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7 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Therabody to Telfar

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For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve uncovered new launches from lots of Strategist favorites: Therabody’s debut entry into skin-care tech devices; Hunter boots fit for Killing Eve’s female assassin; and Dad Grass’s pre-rolls and smoking paraphernalia honoring the late George Harrison.

Therabody Face

Therabody is expanding beyond at-home massage devices into skin-care tech. Released today, the TheraFace Pro uses the same percussive therapy that’s found in the brand’s Theragun on a much, much smaller scale. It comes with plenty of attachments to tackle a range of issues, including three percussive attachments to help with jaw and facial pain; a microcurrent ring for tightening; a LED light ring that can switch between red, blue, and infrared lights; and a cleansing ring. But if that still isn’t enough, there’s also a set of hot and cold ring attachments for reducing puffiness, tension, and inflammation.

VEJA x Mansur Gavriel

Two longtime Strat favorites teamed up on a collection of unisex sneakers that dropped last Thursday. Veja’s Campo sneaker got a monochromatic makeover in four iconic Mansur Gavriel colorways: yellow, beige, blue, and pink. Strategist writer Tembe Denton-Hurst happens to own a pair of the original Campos and likes that they “have a subtle platform and a slightly thicker sole than the standard sneaker.” Sizes are selling out in all four colors, so we’re warning you: Don’t dillydally.

Hunter x Killing Eve

We’ve mentioned this understated collab in the past, but we thought it was worth bringing up again since Killing Eve’s final episode aired last week. The limited-edition capsule collection features boots that Villanelle wears in the last two episodes, including this knee-high style made with water-resistant Stetson leather and waterproof rubber soles. If you want to go full-on female assassin, the brown are Villanelle’s. But it’s also available in olive and black.

Calvin Klein x Palace

By now, you’ve seen Calvin Klein and London skateboarding and clothing brand Palace’s splashy campaign featuring Willem Dafoe, Dame Joan Collins, and Precious Lee all over social media. All the buzz was tied to the brands’ unexpected drop — a line of unisex tees, tanks, underwear, and denim, and a newly formulated version of CK One renamed CK1 Palace. Most of the tees and long-sleeve shirts featuring a custom logo are available in limited sizing, but their basics, like underwear, boxers, and tanks, are still stocked in most sizes for now.

Boy Smells’ Kush Genderful Fine Fragrances

Boy Smells, which makes some of our favorite statusy candles, expanded its line of fine fragrances today. The brand’s most popular scent family, Kush, is now available in spritz form for this limited-edition release. One of the three fragrances, Cowboy Kush, features a mix of traditionally feminine and masculine scent notes, with top notes of hazelnut and white leather, heart notes of saffron and suede, and base notes of patchouli and aud.

Dad Grass x George Harrison

Yesterday, Dad Grass released a special edition collection of pre-rolls, smoking paraphernalia, and merch honoring the late George Harrison’s 1970 album All Things Must Pass. The brand is known for its hidden-in-plain-sight pre-roll packaging, and in this collection, you can buy a five-pack of pre-rolls with a sleeve that looks like a double cassette box that cheekily reads “All Things Must Grass.” As for the grass itself, it’s said to be a mellower, low-potency blend that mimics the stuff on-hand back in the ’70s.

Telfar Bag Security Program IV

Telfar is relaunching its Bag Security Program starting tomorrow morning until April 18. Instead of chaotically refreshing your browser to snag a bag before it sells out, this allows you to reserve a bag in the size and color of your choice (excluding duffles, circle bags, and collaborations bags). The one downside: Bags will be shipped anytime between July 15 and October 31.

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7 Things That’ll Sell Out: From Therabody to Telfar