Anthro’s Newest Drop, Espresso Martinis To Go, and the Dreamiest Dusen Dusen Sheets
Our editors share their Friday faves.
Published Nov 4, 2022 1:00 AM
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Our days are punctuated by scouting new talent, attending market appointments, and scrolling Instagram in an effort to unearth the products, people, and news you actually need to know. Here’s what we Slacked one another about this week.
Fashion Fibers: Jake Arnold x Lulu and Georgia
A rug is the foundation of any room—just ask Jake Arnold. And the celebrity designer’s new collection with Lulu and Georgia offers the perfect neutral starting point. The seven-piece line includes jute, wool, viscose, and linen in an inviting, earthy palette. I can’t stop thinking about the high-meets-low-pile jute check and the two-tone fringed wool number. —Morgan Bulman, associate commerce editor
Arty Party: The Art of Anthropologie
To celebrate the store’s 30th anniversary, Anthropologie’s creative team collaborated with Rizzoli on The Art of Anthropologie, a book that shows you exactly how those intricate, crafty-cool in-store and window displays get made. I’ll be reading it all fall, maple-sage latte in hand. —Julie Vadnal, deputy editor
Get a Handle on It: Matilda Goad Launches Hardware
Matilda Goad, the cottagecore queen and London-based founder behind Matilda Goad & Co., just debuted her own collection of knobs, pulls, and handles, starting at $14. Now you can update your kitchen cabinet fronts and closet doors the Brit way with Lucite and faux bamboo. A knob can’t change everything about a room, but the power of swapping out your hardware is not to be overlooked. —Lydia Geisel, home editor
Sweet Dreams: Dusen Dusen’s New Bedding
When it comes to Dusen Dusen, more is more. And that means covering your entire bed in Brooklyn designer Ellen Van Dusen’s new sheets. The 300-thread-count bedding sets start at $208 and come in nine different prints, like a stylized tulip, nostalgic squiggles and polka dots, and stripes made for mixing and matching. With these, your bed is guaranteed to be the focal point. Since some of the sets sold out immediately, they’re being restocked next week. —Julia Stevens, style editor
Cheers to That: Tip Top’s Espresso Martini
Odds are you’ve come across Tip Top’s adorable tiny cans in a liquor store and said, “Aww!” And if you haven’t, then consider the release of the brand’s espresso martini a sign to place your first order. Made with vodka, Counter Culture coffee, and a hint of vanilla, it’s the perfect cozy drink for chilly nights to come. —Linda Denahan, photo director