After a brief hiatus, Don’t Dillydally — our roundup of newly launched wares that will almost definitely sell out soon — has returned. This week, there are tie-dye fabric face masks from Everlane, some patterned Keds born from a partnership with Jungalow, and Cameron Diaz’s new vegan wine.
Madewell x Banjanan
Madewell’s latest collaboration with Banjanan, a Jaipur-based textile company, brings even more fun prints to its reliably cheery summertime collection. There are flowing dresses, airy jumpsuits, and swimsuits in vibrant earth-toned prints, like this floral paisley, along with some gold jewelry to match.
Everlane Tie-dye Face Masks
Everlane has officially entered the fabric face mask chat with this on-trend, tie-dyed five-pack (though it’s been making solid-color masks for a few weeks now). These have stretchy ear-loops, are made entirely from cotton, and are somehow still in stock.
Target Face Masks
Target also launched its own line of even-more-affordable fabric face masks, as extensions of its house brands like Universal Thread and Cat & Jack for kids. This floral printed women’s mask is cotton and machine washable, and the set of star and unicorn face masks for kids has a contoured nose bridge to better fit tiny faces. Plus, at just $2 a mask, these are some of the cheapest reusable options we’ve seen (that still look nice), so it’s unsurprising that certain colors are selling out.
Keds x Jungalow
Keds partnered with Black-owned business Jungalow to upgrade its classic Champion sneaker with one of Justina Blakeney’s original watercolor artworks. Keds is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from this shoe to GirlTrek, a public-health and self-care movement for Black women, but only until August 16 (though we doubt these will last that long).
We also like these delicate-looking platform slip-ons, with pom-pom accents.
Solid & Striped’s Pellicano Collection
Though you might not be able to travel to the Italian seaside right now, you can at least wear a swimsuit inspired by poolside lounging at Il Pellicano, thanks to their collaboration with Solid & Striped. (Issimo, the logo stamped on this one-piece, is the name of the “digital extension” brand of the Pellicano Hotels, run by its CEO Marie-Louise Sciò.)
Cameron Diaz’s Wine
Actress turned winemaker Cameron Diaz launched a line of “clean,” vegan wines this week, which means they’re made from organic grapes and have zero additives. According to the label of this rosé, this pairs well with “the company of your best friend,” even if that happens to be on Zoom.
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