There are tons of great products coming out every week – and as always, we’re here to keep you updated on the best of them all. Every week, we put together a short list of our favorite products from the past 7 days for you to shop for your morning coffee or a quick break (trust, it’s the only list you’ll ever need to stay with the latest of these things).
This week launched Hill House Home’s winter outerwear (in addition to the ruffled down jacket), Skims’ three new bra collections and Letterfolk’s customisable placemats.
Shop our favorite new releases below, but hurry up—they easily sell out.
Skims, Kim Kardashian’s shapewear, loungewear and lingerie empire, has just added new bras to its lineup after three years of research and development focused on fit, each with a specific purpose. The Naked Collection offers a bra feel with bra support; some clever, bulky filler-free weightless collections; and a silky No Show collection that makes you look braless under your clothes. Colorways include Skims’ signature line of neutrals and a range of sizes, starting at $44 — but some are starting to sell out.
Athleta’s Look Capsules and Ritual Intimates
Mix-and-match eight-piece collection, plus new bras
For those of us who like to keep our wardrobes simple, Athleta really has you covered: The activewear company just released an eight-piece capsule collection that can be mixed and matched in 20 different looks. These clothes are designed for your on-town look, but feature the fabric of Athleta workout clothes, so they’re comfortable and functional for whatever comes your way during the day. You can shop these pieces online now, including the Ascent Seamless Turtleneck, the Whisper Featherless Long Tank Top and the Complementary Delancey Dress.
And that’s not all that Athleta has come up with lately: There’s also Rituals, Athleta’s new lingerie collection featuring bras and underwear, both practical base layers in four shades (black, near-white lavender, bright pink and dark teal) to start the day.
Rothy just launched two new pairs of sneakers that are perfect for anchoring any fall wardrobe – they’re designed to be unisex, sustainable (they’re both 100% recyclable and 100% recyclable) and go with anything Use (check out those minimalist styles). The RS02 ($149) is a lace-up version in bone, navy, pink, and wheat, and the City Slip On ($119) is a classic, available in white and other colors. They’re also machine washable, which means they’ll look their best for a long time. (Tip: If you have wider feet, the RS02 is a bit wider; if you have a medium width and still want these, try half size.)
A shoe and clothing capsule with all the 90s vibe you need
’90s-loving clothing company Lisa Says Gah and iconic sneaker maker Vans have just launched a shoe and apparel collaboration that combines the sneaker styles you’ve loved/still loved since you were a kid with a retro aesthetic. The collection, which starts at $49.50, includes Mary Jane-inspired sneakers with Kelly green trim and Vans’ Old Skools with a splash of green, as well as pale pink and oxblood (Slip-Ons also get a Bordeaux-inspired makeover) . There’s also a ’90s-inspired baby tee and a loose unisex tee to take everything to the next level.
Quilted coat and ruffled down jacket Zhu Ri
Hill House Home has just launched a coat collection that has the same naive minimalist Laura Ashley vibe as the rest of the collection, whether you’re looking for a long lilac A-line jacket-style quilted coat or a lotus leaf Side Down Jackets – as well as fun prints and a reversible look with no-cream down jacket options and shorter quilted jackets. This includes the brand’s first technical down coat as well as two winter quilt coats.
Style site features famous boots from shoe brands
Sperry and Who What Wear team up to help us prepare for the colder days ahead: a stylish take on Sperry’s classic Duck Float boot. While Sperry may be best known for these and its boat shoes, the editorial team at Who What Wear came in and co-designed a pair of zip-up winter boots. result? Sperry’s Duck Float Boots bring a new twist with a full leather front zip upper and leather lining (though they don’t work as well in bad weather as they do on a good day).
Reformation has been hard at work this season, seeing a slew of drops over the past month, and it’s coming to an end in September with the launch of the new “almost perfect” 90/10 cashmere collection. 90/10 is the brand’s most sustainable cashmere to date, using a combination of 90% post-industrial recycled cashmere and 10% premium cashmere. The silhouette isn’t just about crew necks or V-necks: beyond collared cardigans, cropped cuts and elegant, fitted dresses.
Also new? New slacks for fall (to pair with your new cashmere), as well as retro styles featuring a ton of top ’90s and ’00s pieces including crochet, denim, lace from John Galliano, Missoni, D&G, YSL And cashmere and more.
One stop for stimulating hair growth and boosting volume
Nécessaire’s new scalp serum is a daily scalp serum: it contains a 5% blend of biomimetic peptides, clinically proven to prevent hair loss and support hair growth. The formula feels clean on the scalp – it doesn’t make it feel greasy – so your freshly washed hair won’t be ruined. (And it actually takes four seconds, so it’s not even an extra piece of your morning routine.) Get it alone for $58 or bundled with the brand’s premium shampoo and conditioner for $75.
Birthday Company Tarot Candles
Amber Scented Candle with Surprise – It’s On Sale
Birthdate’s candles have been using astrology to appeal to home fragrance lovers for a while now, and the brand has just launched a new limited-edition tarot candle that’s perfect to put on a gift list for your horoscope-obsessed friends. The candle will reveal a charm in the melted wax after burning for an hour or two – let the gilded charm cool, then scan the QR code to read it. Amber and allspice make things smell amazing at the same time. PS: It’s now on sale for $38 instead of $45.
Just as we enter the holiday entertaining season, Letterfolk has some fun placemats that will both protect your table and customize: each comes with 200 tiles to fill the cushions, which can be arranged to create for parties New designs, celebrations or everyday speeches, general mood. (If you’re familiar with the brand’s Tile Mat, this is basically the table version.)
These tiles are also heat resistant, making them ideal for small spaces, as you can use them in place of a tripod if you have a hot pan to work with. They’re also dishwasher safe, so at the end of the meal, you can put them in with your plate and you’re done.
Acid League, the acid-loving kitchen supplier known for its vinegar, has just launched a new Maker line, spotlighting artisans and makers around the world, the first stop in the series? Spain. Based in Barcelona, the first brand, Onima, uses ingredients sourced from the Iberian coastline and utilizes a fermentation process involving kombucha that produces results that are very different from standard hot sauces. You can buy three flavors of Onima, Malson, Il Mig and Cry Baby, in a trio for $55 on Acid League’s website.
Minimalist case for shuttling and protecting your laptop
TwelveSouth has just released a smart new SuitCase for MacBook (M1 Pro, 14″ to 16″ models) that not only protects your laptop when you’re on the move, but also when you’re working. The minimalist hardshell design features a quilted waterproof case that hugs your laptop tightly as you handle it – meaning nothing on your desk can get into your laptop – and when you’re done, you’re only Need to slip put it in your bag and go.
Oura’s ultra-slim titanium health tracking ring pairs with an app to provide insights into your health and sleep patterns throughout your day, which is great for those who focus on biometric data rather than watch wear.Wearables also get a sleek, minimalist redesign – in the form of the Oura Gen3 Horizon design (Starting at $349), It comes in silver, black, stealth, gold and now rose gold. The only thing you need to do is a membership, which runs $5.99 per month.