Isn't it iconic? Doubly so, in the Anglepoise Type 75 Desk Lamp: Paul Smith Edition One. First as an industrial light and then adapted for home use, the timeless Anglepoise with its adjustable arms has been a fixture of life across the pond ever since it was introduced in the 1930s. (Its inventor, automobile designer George Carwardine, had patented a new kind of helical spring that was able to extend, contract and reliably remain in a fixed position. With that, he was able to create the the forerunner to the quintessential Type 75.) Now another English master of design, fashion's Paul Smith, has applied his playful propensity for color to his version of this modernist exemplar.