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.



“It might look like ye olde single use plastic shopping bag, but this cheeky, machine-washable, reusable tote is actually made from recycled taffeta and artfully embroidered–a little pop art touch for my daily errands.”—Lauren Hubbard, Contributor


Laberinto Mini Earflares

Monica Sordo


“Maison de Mode is my go to for stylish sustainable wares. These earrings are handmade by Peruvian artists and are fair trade certified so I can be sure my purchasing power is going toward a responsible product and brand.”—Dania Ortiz, Fashion and Accessories Director


Re:canvas “Threes” Pouch in Morning Hike

“The New York-based textile homewares label Quiet Town is a model of sustainability, down to their packaging, which is well on its way to becoming 100 percent compostable. Designers Lisa and Michael Fine, who were already planning on moving from Brooklyn to Mattituck, Long Island before the pandemic, used their transition wisely, to expand into other categories like accessories. Exhibit A: a three-bag pouch up-cycled from the cotton canvas scraps left over from their colorful curtains, the signature product that started it all.”—Erik Maza, Style Features Director


Crown Huarache Sandals



“I’m all about a metallic sandal in the summer, it’s a great way to add pop to an outfit but keep it down to Earth. When I saw these huaraches by Espiritu, I was obsessed! They are created from recycled rubber, genuine leather, and vegetable based dyes. And to top it off, they are handmade by Mexican artisans. In the summer, the Crown Huaraches will be perfect with midi dresses and my beloved jorts.”—Sarah Adams, Freelance Fashion Assistant


Gemini Diamond Constellation Studs

Logan Hollowell


“Logan Hollowell creates the most beautiful zodiac pieces using the constellations themselves. The pieces are constructed with Mother Earth in mind by utilizing recycled gold and ethically sourced stones to create a modern heirloom you will wear everyday.”—Cassandra Hogan, Fashion Assistant


Summer Studio for Commune Ise Stool



“What’s more sustainable than a product that lasts forever? It’s the driving principle behind the Southern California furniture maker Summer Studio, and creative director Jack Sasaki has brought it to life again with the Ise Stool, his sublimely simple collaboration in Alaskan yellow cedar with another West Coast great, the design studio Commune. One fail-safe way to protect the environment: timeless craftsmanship.”—Erik Maza, Style Features Director


Donato Sofa

“I have to stifle my anxiety whenever a loved one moves and begins filling their new space with cheap furniture, knowing it will end up on the curb in a year. I’ve started steering them to ZZ Driggs, which allows you to rent, buy, or rent-to-buy, vintage and bespoke furniture including hard-to-move pieces like sofas and dining tables. Perfect for chic nomads everywhere.”—Olivia Hosken, Style & Interiors Writer


Big Sur Bridge Long Sleeve Tee

Parks Project


“Re-watching Parks and Rec this past year (and only being able to socialize outside) has me so thankful for our outdoor spaces. The Parks Project collaborates with artists to create the coolest merch since 1975—the proceeds of which have raised millions of dollars for conservation and preservation of parklands.”—Olivia Hosken, Style & Interiors Writer


knotted structure tote

Stella McCartney


“Can’t go wrong with anything Stella McCartney, whose entire brand ethos is built around sustainability. I love the idea of a bordeaux-hued net bag for chic farmer’s market runs—and of course for transporting many a bottle of Bordeaux.”—Leena Kim, Associate Editor



The Series


“I love the one-of-a-kind, playful pieces from The Series. This NYC-based brand creates colorful, genderless pieces made entirely of pre-existing, sourced materials. For instance, this puffy floral jacket is artfully crafted from reconstructed vintage sleeping bags. This delightfully fun jacket will perfectly top off your outfit for those chillier spring mornings.”—Colleen Sheehan, Freelance Fashion Assistant


Surface Cleaner Refill Duo

The Laundress


“I’m always looking for ways to reduce my consumption of products that have single-use plastic components. An area where I previously struggled, of course, was cleaning products. Now my favorite home cleaning products come in bags with environmentally-friendlier impact so I can refill my glass cleaning bottles and reduce the amount of plastic I toss into the recycling every month.”—Roxanne Adamiyatt, Senior Digital Editor 


Re-Nylon Gabardine miniskirt



“Nylon is a signature fabric for Prada, and in an effort to be more sustainable, the company has committed to converting all virgin nylon into regenerated nylon by the end of this year. The durable material is made up of fishing nets, discarded nylon and other industrial waste to create shoes, bags, and as of last year, ready-to-wear. This mini skirt will be perfect for warm summer days ahead.” – MaryKate Boylan, Senior Fashion Editor

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