As usual, you’ll find a motley assortment of items in this, our latest edition of Don’t Dilly, our look at the recent launches worth pouncing on. Among them: the “Big Puffs” that have sent the cereal world into a tizzy, West Elm’s first foray into hemp bedding, and a really wonderful (more “directional” than usual) puffer courtesy of Eileen Fisher.
Balenciaga’s (Charitable) Koala Collection
One hundred percent of the proceeds from this koala-adorned sweatshirt and T-shirt will go to helping fight the Australian bushfire disaster. Note: The shirts don’t ship till March.
Eileen Fisher’s Pop-in at Nordstrom
The first of two interesting goings-on at Nordstrom: an Eileen Fisher “pop in” featuring exclusive-to-Nordstrom genderless pieces made from (mostly) organic and recycled materials. The collection is a collaboration with Olivia Kim — so the wares are a little more fashion than Eileen’s usual fare.
Entireworld’s “New Concept” at Nordstrom
Good American’s “Active Intimates”
Baggu x Peanuts
Baggu’s kooky collab with Peanuts also features a “rainforest gang” print.
Reese’s Puff Big Puffs
The cereal world is all in a tizzy about this debut from Reese’s Puffs. How big are the Big Puffs, you ask? According to this helpful video, they’re quite big; about the size of a gum ball.
West Elm’s Hemp Bedding
In addition to being ecofriendly, West Elm’s new line of hemp bedding is quite handsome.
H&M’s Kids Dinosaur Décor
A range of dinosaur-themed kids’-room décor just launched at H&M, and while much if it is indeed ideal for a kid’s room, some of it would also work for the master bedroom.
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