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What better way to spend the final weeks of summer than draped in a luxe linen top-and-bottom set or a caftan-inspired house dress? We’re happy to report that as of Wednesday, Parachute, the home brand that makes some of our favorite cooling sheets, expanded its loungewear offerings to include new men’s and women’s linen pieces like this flowy gown.
We sense something in the air—or maybe that’s just this sweet-smelling candle from the newest collaboration between cool-girl artist Cassi Namoda and It jewelry brand Catbird. In addition to this fresh scent featuring notes of clover, musk, and seafoam, the collection launched just this week includes delicate jewelry harmoniously designed to reflect Cassi’s artistic style and creative vision.
Vivanterre comes from powerhouse fashion couple Rosie and Max Assoulin, who sought to make natural wines through sustainable practices such as using organically farmed grapes, and removing fining, filtering, and added sulfites from the equation. Last week, the brand launched a crisp white wine that’s perfect for summer, packaged in an artful bottle designed by Apartamento’s Omar Sosa.
Nata was founded by design aficionados and longtime pals Anna and Tatiana, who originally started the digital business as a side hustle but saw it quickly gain popularity due to their offerings of carefully curated homeware goods, vintage decor, and handmade candles. Right now you can shop newly added lighting from the online store, which includes pleated lampshades on interesting bases and vintage IKEA finds in primary hues.
$32.00, Nata Concept Store
Head over to Pottery Barn to shop last week’s new release from feel-good home brand etúHOME and entrepreneur, lifestyle blogger, and product designer Colette “Coco” Shelton. In celebration of “diverse inspiration, artisan craftsmanship, and functional art,” the collection explores design-forward servingware—like this sustainably harvested wood cutting board—as a way to add interest to your meals.
$99.00, Pottery Barn
Veteran all-weather furniture brand Helinox has teamed up with K-pop sensation BTS (again!) for a dynamite collab of outdoor-friendly essentials designed in the musical group’s signature shade of purple. Launched last Wednesday, most of the items are now sold out, though ARMY fans can still snag this ultra-lightweight convertible cot with extendable legs.
Wavey Casa’s newest hand-poured soy candles are bursting with personality and color. So much so, we’d definitely have a hard time bringing ourselves to actually burn one (though you definitely could!). Along with this tongue-in-cheek smiley, the British brand’s equally cheeky profanity-laden candles in neon and pastel hues are nearly sold out, so we recommend you strike now before it’s too late.
$24.00, Wavey Casa
For Arc’s first vases, the brand was inspired by the contours and asymmetry found in the human form. Launched earlier this month, each vase is hand-cast and hand-finished, so no two are the same—like this one called the Being Vase, which is visually interesting on its own or filled with some nice foliage.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest