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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.

The Main Event: Tekla Released Yet Another Incredible Collection

As far as I’m concerned, Danish lifestyle brand Tekla can do no wrong. It feels like each collection is better than the last (I’m still thinking about that striped bedding from its Jacquemus collab). The latest drop draws from another design visionary: Le Corbusier. The campaign was shot at none other than Vila Le Lac, the architect’s parents’ vacation home in Switzerland. The line celebrates his playful use of color through seven personality-filled blankets. I think one folded at the end of my bed could single-handedly tie together my studio apartment. Now the decision is: Stripes or checks? —Julia Stevens, style editor

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The Party Flex: Josh Itiola Designed Napkins for Areaware, Inspired by His Paintings 

As if Josh Itiola wasn’t already a wearer of many hats, the designer-writer-artist just released napkins with Areaware. The obstructed checker-patterned set portrays Itiola’s graphic paintings and can be folded in multiple ways to display whichever pattern speaks to you most. 

The Interiors Inspo: Gachot’s Latest Project, Jac’s on Bond, Is Now Open

Photography by William Jess Laird

In New York City, there’s always a buzzy new restaurant to check out. But they aren’t always designed by Gachot, which is why we’re running to NoHo to get up close and personal with the peachy glass tabletops, camel felt-lined pool table, and velvet banquettes at Jac’s on Bond. We’ll take some small plates by chefs Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske Valtierra, while we’re at it. 

The Countertop Cutie: There’s a New Snazzy Grinder on the Market

Calling all coffee nerds: Fellow just launched a new grinder, and it’s as sleek as they come. With a high-torque motor, a 6-blade burr, and 41 precision settings, it does far more than just look good on the kitchen counter. 

The Brand-New Bite: Oishii Dropped a Fancy New Strawberry

Whether you’re for it or against it, designer strawberries are a thing—and the Koyo berry is the latest addition to Oishii’s highly exclusive party. Only the second product from the brand, this one is traditionally grown just outside Tokyo in the winter months and is refreshing, sweet, fragrant, and perfectly ripe. What’s not to love?

The Fresh Fragrance: Sophie Lou Jacobsen and Maison Balzac Combined Forces on a Candle

Candles are our favorite little luxury, and it’s always sad when a staple is burned down. Sophie Lou Jacobsen and Maison Balzac’s La Pluie, however, is the gift that keeps on giving. Once the rain-scented wax is gone, reuse the sculptural glass tumbler forever.