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10 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Tata Harper to Harper Wilde

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For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out, including a fringe-filled raffia clutch, a garden-fresh candle, and sparkling-water-inspired sunglasses.

Science-minded kids will go wild over Hanna Andersson’s new collab with National Geographic. The six-piece collection features colorful space- and exploration-themed imagery printed on the brand’s fan-favorite pajamas, graphic tees, and more. This pair of sweatpants features a cool solar system graphic.

Necessaire just launched two new products to banish pesky body acne. Use the Body Acne Wash in the shower and spritz on the Solution afterwards to help address breakouts, clear pores, and fade hyperpigmentation. You can also buy the Duo at a discount on the Necessaire site.

Béis’s limited-edition Commuter collection is perfect for those on-the-go, whether you’re boarding a flight, embarking on a weekend getaway, or just heading back to the office. It includes six different silhouettes, including a tote bag, backpack, and belt bag, as well as the brand’s first international luggage, which features a durable hard shell accented with a soft-sided pocket for easy-to-access storage.

Skin-care brand Tata Harper and luxury-candle purveyor Nette have partnered to launch an Into the Garden Candle, which features a fresh, floral scent with notes of rose, chamomile, violet leaf, and patchouli. It’s made from 100 percent soy coconut wax and comes in a sunny yellow vessel that will bring a touch of cheer to your desk or mantel.

Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, the founders of The Home Edit, have released some rather chic rugs in partnership with Ruggable. Even patterned with vibrant geometric shapes (and a couple nods to the pair’s well-established love of rainbows), the designs are surprisingly neutral and versatile. The collection consists of ten pieces, including eight rugs in various sizes, a doormat, and a bathmat.

Wellness brand Moon Juice has launched Mini Dew, a two-in-one, watermelon-flavored daily electrolyte and mineral formula that’s packed with good-for-you ingredients. The brand promises that one teaspoon mixed into a glass of water will support optimal hydration, brain function, and energy.

Covry, maker of Ally Maki’s favorite sunglasses, has teamed up with Asian sparkling water brand Sanzo to release a capsule sunglasses collection. Inspired by Sanzo’s lychee, yuzu, and calamansi flavors, they come in three summery colorways: juicy pink, sparkling yellow, and luxe green.

Aptly named the Flex collection, Harper Wilde’s new activewear pieces are flexible and designed to move with you. There’s a comfy sports bra, some squat-ready bike shorts, and these high-rise leggings with flattering seaming.

The Sissongo bag, the product of a collab between Eadem and Cameroon-based fashion brand OMÔL, is named after the tall grass leaves abundant throughout Africa. Made from natural raffia, it comes in green, orange, and burgundy and would be perfect for carrying all your essentials on a night out. You can snag the bag on its own or as part of a bundle that includes the skin-care brand’s cult-favorite Dew Dream, Milk Marvel, and Cloud Cushion.

Design-minded DTC furniture brand Burrow has officially expanded into the dining room for the first time with this extendable table. It’s heat-, scratch-, and water-resistant for long-lasting durability, and the hidden-leaf design transforms the table from a six- to an eight-seater for all your dinner-party needs. If you’re contemplating a complete overhaul, the newly launched Haiku and Alto chairs are designed to pair perfectly with it.

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10 Things That’ll Sell Out: From Tata Harper to Harper Wilde