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11 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Parachute to Paris Hilton

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For this week’s “Don’t DillyDally,” we’ve uncovered new launches from lots of Strategist favorites, including Martha Stewart’s spooky candle, a Paris Hilton–backed futon, and Boy Smells’ foray into hand lotions.

This collection by Canada Goose and Drake’s lifestyle brand, October’s Very Own, may very well be the most Canadian collaboration on record. The outerwear company’s classic parka, hooded vest, and wool cap are updated in three colorways (limestone, sierra, and midnight) and feature both Canada Goose and OVO’s labels. The vest is sold out on both sites, but you can still get the parka and cap in limited colors and sizes.

Tracksmith, beloved by stylish runners for its “aesthetic and technical appeal,” and J.Crew released an 18-piece line of running gear. The tops, bottoms, socks, and gloves are decidedly preppy and feature the same high-performance materials that Tracksmith is known for. This forest-green turtleneck is made from a merino-wool-synthetic blend, similar to the fabric used for its expert-approved base layers.

Kule, loved by actress Chloe Fineman and Strategist editors alike, teamed up with retailer Bergdorf Goodman on a limited-edition capsule of sweats, shirts, hats, bags, and socks. They combine signature elements from both brands: Kule’s stripes with Bergdorf Goodman’s lilac colorway. The tote, tee, and baseball cap have already sold out, so don’t dillydally on the rest.

Back in April, we reported on the opening of the Six Bells, Audrey Gelman’s post-Wing pivot. The Cobble Hill English village–inspired store now has its first candle collaboration with Cottagecore Black Folks, an online community and shop founded by pastry chef Noemie Sérieux dedicated to diversifying the aesthetic. The birch bark and fir-scented candle is said to smell like “coniferous foliage strung over a warm country hearth” and is handmade in Brooklyn using hemp-soy wax.

Also in candle news, Stewart and canned-beverage company Liquid Death are selling creepy décor in time for spooky season. Aptly named “Dismembered Moments,” the limited-edition candle is made to look like a severed hand holding a can of Liquid Death. To make sure it arrives by Halloween, be sure to order it by next Thursday (October 20).

Karlie Kloss–approved sleepwear brand Sleepy Jones released a set of pajamas in partnership with the Carlyle hotel. The 100-percent-cotton PJs are made with piping along the shirt’s placket and cuffs and the pants’ outseams (similar to our favorite menswear-inspired PJs), and there is a hand-embroidered Carlyle crest on the chest pocket.

Montblanc and Naruto released a line of pens, leather goods, and smart watches in celebration of the anime’s 20th anniversary. Each piece in the unexpected mash-up showcases characters from the Japanese manga, including the classic Montblanc Meisterstück LeGrand fountain pen (favored by authors like Salman Rushdie for its ability to create beautiful fluid strokes). It’s engraved and set with orange lacquer, featuring Naruto in his signature pose.

The Novogratz, known for its affordable home goods, and hotel heiress Hilton teamed up on a new futon. Its tufted upholstery is similar to the Tallulah, our best overall futon, but lush rolled arms and baroque wooden legs give it an Old Hollywood–glamour edge. The futon is available in black and a Paris-worthy shade of blush pink.

Strategist- and interior-designer-approved brand Parachute has expanded its offerings with its inaugural line of living-room furniture and décor. The 15-piece collection is an assortment of modern lamps, tables, couches, and chairs inspired by Danish and West Coast style. This side table, for instance, pulls from organic and postmodern elements with two circular marble slats and a conical solid-oak base.

Nocs Provisions, which makes binoculars and accessories, tapped Indigenous artist Amelia Winger-Bearskin for a limited-edition binocular bundle sold exclusively at REI. The set comes with waterproof and fogproof 8x25 binoculars, and a woven tapestry strap, designed by Winger-Bearskin, displays vibrant geometric patterns that are inspired by the traditional beadwork of the Seneca–Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma (Winger-Bearskin is a member).

Last week, statusy candle brand Boy Smells launched its first hand soaps and lotions. Each is formulated with different key ingredients and targets skin issues like aging, dehydration, and texture. Both the washes and lotions are available in three of the brand’s scents: floral Petalia, smoky Fantôme, and earthy Cannabish.

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11 Things That’ll Sell Out: From Parachute to Paris Hilton