There are a ton of great products that drop every week — and we’re here, as always, to keep you up to date on the best of them. Each week, we’ll be rounding up a short list of our favorite product drops from the last seven days for you to shop as you sip your morning coffee or take a quick break from work (trust, it’s the only list you need for staying up to date on these things).

This week brings the launch of stylish new Jonathan Adler x Ruggable collection, a new condiment from Fly By Jing and Ghetto Gastro and Reformation’s latest Italy-inspired collection.

Shop our favorite new releases below, but be fast — they’re prone to selling out.


Everlane’s LA Denim Capsule

Italian fabric stitched in California

Everlane LA Capsule

Everlane’s most popular denim styles are produced in LA for this collection at the brand’s Saitex factory, which uses 98% recycled water and no harmful chemicals. Three styles in two washes (from $128) each get the LA-made treatment: the ’90s Cheeky, the at-the-waist Way-High and the Way-High Shorts that show off your legs. The signature for the collection? “Everlane Los Angeles” printed on the waistband.

The Reformation’s Ref to Go Take Me to Capri Collection

A capsule of linen and florals that’ll get you daydreaming of Italy

The Reformation’s Ref to Go Take Me to Capri Collection

The last Ref To Go collection has just dropped, featuring oversized linen shirts in summer’s citrus colors, vintage-scarf-inspired tank tops and two-piece sets in floral silk — all inspired by travels to sunny, jet-set Capri. Shop the collection ranging from $128 to $278 on Reformation.com.

Hill House Home Swim II

Gingham and ruffles go pool- and beach-side

Hill House Home Swim

The home of the Nap Dress just dropped its second collection of swimwear, which takes all that ruffled, gingham goodness poolside. With pieces starting at $55 for swim bottoms and going up to $125 for one-pieces, the collection features high-waisted bikini bottoms and pool skirts, plus ruffled-shoulder tops, coordinating sun hats and totes and more.


Robert and Cortney Novogratz x Bed Bath & Beyond Collection

Dorm-in-a-box and more for new college students

Robert and Cortney Novogratz x Bed Bath & Beyond Collection

Robert and Cortney Novogratz have just launched a collection with new-college-student-stock-up retailer Bed Bath & Beyond that covers everything students need for living (and more). Think stylish shower curtains, multipurpose utility carts and even a dorm-in-a-box setup for those who prefer a one-and-done solution. The pieces are also good for growing: If they survive the college years, they’ll fit right into first apartments in the years to come.

Jonathan Adler x Ruggable Collection

Modern designs to give your space a statement

Jonathan Adler x Ruggable

Jonathan Adler’s first collab with Ruggable was a hit — so much so it’s back for a second time. Thirteen new designs in 21 total styles (including doormats) have just dropped, all with Ruggable’s two-piece, machine-washable rug system and Adler’s aesthetic touch. The collection starts at $109 and includes rugs depicting tigers, monogrammed doormats, linear black-and-white designs and way, way more.

The Home Edit x Walmart Beauty and Home Organization

Bins, organizers and more for life’s loose ends

The Home Edit x Walmart

The Home Edit x Walmart collection has just expanded into more home organization and beauty organization options, plus a line of hair accessories worthy of THE’s stylish founders. Standouts include Three-Piece Canister Edit Food Storage Containers ($24.98) made from recycled and renewable material, wooden hangers for the closet ($40 for 30) and a clear kitchen drawer organizer for cutlery ($24.98). Over on the beauty side, there’s now an Eight-Piece Beauty Drawer Edit ($19.98), a Hairband Organizer ($12.98) and more.

Fly By Jing x Ghetto Gastro Spicy Sovereign Syrup

A good-on-everything syrup made with the viral Sichuan Chili Crisp

Fly By Jing x Ghetto Gastro Spicy Sovereign Syrup

Whether your go-to for brunch is chicken and waffles or just waffles, there’s a new condiment for it in town. Fly By Jing has teamed up with Ghetto Gastro, the Bronx-based culinary collective, to create the Spicy Sovereign Syrup ($25) that blends New York maple syrup, apple cider syrup from the state’s apples plus some sorghum syrup, with FBJ’s viral-favorite Sichuan Chili Crisp. Ghetto Gastro’s Sovereign Syrup incorporates flavors from the Global South, and the Chengdu-crafted Sichuan Chili Crisp from FBJ works with it in the new syrup to deliver a hit of complex flavor. (P.S. Use it in cocktails for a twist on simple syrup, too.)


Sony X Series Wireless Speakers

A mid-season boost for your summer soundtrack, wherever you are

Sony X Series

Summer calls for portable music, whether you’re camping, at the beach, picnicking or just searching for an all-in-one speaker that delivers great sound wherever it is. Sony just dropped three new portable speakers: the SRS-XG300 ($349.99) delivers top-tier sound for party nights with a Live Sound feature that puts you in the front row at your favorite concert. For full effect, you can even sync the lights of the speaker to the beat of the music. The SRS-XE300 ($199.99) and SRS-XE200 ($129.99) use Line-Shape Diffusion to carry a ton of sound in smaller frames (the latter also comes with a carry strap). Each speaker comes with a quick-charge capability that delivers 70 minutes of music from just a 10-minute charge so you don’t have to worry about the party dying from a low battery.