For this week’s Don’t Dillydally we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out, including Our Place’s newest pot, an expandable hardside suitcase from Away, and washable graphic-looking rugs from Ruggable and Jonathan Adler.
Our Place Perfect Pot
Our Place is once again fighting for supremacy in your kitchen. Their newest launch, the Perfect Pot, apparently replaces every pot you own and can be used to broil, bake, crisp, braise, roast, and steam. These do-everything claims are similar to that of the Always Pan, which is designed to replace eight pieces of cookware. The Pot comes in four shades — blue, a cool-toned nude, terra cotta, and a new color that comes out tomorrow, August 19. Our Place has been releasing new colors of the Perfect Pot daily since its Monday launch. Today, you can grab a pot in the muted coral shade spice. There are currently a little less than 300 pots left in this colorway, so if you’re thinking of snagging one, don’t dillydally.
Ordinary Habit x Studio Proba
Aesthetically pleasing puzzle-maker Ordinary Habit has collaborated with graphic designer and rug-maker Alex Proba on a throw pillow-and-puzzle bundle. The hand-tufted pillow’s statement-making design takes inspiration from the Quotidian puzzle (also designed by Proba). One thing to note, this is only the pillow cover, so you’ll need to purchase the insert separately.
Away Flex Collection
The days of stuffing your Away suitcase and hoping it holds together are no more. The brand has released a line of Flex suitcases, which feature a built-in zipper expansion that gives you an extra two inches of space. They are slightly pricier than their slimmer siblings (the bigger carry-on goes from $245 to $275). The suitcases are available in all of Away’s current size offerings (carry on, bigger carry on, medium, and large) and four shades—bubblegum pink, slate blue, navy blue, and black.
Ruggable x Jonathan Adler
Ruggable, makers of our favorite washable rugs for families and pets, teamed up with Jonathan Adler on a collection of graphic-looking rugs. Designs include a winding snake, stripes with an optical-illusion vibe, and this geometric one, which is inspired by pen strokes and comes in four versatile hues.
RVCA x Camille Rowe
Model Camille Rowe — of Supreme’s “Cherry” fame — collaborated with RVCA on a collection of transitional pieces that feel well-timed for those few weeks when summer gives way to fall. This corduroy shirt jacket — which has blousy sleeves, a subtle plaid pattern, and a boxy fit that reminds us of a classic chore jacket — is the perfect example of that.