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5 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Ikea to Our Place

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For this week’s installment of Don’t DillyDally, we’ve rounded up a range of Strat-favorite releases that are sure to sell out, including a baseball cap that gives back to AAPI communities, a stylish, subtle throw blanket, and a decidedly unsubtle beach bag.

The fifth collaboration between Aimé Leon Dore and Woolrich draws from the long, proud heritage of the fishing lifestyle, putting a fashionable spin on a range of classic outdoor apparel, from bucket hats to multi-pocket vests. Anything ALD touches tends to sell out quickly, so if you want to get your hands on this graphic long-sleeved tee, act fast.

Interior designer Jake Arnold describes his style ethos as “laid-back luxury with a hint of mood,” which is embodied perfectly by his latest collection for Parachute. The bedding, pillows, and curtains in the capsule are characterized by rich textures (linen, velvet) in understated shades (creams, tans, umbers). This neutral throw blanket would look equally elegant draped across your bed, your sofa, or your shoulders on a chilly night.

Our Place has teamed up with Selena Gomez to launch its cult-favorite cookware in two fresh-for-the-summer shades: Rosa, a delightful raspberry pink, and Azul, a vibrant cobalt blue. The collection includes everything you need to host the perfect dinner party, including plates, knives, drinkware, and the oft-discussed Always Pan, which stylist Mecca James Williams calls “one pan that can do everything.”

Everyone’s favorite Swedish furniture retailer has partnered with the World Surf League to release a collection called Kåseberga. The “high-vibe, low-impact” line includes ombré drinking glasses, tropical-print rugs, and bamboo lampshades to add a touch of surfer chic to your home. But the vibiest product, in our opinion, is this rainbow-hued bag that puts a playful twist on the brand’s iconic blue shopping tote. Featuring removable compartments for storing snacks and swimwear, it’s built for long days at the beach.

For AAPI month, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Panda Express have come together to release a three-product capsule collection: a T-shirt, a sweatshirt, and a baseball cap all emblazoned with the phrase “Eat With Us.” Proceeds from the merchandise will benefit six grassroots organizations across the U.S. that are working to combat food insecurity in the AAPI community.

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5 Things That’ll Sell Out: From Ikea to Our Place