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10 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From East Fork to Lisa Says Gah

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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 Harper Wilde’s breezy underwear for sweaty days ahead, an allium-inspired collection from Le Creuset, and the new sunscreen stick one Strategist editor calls “super-slick.”

Billie Ultimate Shave Set

If going hairless is your thing, Billie just released an all-encompassing shave set that includes its Body Buffer to minimize bumps, Whipped Shave Cream, and Ultimate Skin Solution with AHAs and BHAs to prevent ingrowns. Then there’s the razor itself, which Strategist beauty and skin-care columnist Rio Viera-Newton calls “revolutionary” for its ability to not irritate her sensitive skin. To celebrate the launch, the brand is offering 10 percent off if you use code GIMME10 at checkout.

East Fork x Zoe Adjonyoh

Limited-edition East Fork Pottery colors elicit an undeniable fervor, especially when released in collaboration with cool food people. The most recent partnership is with Zoe Adjonyoh, a cookbook author and the chef behind Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. She created an original salt-and-pepper blend that the brand is selling in a bundle along with four of its mini prep bowls — two in neutral, always-available shades, as well as a cantaloupe orange and bright teal that were brought out of retirement just for this occasion.

Le Creuset Shallot

Another color drop: Le Creuset’s latest allium-inspired hue. Many pieces of the brand’s cookware — including the Strategist-approved enameled cast-iron skillet and Dutch oven — are now available in the pastel-purple shade that’s reminiscent of the inside of a shallot.

Dôen x RMS

Dôen, known for its flowy, effortless dresses, has teamed up with beauty brand RMS to create a pouch full of summertime beauty essentials. The bag is made of a pink floral fabric from the designer’s spring line, and inside you’ll find a berry-colored cream blush for lips and cheeks, a pink gloss, and a bronzer.

Live Tinted Hueguard Invisible Sunscreen Stick

We’ve written about Live Tinted’s Hueguard sunscreen before, but Strategist senior editor Chelsea Peng just took its latest release, an SPF stick, on a recent vacation where she used it to top off her regular sun protection while out and about. “It’s super-slick and easy to apply, unlike some others that drag,” she says. “And it gives you a glowy highlighter effect when you use it on your cheekbones and nose.”

Verloop Spring Collection

Verloop, an AAPI- and family-owned brand known for its knits, just unveiled its spring collection, a colorful range of totes and pouches, pillows, throws, coasters, and more made from upcycled deadstock yarn. Our favorites are the cheery bucket and sun hats (for extra protection on top of your sunscreen stick).

Puracy Clean Can

Puracy, the plant-based household-cleaning brand we’ve recommended many times over the years, has just released a recyclable cleaning can to completely eliminate single-use plastic from its everyday surface cleaner. It looks like a trendy bottle of seltzer but fits directly into its reusable spray bottles. When you run out, simply recycle and replace with another.

Primary Beans Southwest Gold Beans

We called Primary Beans the “new Rancho Gordo” — high praise if you know of the cultish obsession that surrounds the latter company. Primary’s newest variety, a nutty, creamy, and earthy bean sourced from a farm in Idaho, would make a solid addition to your own pantry or a thoughtful gift for the bean fanatic in your life (because we all know one).

Harper Wilde Cloud Cotton Collection

Harper Wilde’s latest undergarment collection is made from super-soft and breathable cotton fabric. It features two of its best-selling bralettes — the triangle and scoop (a favorite of Alyson Stoner) — plus several underwear styles, including hip huggers, high-waisted boy shorts, bikinis, and thongs.

Lisa Says Gah Spring Collection

Florals for spring may not be groundbreaking, but Lisa Says Gah has found a way to make them distinct. In its latest drop, you’ll find dresses, tops and bottoms, full sets, and bathing suits with a wildflower-stamped design. (Plus, you can preorder a pair of snail or ladybug earrings to go with.)

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10 Things That’ll Sell Out: From East Fork to Lisa Says Gah