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8 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Converse to Charlotte Tilbury

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For this week’s Don’t Dillydally, we’ve surfaced lots of collectible collaborations that will surely sell out — like an UNO deck designed by Nina Chanel Abney, sneakers from Converse and Telfar, and a Barragán trench coat designed exclusively for Zara that we’re sure will be everywhere come spring.

Telfar x Converse

Following a much-hyped collaboration with UGG, Telfar is teaming up with Converse for an 11-piece collection that riffs on ’70s basketball style. We’re most excited about this fresh take on the classic Chuck 70, which features an eye-catching all-over print and a blend of the brands’ logos.

CFDA/Vogue x Zara

Zara and the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund have collaborated on a limited-edition collection of pieces from select 2019 finalists. New York City–based Barragán created this two-toned natural-linen trench that’ll likely be everywhere come spring.

Angela Davis x Renowned

Icon and civil-rights activist Angela Davis partnered with Renowned on a limited-edition T-shirt that we’re sure will quickly sell out. The tee riffs on the brand’s previous “Heroes of Blackness” tee and updates it with a Davis-focused spin. Each T-shirt will include places to donate, names of victims of police brutality, and what you can do to help the cause. The T-shirts are currently available for preorder, and shipping is expected to take up to three weeks.

LoveShackFancy x Morgan Lane

LoveShackFancy, makers of sweet floral dresses, and silk-pajama brand Morgan Lane have collaborated on a line of delicate pieces. This silk-blend romper’s silk bows and floral print give us Victorian vibes.

The Inside x Sheila Bridges

Home-furnishings brand the Inside teamed up with designer Sheila Bridges on a toile design that can be applied to a bed, bench, pillows, an ottoman, and more. The design, named Harlem Toile de Jouy, is a celebration of Black culture, utilizing a classic design to tell a story of Black life. There are little girls double-Dutching, a woman at her dressing table, and a couple dancing — imagery that’s rarely seen in classic toile.

Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte Tilbury is launching its own pH-activated lipstick that settles into a flattering pink shade with a hint of sparkle. The formula contains vitamin E, which moisturizes and smooths the lips.