Once a week, we ask our editors to share the items they’ve been loving or lusting after—whether it’s a new skincare product we’re dying to try or a travel essential we can’t live without. Consider “The Weekly Covet” your editor-approved wish list for beauty, travel, fashion, and everything in between.


Modern Fidelity Speakers

“After a year of not visiting friends or family at home, I’m excited for dinner parties, barbecues, house parties, unannounced drop ins—you name it. The best way to amp those all up a bit? Bring your hosts (or hint to your own incoming guests about) the Modern Fidelity MODFI-7. It’s a stylish and powerful way to bring music into any space and will definitely ensure you get a return invitation. Pre-orders begin May 11.”—Adam Rathe, Arts Editor

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“A great alternative to a bottle of wine is a luxe olive oil. This one from California-based brand Brightland is blended with garlic for a bold flavor, and comes in a bottle so pretty you won’t need to wrap it.”—Caroline Hallemann, Digital News Director


Bevande Cocktail Napkins



“Linen cocktail napkins are one of those little touches that makes someone feel elegant, but that they’ll rarely splurge on for themselves.”—Lauren Hubbard, Contributor 


Riedel Stemless Wings Pinot Noir Glasses

“Remember fun? Turn up to the housewarming party not just with some libations for the host, but with the glassware to match.”—Erik Maza, Style Features Director


Honeycomb Vase



“My go-to gift for a new home, unless I know that the recipient needs something specific, is a vase matching the decor of the new space with a bouquet of flowers inside. The flowers are congratulatory and exciting while the vase can be reused and adds an extra touch of thoughtfulness. I like this option from Anthropologie – the texture is intriguing without being in your face and the slight accent of gold will compliment and array of interiors.”—Cassandra Hogan, Fashion Assistant


Set of 5 Mustard Linen Hand Towels

“Until we can travel to Europe again, bring your host a taste of the continent, like with the kinds of artisanal goods you used to only find in person. Now, thanks to sites like Artemest, a set of hand-crafted, brightly-colored hand towels like these from Once Milano, the linen homewares brand started in 2003 by former lawyers Allegra Marchiorello and Valeria Piovesana, can be yours just by clicking ‘Add to Bag.'”—Erik Maza, Style Features Director 


Magnum Decanter

“A bottle of wine is a safe, classic option for a housewarming gift. But a wine decanter? Now that’s really upping the game. This decanter by Asprey will be gorgeous in anyone’s home.”—Dania Ortiz, Fashion & Accessories Director


Robin Egg Blue Pillar Candle Trio

Land of Belle


“Even if you have nice basics, it’s the little details that make a home feel special and Land of Belle is my not-so-secret resource for those decorative bon mots. These sculptural candles are a go-to.”—Olivia Hosken, Style & Interiors Writer 


Wave Pitcher



“A housewarming party isn’t complete without delicious beverages. Whether it’s cocktails or sweet tea, your friends will jump to fill this playful and elegant glass pitcher. Plus, it doubles as a funky vase!”—Colleen Sheehan, Freelance Fashion Assistant


Solento Organic Anejo Tequila



“Warm weather is synonymous with tequila, according to this moi. Lately, I’ve been partial to the Solento Anejo Organic Tequila, because, not only is it organic and sips really smoothly without too much sweetness, but the bottle is gorgeous. What better gift to give a new home dweller than something to put on that bar cart that they just splurged on?”—Roxanne Adamiyatt, Senior Digital Editor 

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