We know it’s overwhelming: With new stuff dropping all the time, how to figure out what’s worth getting excited about and acting on quickly? We’re here to help filter out the noise, sorting through the buzzy launches and publicity emails to find the new things that are worth knowing about and will almost definitely not last. Below, the stuff to get, including the new Uniqlo U collection, a Tom Sachs Noguchi lamp, and limited-edition rose-scented Diptyque candles. Don’t dilly-dally.
Uniqlo U Women’s
Christophe Lemaire’s new spring/summer collection for Uniqlo U just landed — and it’s good. We’d move fast because these things do not last long.
Uniqlo U Men’s
Tom Sachs Noguchi Lamp
In 2016, Tom Sachs drew NASA–inspired designs on Noguchi lamps, and while they were sold out for a while, Noguchi has put a few online once again. Yes, it’s a $1,200 lamp, but you’re buying art.
Etude House Happy with Piglet Collection
Leather-bound Joy of Cooking
Thanks to our friends at the Cut, who tipped us off to this (dare we say, extremely handsome) goth version of Joy of Cooking. There’s black, and pink, and gold, and red, too.
JJJJound Wool Dryer Balls
Diptyque Roses Candle Set
Another one we spotted on the Cut, this limited-edition Valentine’s Day twofer from Diptyque celebrates two different kinds of roses: the centifolia rose and the damascena rose (according to the Cut, the centifolia is a lighter rose). Grab your wallet now because once they’re gone, they’re never coming back.
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