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10 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Susan Alexandra to Sesame Street

Photo-Illustration: The Strategist. Photos: Courtesy of the Vendors

For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve surfaced an assortment of things we’re sure will sell out, including Dunkin’-inspired paint colors from Backdrop, a beaded ice bucket from Susan Alexandra and Ketel One, and Tevas celebrating Pride.

Dunkin’ x Backdrop

Dunkin’ (yes, the donuts) and Backdrop — which our friends at the Cut once called the Brooklinen of paint — have introduced two limited-edition paint colors. Dunkin’ Pink and Dunkin’ Orange are the punchy shades featured in the brand’s logo. The paint comes in Backdrop’s standard semi-matte, low-sheen finish, which is easy to clean.

Teva Pride Collection

To celebrate Pride, Teva launched a rainbow-themed collection, adding the motif to its classic sandal styles along with pet collars and leashes. The Original Teva Pride design is subtle — a shimmery stripe of rainbow webbing and colored hardware on an otherwise solid shoe. Or you can go all out with the FlatForm: Its entire foam sole is a stacked rainbow. The launch coincides with a $35K donation to the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, a nonprofit organization that advocates for LGBTQ+ rights.

House of Harlow 1960 x Etsy

Nicole Richie’s brand, House of Harlow, has teamed up with Etsy on a line of home goods created by BIPOC and California-based Etsy sellers. Offerings include crystal-studded planters, caftans, and jewelry dishes in earth-toned hues. We think these ombré honeycomb tapers, made from Canadian beeswax, would liven up any tablescape.

NBA x Baublebar

It’s playoff season, so Baublebar and the NBA has released a glittering jewelry collection to celebrate. There’s Chicago Bull nameplate hoops, New York Knicks jersey charms, and Miami Heat huggie earrings, along with more general pieces like an NBA-silhouette charm and a jeweled sneaker.

Scunci x Essie

Essie and Scunci have joined forces for a summery, Target-exclusive collab. The collection includes six vibrant Essie shades and 12 coordinating hair accessories, like this oversized-scrunchie two-pack, which pairs perfectly with nail shade Tangerine Tease.

Susan Alexandra x Ketel One

Susan Alexandra and Ketel One have teamed up on a line of botanical-inspired accessories to complement the Ketel One Botanical line. The collection is made up mostly of fruit-shaped barrettes, but there’s also this insulated, beaded ice bucket that functions as both a place to chill drinks and a conversation-starting centerpiece.

Sesame Street x Moschino

Moschino is no stranger to a cartoon collaboration (see Barbie, My Little Pony, SpongeBob SquarePants). For the brand’s latest, they’re giving some of Sesame Street’s most iconic characters streetwear makeovers. This statement-making jersey dress features a chain-wearing Bert and Ernie and riffs on the Sesame Street logo with “Moschino Street.”

Uniqlo x Futura Laboratories

New York-based artist Futura brings his signature graffiti aesthetic to Uniqlo’s activewear, adding circles and atoms to sports bras, leggings, biker shorts, and caps. These biker shorts are perfect for layering underneath a dress or long shirt, or to wear solo during a workout.

BP x Wildfang at Nordstrom

Nordstrom just debuted a collection designed in collaboration with Wildfang, an indie brand known for its menswear-inspired styling and inclusive sizing. This short-sleeve romper from the line is similar to the brand’s signature coveralls, offering the same utilitarian feel but in a lighter, breezier fabric. The romper is available in two colors — green plaid and navy — and goes up to a size 4X, or 26–28.

Aqua x Mary Katrantzou

Designer Mary Katrantzou’s signature bold, nature-inspired prints adorn Bloomingdale’s in-house brand, Aqua’s, designs. Sizes from the collection are already selling out, but there’s still lots to choose from, like this ruffled, two-piece set, which has an oversize floral print and features smocking on both the top and bottom.