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15 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Pura to Polaroid

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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 a “run-focused” collection from Lululemon, extremely limited deadstock Polaroid film, and Vacation’s new after-sun aloe treatment.

Olaplex Lashbond Building Serum

Beauty brand Olaplex, known for its reparative hair-care treatments, is branching out with its latest product, a lash-lengthening serum called Lashbond. The formula contains hydrating hyaluronic acid and biotin, which the company says will make for healthier-looking lashes.

Happy Socks x Zandra Rhodes The Lipstick

For the second collaboration between Happy Socks and British textile designer Zandra Rhodes, the former took inspiration from the latter’s famous lipstick print from 1967, so you can liven up the ol’ sock drawer.

Staff The Mop

Staff is in the business of transforming mundane objects into objets d’art. The line of home goods includes a smiley-face turkey baster and a toilet plunger, and its newest launch is a color-block mop designed to work with Clorox disinfecting cloths (though you can shuffle through ones from other brands too). The mop even comes with a mini top hat for the handle, so you can lean it against a wall without scuffs once the cleaning’s done.

Vacation After Sun Gel

Vacation, which bills itself as the maker of the “world’s best-smelling sunscreen” (including a whipped-cream-themed “mousse”), has released a cooling aloe-vera and cucumber-infused gel for soothing après-sun skin. The gel is meant to be nonsticky — unlike traditional sunburn solutions.

Chapter Four of Catbird x Vito’s Gems

The fourth collaboration between jewelry store Catbird and artist and antiques dealer Vito Giallo (who was Andy Warhol’s apprentice) has arrived. In true “Don’t Dillydally” fashion, much of the collection already sold out. But one of the pieces still in stock is this sweet ballerina charm.

Lululemon x Madhappy Collection

Sportswear and athleisure powerhouse Lululemon has teamed up with Los Angeles–based lifestyle brand Madhappy for a “run-focused collection.” You can take your pick of ombré half-zips and peace-sign-emblazoned tees. But we especially like this version of Lulu’s Energy sports bra, which fitness coach Hollis Tuttle depends on during high-impact workouts.

Pura x The Met Collection

In the latest example of museumcore (see Big Bud Press’s Neoclassical collection and Lisa Says Gah’s “A Day at the Museum” collaboration), Pura partnered with the Metropolitan Museum of Art to create a line of home fragrances. Each is compatible with the former’s signature diffuser, and the scents include “bamboo forest” and “Egyptian sandalwood.”

Dr. Martens Carlson Mules

This week marks the first time that Dr. Martens’s Carlson Mules have ever been sold in the U.S. Available exclusively at Zappos through the end of April, they’re a gothier version of the Birkenstock Tokios favored by The Bear’s Carmy Berzatto and chef Buddha Lo.

Drybar Final Call Fizz & Static Control Mist

To ensure your next blowout goes smoothly, Drybar (which makes our favorite blow-dryer brush), has introduced Final Call mist, a finishing spray designed to control frizz and flyaways with a blend of sunflower seed and jojoba.

Polaroid Blue 600 Film - Reclaimed Edition

Attention camera heads: This experimental, reclaimed Blue 600 Film was discovered in the world’s last remaining Polaroid factory (which is in the Netherlands, if you’re curious). Resulting photos will be blue-tinted — not unlike an A24 movie.

PillowtalkDerm The Depuffer

Professional dermatologist, trusted Strategist source, and social-media skin-care guru Dr. Shereene Idriss (a.k.a. @pillowtalkderm) just added a new product to her skin-care line: the roll-on Depuffer, which promises to “deflush” your face by reducing redness and puffiness.

Herschel Supply Heritage Hardshell Luggage Collection

Herschel, maker of our favorite carry-ons and weekenders, has just launched its new Heritage Hardshell luggage collection. The lineup includes suitcases in four different sizes — all made from impact-resistant recycled polycarbonate.

Backdrop Wallcoverings

Backdrop (the Everlane of paint, according to our colleagues at the Cut) launched its first wallpaper collection last year. Its newest designs have just arrived — featuring patterns with abstract petals (shown here) and wispy lines.

Grey Goose Classic Martini Cocktail in a Bottle

Now that Grey Goose has come out with a bottled martini — which features the company’s vodka, dry French vermouth, and a dash of orange bitters — there’s no need to shake or stir.

Heyday Canning Co.’s online debut

This intel comes courtesy of Strategist kitchen-and-dining writer Emma Wartzman: Heyday Canning Co. has been the talk of the food world and was previously seen only in brick-and-mortar shops — but now you can shop the brand online. Wartzman recommends these cannellinis for a quick beans-on-toast.

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15 Things That’ll Set Out: From Pura to Polaroid