For this week’s “Don’t Dillydally,” we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out, including Hero’s newest Mighty Patch, pasta-inspired swimwear, and nonalcoholic spicy spritzes perfect for summer.
Hero The Mighty Patch for Fine Lines
Hero, known for their best-in-class pimple patches, released the Mighty Patch for Fine Lines yesterday. Each patch is made with over 1,000 micropoints infused with retinol, niacinamide, and other moisturizing ingredients meant to target crow’s feet and smile lines without irritation.
Tower 28’s makeup-artist-approved blush is hydrating, easy to apply, and long lasting. Now you can get it in their newest, bright-pink shade, Dream Hour. It’s said to be inspired by Barbie’s signature color, delivering that “Malibu Barbie glow.”
Olaplex Volumizing Blow Dry Mist
Olaplex, known for its reparative hair-care treatments, now offers a heat-protective spray for healthier-looking blowouts. Made with a cocktail of bamboo extract, pea peptides, and jackfruit polymers, the formula hydrates, smoothes, and volumizes hair all at once.
Continuing their ongoing collaboration, Warby Parker and graphic artist Geoff McFetridge brought back two previously sold-out sunglasses styles in new colors. The rectangular Atwater frame is now available in either a translucent dark green colorway or an opaque brown, while the rounder Edgemont frame is available in jet black or tortoise.
Andie Swim’s latest capsule of swimwear and cover-ups features the delicate embroidery of Strategist-approved fashion brand Fanm Mon, just in time for beach days. The collab includes Andie Swim’s well-fitted, sleek one-piece (a favorite of Strategist writer Lauren Ro) with baby-blue flowers down both sides.
Last year, contributor Allison Rodman first put us on to Gohar World’s chicken-feet pearl necklace, which she says “flatter all skin tones and add a touch of humor to even my most funerary ensembles.” Now, you can get the earrings — also made out of freshwater pearls — to match.
It’s been over two years since wellness brand Golde — makers of our favorite soothing latte blends — launched a new product. But yesterday, they released a limited-edition Yuzu Matcha. It’s made with ceremonial grade matcha and citrusy Japanese yuzu, meant to increase focus, provide lasting jitter-free energy, and help with glowing skin.
If you’re looking for more nonalcoholic spirit options to add to your bar cart, Strategist-approved Ghia dropped a new flavor that’s perfect for summer. Their sumac-and-chili Le Spritz is as spicy and savory as it sounds. Like the other spritzes, it can be purchased in packs of 12, 36, or 108.
Tinned-fish purveyor Fishwife, beloved by actor Kiernan Shipka, recently expanded its offerings to include sardines. The fish are wild-caught off the coast of Cornwall, England, then hand-packed with single-origin extra-virgin olive oil and either preserved lemon or hot pepper. And there’s even an option to purchase the tins with their new stainless-steel tinned-fish tongs. Toss the fish on a salad or toast, or enjoy it right from the tin.
While it feels like summer just started, the new school year is approaching. For those in the market for school uniforms, Maisonette (the children’s brand launched by two Vogue alums) has you covered. Maison Me’s Uniform Collection includes cotton polos, sweaters, skirts, pants, and more in navy, gray, classic khaki, and white.
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