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Dylan Lauren's Candy Picks for a Sweet Summer Slideshow

Dylan Lauren's Candy Picks for a Sweet Summer Slideshow


The mastermind behind Dylan’s Candy Bar (who just happens to be Ralph Lauren’s daughter!) talks about the sweet stuff

Jane Bruce

"Dylan’s Candy Bar is more than just candy, it is a lifestyle brand. There are so many colors, designs, and patterns in candy that transfer so well to apparel and accessories. This striped bangle bracelet adds a vibrant burst of color to some of my favorite summer outfits."

Dylan’s Candy Bar Striped Bangle, $30

Jane Bruce

"Dylan’s Candy Bar is more than just candy, it is a lifestyle brand. This striped bangle bracelet adds a vibrant burst of color to some of my favorite summer outfits."

Dylan's Candy Bar Women's Flip-Flop, $14

Jane Bruce

Talk the talk (with the iPhone cases) and walk the walk with sweet summer sandals.

Dylan’s Candy Bar Dog Lead, $18, and Collar, $15

Jane Bruce

"My dog Jersey and I like to go for long walks in Central Park. She is a little diva, so this candy-inspired collar and leash fits her personality perfectly."

Australian Red Licorice, $12.99 per pound

Jane Bruce

"It is always important to pack snacks for energy! I always have healthy snacks and sweet snacks on me. Red licorice is one of my favorite candies and this Australian licorice is a customer favorite as well. I truly have one of the biggest sweet tooths in the world, and I eat candy almost every day, but I am also a health nut. So it is important to be able to indulge in moderation."

Dylan's Candy Bar Striped Towel, $22

Jane Bruce

Soak up some sun laying out on blue, red, purple, green, yellow, and pink stripes.

Dylan's Candy Bar I-Phone Cases for 4/4s and 5, $25

Sweet talk your friends and family.

Flip-Flop Fillable, $18

Instead of a baggie or box, fill your favorite gummies, chocolates, and/or hard candies in this summer staple.

Dylan’s Candy Bar Striped Canvas Tote, $38

"I spend my summer weekends at the beach in Montauk. I love this tote because it is light, colorful, and the perfect size for all of my summertime essentials."

Dylan's Candy Bar Pillows, $20 to $24

Dream of sugar? Us, too. Rest your brownie-batter obsessed brain on an Ice Cream Cone ($24), Cupcake ($24), Donut ($20), or Whirly Pop ($20) for some seriously sweet dreams.

Dylan's Candy Bar Whirly Pop, $3

Big enough to last from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day.


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo


19 Celebrities Who Used Surrogates

While Katey Sagal was starring as Peggy Bundy on the hit TV show &ldquoMarried&hellipwith Children&rdquo back in the 90s, the actress really was married with children. She even had a little nursery next to her dressing room for the two little ones she was raising with then-husband Jack White. After she and White split in 2000, Sagal tied the knot with &ldquoSons of Anarchy&rdquo creator Kurt Sutter. &ldquoHe&rsquod never had his own biological children, so about five years into the relationship we started toying with the idea of maybe we should raise a child together,&rdquo she recently told People. But since Sagal was too old to carry a child at that point, the couple decided to go the surrogacy route. &ldquoWe went through the whole in vitro fertilization process and our embryos were not really strong, but we thought, &lsquoLet&rsquos give it a shot and if it&rsquos meant to be, it&rsquos meant to be,&rsquo&rdquo she explained. &ldquoAnd if it wasn&rsquot, we weren&rsquot going to do it. But then our little Esme came through,&rdquo Sagal says of welcoming her third daughter in 2007, at age 52, with the help of a surrogate. &ldquoThat&rsquos why we call her our little miracle, our beautiful miracle.&rdquo