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Though Taylor Tomasi Hill attracted great attention in the aughts as a street-style pioneer, she kept her focus squarely on behind-the-scenes contributions to the world of fashion media. After a decade working as a top editor for publications including Teen Vogue and Marie Claire, Tomasi Hill became increasingly interested in the business side of the retail industry. This shift led her to assume the creative helm at brands Moda Operandi, then Forty Five Ten, and most recently, in 2018, cutting-edge A.I. shopping platform THE YES, where her “Yes List” is a perennial favorite. Herewith, the Dallas native and mother of one reveals her leading recommendations for right now

Kule

$228

The Tommi Cardigan in Cream, Navy, and Port

“Cardi in the summer? Absolutely! I keep a Kule cardi with me year-round, whether it’s to ward off Texas’s aggressive A.C. or an unusually cool evening.”

Khaite

The June Tote

“I don’t splurge on new bags too often—I’m much more of a shoe girl—but this raffia tote is an instant upgrade to make every look a little more summery.”

Joanna Czech

$1,320

The Kit

“Joanna is my skin’s fairy godmother, but getting an appointment with her is tricky these days because she’s in such high demand. Luckily, her full regimen, suitable for nearly every skin type, brings a dose of her magic to you.”

Bottega Veneta

$1,550

Arco Bag

“When it comes to summer accessories, I’ve been loving rubber! It’s playful and practically indestructible, so even in white, this tote can withstand a day at the beach.”

Rosie Assoulin

$2,995

Flower Crown Gown

“This lighthearted gown is perfect for a summer wedding or a friend’s backyard cocktail, where you can go barefoot! I love the sportiness of the stripes against a super-feminine ruffle.”

Dodo Banana

$55

Printed Pajama Set

“My little one loves bananas. Like, everything and anything banana print. We even had a banana-themed birthday party for him one year. These cute printed PJs make our bath time-bedtime routine a little easier.”

Lisa Corti

$195

Nizam Quilted-Cotton Throw

“Handmade in India, this stripe-and-floral throw is perfect for brightening a neutral sofa, but not so precious that it can’t be repurposed as a tent for movie night, superhero cape, or picnic blanket.”

Brightland

From $38.00

100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil

“I pretty much thought all E.V.O.O. was created equal, until I tried Brightland. Sustainably produced in California using heirloom olives, it comes in a bottle that keeps it fresh by protecting it from damaging U.V. rays. Their Champagne Vinegar on hummus is also not to be missed!”

Marie Sharp’s

$17

Habanero Hot Sauce

“Obsessed. In fact, that does even begin to describe my relationship with Marie Sharp’s Hot Sauce. I discovered it in Belize and was shipping it back by the case before it was more readily available in the U.S. If you know me well, you’ve definitely been given a bottle.”

Epic Western

$18

Ranch Water, Pack of Four

“Ranch ​w​ate​r—​in a can?​!​ Before you kick me out of Texas for good, hear me out. Epic Western Ranch Water is a small business that uses 100% blue agave tequila, pure Mexican mineral water, and citrus, so it’s exactly like the kind I’d mix up at home. Never did I think I’d get behind canned cocktails, but here I am.”

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