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12 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Lil Wayne to Everlane

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This week’s edition of Don’t Dillydally — our weekly dive into the new releases worth snatching up before they’re gone — features an Italian notebook, some sweat-fighting socks, and Lil Wayne’s unlikely (but excellent) collaboration with American Eagle.

Allbirds Socks

Allbirds’ first foray into apparel comes in the form of these sustainable Trino Socks made from “proprietary” yarn meant to keep your feet from sweating. Pretty much all the no-show socks are sold out, so we imagine these “tubers” are not long for this world either.

Coach X Tabitha Simmons

While these are not cheap by any means, the shoes from Tabitha Simmons’ new collaboration with Coach are a lot cheaper (over $500 cheaper) than her regular, non-collaboration-with-Coach shoes.

Lil Wayne’s New Fashion Line With American Eagle

Lil Wayne’s somewhat unlikely collaboration with American Eagle is no less than totally wonderful. We have a particular fondness for this blue T-shirt and the sling bag below.

Baggu’s New Houndstooth Tote

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It’s hard for Baggu to top its recent Lox Plate bag, but this newly launched houndstooth tote is pretty great, too.

Fenty’s Limited-Edition Poutsicle Shades

Two new limited-edition shades were added to Fenty’s Poutsicle (which promises to give your lips a “juicy, satin finish”) range of lipsticks, including this blazing-orange “Sun Snatched” as well as an electric-blue “Motorboat.”

Everlane’s Cheeky Bootcut Jeans

These new ’70s-inspired jeans from Everlane have a bit more personality than most Everlane jeans.

Tom Ford’s New Skincare Line

Form claims his new brand, “Research,” is “the first true luxury skin care of the 21st century.” And at $450 a pop, it better be!

Swatch’s Bauhaus 100th Anniversary Line

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement, Swatch has released 25 Bauhaus-y styles. We particularly like this watch, which is also available in (a slightly bigger) black variation.

MoMA Design Store X Fattobene

The MoMa Design store has teamed up with Fattobene, a site that sells “Italian everyday archetypes that have a long history” on a summer pop-up at its SoHo store. Luckily, the goodies are also available online.

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12 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out