For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out, including a chunky-handled mug from Hotel Ceramics and Golde, an Italian glamour–inspired makeup collection from Haus Labs, and the second drop from The North Face and Gucci.
Uniqlo x Mame Kurogouchi
Uniqlo and Japanese brand Mame Kurogouchi have collaborated on a limited-edition collection of neutral-colored, loungey pieces that can be mixed, matched, and layered. Everything is designed to flatter the natural curve of the body. There’s cropped, ribbed flare pants, sweaters with flare sleeves, and cozy, longline cardigans that we think could be worn both at home and outside.
Golde x Hotel Ceramics
Golde, makers of superfood latte blends and a cult-favorite face mask, has released a thick-handled mug in collaboration with Portland-based ceramics studio Hotel Ceramics. The mug riffs on Hotel Ceramics’ signature Chunky Mug, applying Golde’s signature papaya-orange shade to the vessel. Only 100 mugs were made, so if you’re thinking of buying one, act fast.
Hipdot x Rugrats
Inspired by the Rugrats Hanukkah episode, Hipdot has collaborated with Rugrats on a limited-edition makeup collection. This collector’s box includes everything from the collection — a nine-shade eye-shadow palette, tinted lip glosses, sheet masks, a beauty sponge, and a Tommy Pickles pin — and comes in (of course) a collectible, co-branded box.
Casa Gaga Italian Glam Collection
In other makeup news, Lady Gaga has released a makeup collection called Casa Gaga, which was apparently inspired by Gaga’s time in Italy while shooting for House of Gucci. The collection includes everything one might need for a full face of makeup, including the makeup artist–favorite Eye-Lie-Ner, bright rosy-colored blushes, sparkly lip glosses, bronze highlighter, and a range of mini-lipsticks, all of which come in punchy yet wearable shades. You can shop each piece separately or purchase “La Collezione,” which includes everything mentioned above and also includes a leather train case to store all the goods.
The North Face x Gucci
Speaking of Gucci, the second installment of its much-hyped collaboration with North Face is here. The outdoor-inspired collection features a mix of snowy, forest motifs and bright, retro-style graphics applied to silk joggers and overstuffed puffers and parkas. Items from the collection are selling quickly, but some things, like these ankle boots, are still in stock in every size.
JIGGY x Kacey Musgraves
Jiggy, which makes “framable” puzzles, has teamed up with Kacey Musgraves on a 500-piece puzzle that features a photo from her latest album, Star-Crossed. You can use it for entertainment or treat it like a collectible — each order ships with puzzle glue in case you’d like to keep it assembled forever.
Warm and Wonderful x Globe-Trotter
Warm and Wonderful expands on its iconic sheep print in its newest collection of luggage, created in collaboration with luggage brand Globe-Trotter. The design is applied to three of Globe-Trotter’s most popular styles: a carry-on, a small, boxy purse, and a briefcase called the Attaché, which is made from panels of vulcanized fiberboard, a material created in Britain in the 1850s that’s as strong as leather yet still incredibly durable and light. Every Attaché is made to order, and if you buy now, you can expect to receive it in eight to ten weeks.
Maxbone x Bala
Maxbone is once again on our radar (it previously did a very cute collaboration with Kule). This time, it’s collaborated with Bala, makers of aesthetically pleasing workout accessories, on a limited-edition dog-toy bundle inspired by some of Bala’s most popular items — including dog bangles that can be stuffed with treats, a blush-colored beam, and a power ring.
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