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.


Studio Tote Leather Medium

Caraa Sport


“One thing about me is that I’m not a light packer. This leather tote by Caara is everything I need for a summer on the go. It’s beyond functional and filled with pockets, secret compartments, and my personal favorite — shoe pouches. And on top of that, the pebbled leather is gorgeous, and a black tote will always be in style.”—Sarah Adams, Freelance Fashion Assistant


Aminta Pin

Ben Amun


“I currently have way more brooches in shopping carts all over the internet than I care to admit. A majority of them are at Ben-Amun—if I absolutely had to choose just one, it would be this.”—Leena Kim, Associate Editor 


Kensington Maxi Dress

En Elly


“As a ’90s kid, I’m loving the return of smocked dresses. This citrusy version would be perfect for vacation (or just wearing around my apartment pretending I’m on vacation.)”—Lauren Hubbard, Contributor


DRx SpectraLite™ FaceWare Pro

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare


“While everyone has their own skin-type-specific, acne-fighting product recommendations, most skincare obsessives are quick to rave about LED devices. I’ve had my eyes on Dr. Dennis Gross’s FaceWare Pro, which combines blue light and red light to reduce acne-causing bacteria and promote collagen production.”—Lucia Tonelli, Assistant Editor 


Birkenstock x TooGood



“I’m excited for the Birkenstock and Faye Toogood collab. The soft curves of the sandals embody the same aesthetic as her designs, like the cult-favorite Roly Poly chair. I can’t help but think these will feel extra comfortable walking around this spring.”  – MaryKate Boylan, Senior Fashion Editor


Première Extrait de Camélia Watch



“The simplicity of this Chanel watch is everything I am looking for in a timepiece. The all black color palette allows it be worn with just about everything. The accent of the camelia adds a a special touch of the brand’s history without being overbearing.” – Dania Ortiz, Fashion and Accessories Director


The Mule



“I’m not quite ready to return to wearing heels on a regular basis post-pandemic, so I’m refreshing my wardrobe of flats. In particular I’ve got my eye on Margaux’s bow-topped mule.”—Caroline Hallemann, Digital News Director 


Marais Vase Collection | Solid Hardwood & Glass



“Recently, while browsing for an Akari light sculpture on the Noguchi Museum’s fabulous online shop, I came across the work of the Bay Area artisan Melanie Abrantes, and I couldn’t help but immediately click to buy one of her darling wood-and-glass Marais vases. Her latest editions are all named after incredible women in history. I chose the Indira, named after Indira Gandhi, the pioneering politician and India’s first, and regrettably last, female prime minister.”—Erik Maza, Style Features Director


Jacky Jacket

“After parsing through of my wardrobe, I’ve realized that I simply don’t have a good transitional jacket to wear. This one by ba&sh ticks all of my requirements  in that it is not too boxy and has the perfect amount of unfussy French flair. I love it.”—Roxanne Adamiyatt, Senior Digital Editor 


Linea Ring



“Jewelry doesn’t have to have a story but it is more fun if it does. Devereux was born of recycled gold, reclaimed stones, and amazing antique scores. Lauren designs her own jewelry inspired by those past as well as repurposes vintage findings giving them new life. Each piece is full of sentiment and nostalgia (as well as gives back via her 1{0c50a39dd584ba5fb4b6467726ffaa15c472727d41971bd60f72623a9464340d} for the Planet pledge and commitment to spending marketing dollars supporting Black creators).” – Cassandra Hogan, Fashion Assistant


Robert Sonneman Memphis Lamp for George Kovacs

robert sonneman


“The best shopping surprises happen in real life, especially antiques—the charming lamp that made you smile, like a recent discovery at Linda’s Atelier in West Palm Beach, or the Hans Wegner daybed that I stumbled upon at Reside Inc. in Cambridge. These finds used to require treks to far off locales to truly strike gold, but, now, thanks to 1stDibs and Chairish, they can be added to cart with the touch of a button. I know what I’ve got my eye on next: This Memphis-inspired lamp by ’70s lighting great Robert Sonneman from the sharp Miami designer and gallerist Aaron Mapp.”—Erik Maza, Style Features Director


Hu Keto Snacks Variety Pack

“Hu Kitchen was the best restaurant in New York City for a certain type of diner. It served comfort food that catered to the paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-averse among others and was a godsend for those of us who plan our years around  fits of Whole 30 insanity. The in-person location of Hu is unfortunately no more, but the brand lives on; my virtual shopping cart is  full of their just-released cookies, all grain-free with no added sugar and in classic flavors like chocolate chip, ginger snap, snickerdoodle, and, my favorite, peanut butter. Is it the same as eating my turkey meatloaf wedged between personal trainers and gaggles of starlets? Not exactly, but despite the lack of sugar, it’s still pretty sweet.”—Adam Rathe, Arts Editor 


West Behavior Jumpsuit

BB Dakota


“I live for a jumpsuit, particularly one’s that are made of denim. Why? They’re just as easily casual as dressy, depending on how you accessorize. It’s a great look that requires almost no thought at all.”—Roxanne Adamiyatt, Senior Digital Editor 

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