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7 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Away to Lands’ End

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This week’s edition of Don’t Dillydally — our regular dive into the new releases and collaborations that likely will not stay on shelves for too long — features a smattering of stuff, including a new millennial woman–targeted Monopoly and a very colorful duffel.

Away x Flour Shop

Away Carry On, Hot Pink

Away Luggage has teamed up with Amirah Kassem (the woman behind the colorful, Instagrammable cakes of Flour Shop) on a range of limited-edition rainbow-hued suitcases.

Ms. Monopoly

Ms. Monopoly Board Game

Our colleagues at the Cut informed us that Hasbro has released a new board game, Ms. Monopoly. So who is this broad? Apparently, she’s “the Monopoly Man’s niece and a ‘self-made investment guru,’ seemingly in the vein of Emily Weiss or Sophia Amoruso.” In the game, “female players are given more money to start and collect more money when they pass ‘Go.’ Instead of landing on various real-estate properties, each square depicts an invention made by women, ranging from ‘stem-cell isolation’ to ‘modern shapewear.’”

Everlane Uniform

Everlane Standard Fit Japanese Oxford Shirt, Uniform

Yesterday, Everlane released its Uniform collection, a range of 12 essential pieces for men that are guaranteed to last 365 days, or your money back.

Everlane Boxer Brief, Uniform

Everlane Mac Coat

Everlane Mac Coat, Cocoa Brown

This is not part of the Uniform collection, but a new release worth noting as well: a modern take on the classic mackintosh coat with a pleasing pointy collar and in an on-trend shade of rusty brown.

Lands End x Rowing Blazers

Rowing Blazers x Lands' End Rugby Stripe Medium Seagoing Duffle

Rowing Blazers, the SoHo-based boutique known for its, well, rowing blazers, and preppy streetwear, has linked up with Lands’ End on a very colorful capsule.

André Sarraiva

Andre Saraiva Dream Concert "Beatrice Inn"

We are very into the new exhibit up at the Hole gallery, “Meet Me in the Bathroom,” that celebrates the 2000s New York nightlife and music scene. To commemorate said exhibit, André Saraiva has made a print featuring his dream lineup for a concert that would have been held at the center of the 2000s New York nightlife and music scene, Beatrice Inn. Ten signed prints are available.

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7 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out