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Welcome to In Our Carts: a new monthly series highlighting  Domino editors’ favorite new product launches, taken straight from our #editors-picks Slack channel. (Trust us, it’s a treasure trove of great recommendations.) From a new-to-the-U.S. suitcase line to Brooklinen’s striped bedding, here’s the best of what we chatted about this month.  

Ghia Released a New Flavor

There’s a whole world of nonalcoholic beverages out there, but as far as we’re concerned, Ghia is the queen bee—the packaging alone makes us want to down a whole case. The brand’s fourth spritz flavor just dropped, and it’s a bit unexpected: Sumac & Chili. It’s got a kick to it but isn’t too spicy to guzzle down in minutes. We recommend drinking one when you’ve been hit with the 3 p.m. slump—you’ll be wide awake in no time. 

Upstate Introduced New Glassware

No two goblets are the same in Upstate’s just-launched glass collection. Handblown in New York City, the irregular forms and marble-esque color application are guaranteed to bring a heavy dose of personality to your table—just add vino. 

Antler Luggage Is Now Available in the U.S.

Travel brand Antler has been around for more than 100 years—but only in the U.K. Luckily, it has made its way across the pond, and we can finally shop the muted pastel suitcases Stateside. Because the only thing more exciting than a trip on the horizon is a fresh accessory to accompany it. Here’s to arriving in style.

Dusen Dusen’s New Arrivals Include an Egg-Patterned Apron 

Rarely does an apron make an outfit cuter, but Dusen Dusen’s new egg-patterned style is one you’ll actually want to show off for the duration of your dinner party. It’s a 100% cotton jacquard weave and reminds us of potato printing in the best way. 

Studioilse and Anthropologie Collaborated 

Designer Ilse Crawford can do no wrong (her IKEA collab is proof), so when we heard her studio was collaborating with Anthropologie, we knew it was going to be good. Expect woven wicker furniture that’s more coastal cool than coastal grandma, alabaster lighting, and soft goods, including neutral-leaning pillows, blankets, and rugs. 

Nomadica Dropped Canned Orange Wine

The winemakers at Nomadica have introduced a California version of founder and sommelier Kristin Olszewski’s favorite Italian orange wine, and even the pickiest wine aficionados on our team are obsessed. It’s a hit as a host gift, but it’s also great to keep in the fridge for those nights where you don’t feel like opening a whole bottle. To top it off, the packaging is designed by New York artist Yadi Liu

Brooklinen Has New Striped Bedding

It’s blazing hot outside, and what could be more fitting than the desert tones in Brooklinen’s new striped linen sheets and duvets. We’re particularly fond of the striped duvet covers: From peach and raisin to olive and ivory, they’re reversible and can be turned to their solid side in seconds. 

West-Bourne Is Now Selling Avocado Oil in an Everyday Size 

Olive oil is cool and all, but have you met avocado oil? West-Bourne’s new set has you covered, from prepping to serving: The 100% pure avocado oil is better suited for high heat cooking, whereas the extra virgin organic avocado oil makes for a lovely finishing oil. Best of all, they’re sourced from sustainable orchards and bottled in carbon-friendly glass. They now come in a smaller Everyday Size, so you can give it a try before going all in on the 750 ml bottles.

Warby Parker Released Geoff McFetridge Shades

Warby Parker x Geoff McFetridge glasses
Atwater in Rosemary Crystal, Warby Parker ($95)

To celebrate summer’s sunny rays, everyone’s favorite glasses brand Warby Parker continued their years-old collab with artist Geoff McFetridge, whose playful drawings have adorned their stores since 2013. Two limited-edition frames are back and available in two colorways each—plus, you get a piece of McFetridge’s art in the form of a custom lens cloth.