For this week’s “Don’t Dillydally,” we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out — including A24’s kids’ tees, Super Yaya’s whimsical capsule collection with Gohar World, and Supergoop!’s new lippies.
Just in time for summer, Supergoop!—maker of the sunscreen we recommend for most people, especially those with oily skin — has released a new line of hydrating lipsticks. The lightweight, buildable formula is infused with 100 percent mineral sunscreen with an SPF 30 and comes in five colors.
Speaking of lip products, Laniege has released two new summery versions of its cult-favorite lip mask: mango and pink lemonade.
For cinephile tykes, a line of kids’ tees from the studio behind such films as Uncut Gems and You Hurt My Feelings. The shirts were created in collaboration with artist Rop van Mierlo, and each one features a watercolor rendition of animals from A24 films, including Raccacoonie from Everything Everywhere All at Once, the fox from The Green Knight, Baby Ada from Lamb, and the Midsommar bear.
Clothing brand RHODE has teamed up with West Elm, to release a slate of homewares including bedding and pillows, as well as tablescape stables for all your summer dinner-party needs. The collection features the label’s signature bold patterns and lots of fanciful scalloping.
You can always count on Laila Gohar for extravagant kitchenware (like silk baguette bags and bonbon bonnets). This month, Gohar World has collaborated with clothing brand Super Yaya for a capsule collection that includes a checked bottle basket, a cross-body flower bag, and a picnic basket, all of which are made from 100 percent bazin, a cotton fabric that is naturally dyed by local artisans in Côte d’Ivoire before being sent to Beirut, where each item is handwoven and assembled at the Super Yaya atelier.
Sixpenny, known for its chic slipcovered sofas, has released a line of console tables to outfit the rest of your living room. There are seven styles to choose from, including the sculptural option, above, made from Turkish travertine.
For deadheads and preppies alike, Rowing Blazers — which has collaborated with everyone from English interior designer Luke Edward Hall to Babar the Elephant — has teamed up with the Grateful Dead to create a line of merch. Lots of things are already selling out, but you can preorder this hat, which is embroidered with a Mike Gracie–designed Grateful Dead Boat Club logo.
Frankies Bikinis has branched out into activewear and released a very balletcore-inspired collection, including bodysuits, a knit shrug, racer-back dresses, and skorts.
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