruments

Maschine by Native Instruments 

Dave Morin

I’m going to go out of my way and say that Dave Morin, CEO and founder of Path, loves to travel, and brown tones (like wood) is his cup of tea. Oh, and he really loves Thom Browne.

Grey Blazer by Thom Browne

grey blazer by thom browne

302 PVD Rose Gold Wristwatch by Uniform Wares

302 PVD Rose Gold Wristwatch by Uniform Wares

Wodehouse chukka by Timberland

wodehouse chukka by timberland

 

Wooden Vespa Daniela by Carlos Alberto

Wooden Vespa Daniela by Carlos Alberto

 

Soneva Gili by Six Senses at Maldives

Soneva Gili by Six Senses at Maldives

 

Sanctuary Device Organizer and Charger by Bluelounge

Sanctuary Device Organizer and Charger by Bluelounge

 

Biz Stone – co-founder of Twitter, Jelly

Without a doubt Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, likes quirky stuff, and some surprisingly cool novelty tech items. 

 Two-person Umbrella

two person umbrella

 

Carzor-Card Shaped Razor & Mirror

Carzor-Card Shaped Razor & Mirror

Mini microscope for iPhone by ThinkGeek

mini microsoft for iPhone

 

Mansion Planter from Molla Space

mansion planter

iTypewriter

iTypewriter

 

Mark Zuckerberg – founder of Facebook

Finally, there’s Mark Zuckerberg who you all know as Facebook’s co- founder and CEO. In true Zuckerberg fashion, he’s got just one item that he’s Fancied. The item is called an “Extendo Library Shelving System.” It’s a tall, retro bookcase. 

Extendo Library Shelving System

Extendo Library Shelving System
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