Our Place, Andie Swim and Brooklinen: Product Releases This Week
There’s a ton of great products on sale every week – and we’re always here to keep you up to date with the best. Each week, we’ll put together a short list of our favorite products that have dropped over the past seven days for you to shop for for your morning coffee or a quick break from work (trust, that’s the list). only you need to stay updated on these).
This week brings the launch of a Classically inspired Andie Swim collection made in collaboration with Demi Moore, Boots No7 line for menopausal skin and Our Place’s latest sale, a tagine made to match your Always Pan.
Shop our favorite new releases below, but be quick – they sell out easily.
Fashion and beauty
Demi Moore x Andie
Demi Moore has teamed up with Andie for a swimwear series that combines her love of vintage pieces with some Hollywood glamor. These aren’t just new models – her collection also features some new styles in the Andie line. Think Monaco Top and Bottom ($80 and $75, respectively) made of crochet fabric, Marseilles classic one-piece, square and square neck, square neck and down-sloping V-neck are classic, elegant quintessential one-piece Tropez one-piece crochet cutter ($155). The fabrics are made in Italy and France, and everything is put together in a factory in Morocco. More tops are also coming next week, so make a note to check back for more great summer swimwear.
Tommy John just launched a new line of 360 Sports Underwear made to carry you all day long – and keep you comfortable thanks to anti-odor, antibacterial fabric and a Stay-Put waistband that won’t roll, bundle or pinch. It comes in 4 inch, 6 inch or 8 inch versions and you can choose between a Hammock Pouch is suitable ($30, for extra support) and Contoured Carrying Bag for an adjustment-free fit.
Cuup has been rolling out new styles and colors consistently this summer, and the brand hasn’t slowed down yet: This week saw the addition of The Brief, an all-encompassing, mid-range style that ends Fits both Swim ($48) and Intimates ($18) lineups. This is the brand’s most requested style, and it was designed with feedback from both Cuup customers and Fit therapists.
A new colorway in Sand is also joining the core collection in terms of lingerie. It’s available in The Brief, along with the rest of Cuup’s lingerie shade, along with neutral counterparts like Clay, Espresso, Black, Salt, and Taupe.
Backpacks, class-ready lunch boxes and more
Kane Kids backpacks are really great bags that can last for a day to class and after-school activities. Starting at $28, the latest back-to-school collection includes pencil cases, hats, water bottle holders, and backpacks ranging from mini sizes to Kane Kids (designed for elementary schools) and Kane Kids Large. The bags are also designed in a variety of fun colors, including rainbow hearts, ties, muted color buckles, camo, metallic, and more.
While a lot of menopausal women see themselves as “anti-aging” skin care goals, many products seem to be primarily concerned with the appearance of their skin, not the factors that change it. its appearance from the very beginning. Now from Boots No7 is a skincare line created to specifically address the needs of menopausal skin, including collagen loss, increased sensitivity and dryness. Shopping collect online now: It includes Protects and Hydrates 72 Hour Moisturizing Day Cream ($32.95), light Cooling mist for hot, flushed skin ($18.95) and Deep overnight moisturizer for sensitive facial skin ($32.95).
The luxe candle company joins the diffuser
Voluspa’s candles are a coveted household item – and a great gift. Now, the company just launched its first home essential oil diffuser for those who like a nice scent without the smoke. This stylish appliance is made to fit in every nook and cranny of the home and comes in two colors: black with gold accents or white ($115; white colorway at Sephora only). You can also sneak in any perfume you want here, including Voluspa .’s decadent collection ($24 each), but Sephora also has an exclusive piece on hand Voluspa Tahitian Coconut Vanilla Oil. Its Sold out at the moment, but sign up early for more.
A handmade tagine to match your Always Pan
Our Place places a meaningful emphasis on global cooking heritage: This brand has previously launched flip disc for (among other dishes) tahdig and concón, plus a spruce steamer for dumplings and more. The company’s next stop is Morocco, with the launch of a tagine made to match your Always Pan. Like cooking in a Dutch oven, the shape of the tagine results in condensation returning to hydrate the bubbling food underneath, making it a great choice for Ma’s dishes. -rock as well as various curries, stews and rice dishes. The $80 train also comes with a mini version of itself that makes a great salt cellar as well as a bottle of Ras El Hanout.
We’ve talked about Ember’s temperature-controlled smart mug before, and the latest color has come in Rose Gold ($179.99), a metal jug that holds 14 ounces of sweet coffee (or tea, if that’s your vibe). Like the rest of the 14-ounce models, it has 1.5 hours of built-in battery life, or you can put it on the charging tray to keep it going all day.
Download a partner app to save presets for your favorite drinks, get notified when your drink reaches the ideal temperature (between 120 degrees F and 145 degrees F), monitor caffeine levels, depending on your preferences. Adjust the color of the LEDs on the front of the cup and more.
It’s officially linen summer, and The Citizenry is starting to use cool natural materials with Bath Oasis . Capsule Collection features a trio of linen robes, linen shower curtains, and teak bath mats for a little seaside resort mood.
The soothing color lockless Kaveri shower curtain ($125) is handcrafted in Kannur, India, by a team of 32 master weavers, and you can choose from subtle charcoal/olive or linen and beach coffee. sea. When you come out of the bathroom, there will be Stonewashed linen bathrobe ($135), woven in Portugal and featuring a quiet plaid or gray, olive, and clay pattern. Finally, step out Teak bath matHandcrafted from sustainably sourced teak.
Reusable fabric for spill resistance, cleaning and more
Reusable cleaning cloth finally/rightly starting to become popular in the US and three new packages of Cloud Paper Swahili fabric ($17.99) is the latest price to enter the market. They are designed to replace paper towels in the kitchen (each cloth has 17 rolls, saving a lot of plants and waste) and you can use them whenever you often tear a towel: for wiping surface, clean up spills (Swish Fabrics have 20 times their weight in liquid) and clean. To clean them, simply rinse and wring them out, then they will dry and harden, helping to reduce bacterial growth. You can use each for up to six months, and then simply drop it in the compost – it’s 100% biodegradable.
Towels and bathrobes made for lounging by the pool or in the shower have a classic look
We’ve seen a lot of capes with shorter sleeves this summer (including New things by Chrissy Teigen), and all of them are better when lounging by the pool. Now, Brooklinen’s bold new plaid bath fabric collection gets a classic treatment in Pop Pink, Mango and Mint – and starts with the eye-catching. cloak ($125) is fitted with a contrasting waistband.
To pair with them or complete a statement look in the bathroom, the brand has also launched checkered towels and bed linenplus hand towels, which retail from $39.
Nothing keeps you together more than an AirTag for your keys, and Nomad just launched a new leather case ($19.95) to keep your tracker protected, even if it’s stolen. bumps in your pocket or bag.