Editors' Obsessions

We're still in the mindset of endless summer (September who?), which is why our drool-worthy picks this week are all fit for warm weather.

Like the pair of blue-tinted sunglasses that brighten our days while protecting our eyes, and the summer-perfect nude sandal to see us off for a much-needed Mexico retreat. We're also eyeing a punchy red handbag that will translate seamlessly into fall (all right, all right, we admit it's coming) and a skin-perfecting foundation stick that hides blemishes and enhances our summer glow.

Look no further for these must-have obsessions than, well, below!

Editors' Obsessions

Hawkers Air Sky Classic X, $40
"I've been keeping track of celebs wearing sapphire sunglasses all summer, and decided it was finally time to get a pair of my own. I've been wearing these nonstop lately, and they've already made dozens of selfie cameos in my Snapchat stories. But you can hardly blame me—they're too cute not to snap."—Lindsey Sirera, Style Assistant Editor

Editors' Obsessions

J.W. Anderson Red Moon Bag, $1095
"With only three weeks to go until New York Fashion Week, I'm having a kind of uncool freak-out about what trends really matter for fall. So far the one thing I absolutely can't tear my eyes away from is this peerless Red Moon bag from J.W.Anderson. It's so fierce you could wear it with sweatpants and still make the street style pages," Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor

Editors' Obsessions

BCBGeneration Gerbera Platform Leather Stilettos, $52
"I've been searching for the perfect pair of goes-with-everything heels to take with me on my upcoming birthday trip to Mexico and wah-la—thanks to BCBGeneration's eye-catching Gerbera sandal featuring a sexy mesh ankle-strap, found it."—Nicole Adlman, Style Writer

Editors' Obsessions

Make Up For Ever Ultra  HD Stick Foundation in Golden Honey, $43
"This fantastic mess-free foundation stick—that I've been using as a concealer—is like a magical complexion camouflage. It completely vanishes into skin all while covering any and all blemishes. Plus, like all Make Up For Ever products, it is actually long-lasting, meaning it only comes off when I'm washing my face at night."—Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor

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