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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: Uma and Holloway Li’s Chairs Are at Coming Soon

Coming Soon’s furniture assortment is nothing if not colorful, maximalist, and vintage inspired—which is why furniture brand Uma’s collaboration with design studio Holloway Li fits right in. The chunky T4 modular seating, made of lacquered fiberglass and chenille-textured linen, is said to recall ’90s optimism. Much to my delight, I happened upon the chairs when walking through Alcova at Milan Design Week, and can confirm that they are even cuter in person. Coming Soon is the exclusive U.S. retailer for the line; if you’re in New York City, take a gander at them in the showroom (17 Allen Street, fifth floor); they’re also available to purchase online. —Julia Stevens, style editor

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The Countertop Cutie: Made In Releases Its Hudson Green Collection

While soup season is nearing its end, there are plenty of spring recipes to whip up in a Dutch oven. That leads us to our latest kitchen crush: Made In’s Hudson Green collection. The vast 12-piece range, made in collaboration with chef Brooke Williamson, includes everything from a chef’s knife to pots and pans galore. Psst: The 7.5-quart vessel would make a great Mother’s Day gift.

The Party Flex: Cutter Brooks and Lisa Corti Collaborate

British cottagecore and Italian maximalism aren’t a natural pair, but the styles seem to blend together just fine in a new collaboration between Cutter Brooks and Lisa Corti. Tablecloths and pillows in patterns inspired by Corti’s iconic Indonesian print are just what your spring garden party needs. 

The Chic Sets: Brooklinen Launches Organic Sheets 

It’s Earth Month, and what better time to snuggle up in a set of organic cotton sheets? Brooklinen’s newest collection has you covered, including GOTS-certified sheets, duvet covers, towels, robes, and bath mats.

The Cool Candles: Salvesen Graham and Wax Atelier Debut Candle Bouquets

Light it up, as they say. The duo behind Salvesen Graham teamed up with fellow British company Wax Atelier to create two exclusive candle bundles. Each bouquet is inspired by, and hand-wrapped in, Salvesen Graham Floral Trail paper and includes two tapered candles, two twisted candles, and six celebration candles. Better than flowers, perhaps? 

The Countertop Cutie, Redux: Le Creuset Drops a Shallot Colorway 

Speaking of a new season, there’s more to peruse in the colorful cookware world. Le Creuset just launched shallot, a soft pastel hue that falls somewhere between lilac and Himalayan salt. We’re willing to bet a celebration of spring alliums and herbs would look brilliant in it.

The Table Topper: Kit Kemp Designed Patterned Plates for Spode 

Gone are the days of plain white plates. Kit Kemp’s new Geo collection, designed with British heritage brand Spode, is as personality filled as it gets. The green and orange geometric print would make even a piece of toast look exciting. And the most delicious part? The dinner plate is only $25.

The Fancy Fixture: Ariel Okin x Mitzi 

Mitzi tapped designer Ariel Okin for its sixth Tastemaker collection, and much like her Domino-featured apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, blues, creams, and linens abound. While the lighting brand’s M.O. is all about banishing the boob light with its chic flush-mount offerings, Okin’s chandelier and sconce designs shine brightest this time around.