As summer turns to autumn, so too the Type 75 Desk Lamp: Paul Smith Edition Two "hues" to a deeper, richer palette. The acclaimed British designer known as a master colorist combines dark jewel tones with slate blue and cool grey. Then, in signature fashion, he punctuates the mix with a dollop of bold orange in his second adaptation of the Anglepoise classic. The adjustable-arm lamp has been beloved by Brits almost since its inventor, automobile designer George Carwardine, first patented a new kind of helical spring that he used to create the forerunner to the Type 75 in the 1930s. Now this post-modern makeover proves its timeless appeal.