For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve surfaced a range of items we’re sure will sell out, including a new recycled cashmere collection from Reformation, cool kids’ tees from Noah and Sea Monsters, and the much-awaited return of Chloë Sevigny’s collaboration with Warby Parker.
Made In x Nancy Silverton
Kitchenware brand Made In has collaborated with more than a few award-winning chefs, including Tom Colicchio, Sean Brock, and Jamilka Borges. This handsome limited-edition bread knife is the newest addition to its collection with legendary chef Nancy Silverton. The knife features a serrated blade that’s made from a single piece of steel and runs from the tip all the way through the bone-colored Micarta handle. It’s a detail that gives the tool balance and lasting power, so you can slice through crusty loaves without crushing them for years to come.
Jungmaven x SeaVees
Jungmaven, hands down the coolest maker of hemp clothing on the planet, has teamed up with sneaker brand SeaVees to reimagine SeaVees’ best-selling styles in sustainably grown hemp. These summery tie-dye slip-ons, which come in men’s and women’s sizes, are the standouts of the collection.
Chloë Sevigny x Warby Parker
This is the second installment of actor, director, and style icon Chloe Sevigny’s collaboration with Warby Parker. First launched in 2019, the Tate glasses are a sturdy yet elegant combination of wire rim and crystal acetate, so flattering they quickly became at least two Strategist staffers’ go-to frames. Now, the glasses are back in two new colors: silver and gold.
Noah x Sea Monsters
This Noah collaboration with seaweed-snack brand Sea Monsters is a perfect example of why the menswear brand is so beloved — it’s not too serious, but still worth collecting. The graphic tees feature artwork by Kevin Lyons and come in a range of kids’ sizes (plus a few adult sizes too) because, well, Sea Monsters snacks are primarily for kids.
Food52 just launched its very own line of pantry staples including everything from crunchy peanut butter to wood-aged sweet vinegar. The project took over 18 months of research and development led by the former head of grocery for Eataly. We’re particularly curious about this duo of olive oils.