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11 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Emma Chamberlain to Levain

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For this week’s “Don’t DillyDally,” we’ve surfaced a range of new things we’re sure will sell out, including Baggu tote bags printed with vintage Laura Ashley florals, minimalist outdoor furniture from Burrow, and an unlikely collaboration that’ll make you want to sprinkle salt in your coffee.

Our Place Cast Iron Perfect Pot

DTC kitchen brand Our Place makes colorful nonstick cookware that’s beloved by Strategist staffers and Halle Berry alike. This new cast-iron version of its popular Perfect Pot is an ovenproof improvement on the original, with a 5.5-quart capacity that’s ideal for roasting chicken and baking bread. It’s a limited edition for now, so act quickly.

Iris Apfel x Ruggable

She may be best known for her maximalist fashion sense these days, but Iris Apfel was an interior-design and textile expert for decades before her oversize glasses went viral. Her second, jungle-themed collection with Ruggable just launched and includes washable doormats and rugs imbued with her signature opulent flair.

Levain Bakery Vegan & Gluten-Free

No New Yorker should be deprived of the singular experience that is biting into a big, gooey Levain cookie, so here’s a vital update for vegans and celiacs who’ve been unable to indulge until now: a cashew-butter-based, gluten-free version of the bakery’s famous chocolate-and-walnut recipe just dropped.

Burrow Relay Collection

We think Burrow makes uncommonly comfy and easy-to-assemble flatpack living-room furniture, so the brand’s foray into outdoor tables and seating is exciting news. The Relay Collection includes sectional sofas upholstered in weatherproof fabrics, as well as minimalist monochrome outdoor-dining sets that’ll put your Home Depot acquisitions to shame.

Baggu x Laura Ashley

Baggu bags covered in heritage Laura Ashley prints? You’d best grab your limited-edition puffy tote before the rest of Brooklyn gets there first. The same three prints are also available on packable sun hats, Strategist senior writer Liza Corsillo’s highly recommended puffy laptop sleeve, and the brand’s original reusable nylon shoppers.

Magic Spoon Spring Break Flavors

Strategist contributing editor Jessica Silvester says a bowl of Magic Spoon’s grain-free, sugar-free, keto-friendly cereal for adults keeps her full for hours. Test out this claim for yourself with the brand’s two new spring flavors: strawberry milkshake and peaches and cream.

Caraa Pet Tote

Whether you’re taking your dog through TSA or braving the subway together, this sleek tote bag from New York–based brand Caraa (which is quite possibly the sleekest pet carrier we’ve ever seen) will be the envy of your fellow passengers. Made from vegan leather, it’s sherpa-lined for your furry friend’s comfort and includes a functional front pocket as well as a removable poop-bag holder.

Skims Performance Collection

Skims, the brand founded by Kim Kardashian and known for its drops that sell out in minutes, already makes some of our favorite work-from-home bras and sculpting tights. Its new line of compressive workout clothing includes gym-ready high-waisted leggings, racer-back tanks, and a long-sleeve top that’s already low in stock.

Scout Seafood Snacks

It’s hard to be a hot tinned-fish girl on the go, which is presumably why Scout has invented these portable snack packs for those of us who keep making an oily mess of their office lunch. Available for preorder now, each pack contains a tin’s worth of the brand’s sustainably sourced wild yellowfin tuna, as well as one of three crunchy flavor toppings: jalapeno, chile crisp, or za’atar.

Emma Chamberlain x OSMO Salt

Yes, Emma Chamberlain’s collaboration with OSMO Salt is technically designed to be mixed into your coffee, and it comes in three flavors more traditionally associated with creamer: caramel, cinnamon bun, and hazelnut. The brands suggest you sprinkle a little of the flavored salt into your coffee grounds to enhance their flavor, or line the rim of your mason jar with them. Thank you, TikTok.

Starface, one of Strategist beauty columnist Rio Viera-Newton’s favorite brands, has released these too-cute fruit stickers for your face. A little larger than its original star-shaped pimple patches, these limited-edition ones use the same salicylic-based formula to shrink zits overnight — or during the day, if you’re bold.

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11 Things That’ll Sell Out: From Emma Chamberlain to Levain