Beyond hand sanitizer, there’s a whole world of new launches and collaborations that are likely to sell out. Below, Dyson’s latest hair straightener, Birkenstock’s Proenza Schouler-designed sandals, and some questionable attire courtesy of one Scott Disick.
Dyson’s Hair Straightener
Apparently this, Dyson’s new hair straightener, was seven years and $43 million in the making, according to Fast Company. The biggest sell (other than being cordless) and its hardest-to-prove claim (at this point) is that it damages your hair 50 percent less than other hair straighteners.
Birkenstock x Proenza Schouler
These Fashion Birks have Velcro closures instead of straps, a black leather footbed as opposed to natural suede, and contrast stitching. (They’re also available in white, silver, and ochre.)
MAC x Barbie
Magic Spoon Mini Boxes
Brooklinen’s Weighted Blanket
A bunch of bedding startups have recently jumped on the weighted-blanket bandwagon (Casper, for instance), and Brooklinen’s the latest. Their weighted comforter, made from evenly distributed glass microbeads and plush filling, is ideal for these anxiety-inducing times.
Scott Disick’s Coronavirus Hoodie
These came out in late February, but we missed them: these half-Superstars (the shell toe), half-Stan Smiths (the rest of the sneaker) are two great shoes that taste great together. They’re also available in red and navy.
Everlane Drape Trench
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