Here's what Rach is going gaga for this month.
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Statement Scarf

mignonne gavigan scarf
Credit: Courtesy of Mignonne Gavigan

"We all have funny nicknames on the culinary team at the show. Mine is the Accessorizer; there's not an accessory that's too big or too blingy for my taste. It must be the Italian in me. I especially love a big necklace—these beaded Mignonne Gavigan pieces (from $250) are a scarf and a necklace in one."

In and Out

rachael ray home monteverdi bar cabinet and sideboard
Credit: Photography by Rachael Ray Home

"Once May hits, my brain is already upstate. I'm all about getting the house ready for summer entertaining and gardening. I love the Monteverdi Bar Cabinet and Sideboard ( for retailers) from my Rachael Ray Home furniture line. They help bring the outside in, and they serve multiple purposes—the sideboard can also be used as a potting table."

Poster Punk

swissted ready-to-frame rock posters
Credit: Photography by Peter Ardito

"I freaking love the posters from Swissted (from $50 per poster). Graphic designer Mike Joyce takes vintage rock-concert posters and reimagines them. They're gorgeous, and the book is amazing. I have a framed David Bowie concert print. It's one of my favorites."

Hair Raising

r co trophy and grid hair sprays
Credit: Courtesy of R+Co

"My stylist Patty Mocarski got me hooked on this hair product line called R + Co. It has cool packaging and product names. For my blow-outs, she's been using the Trophy Shine & Texture Spray ($30) for messy rocker waves and the Grid Structural Hold Setting Spray ($29) for volume. I took them home with me!" 

The Last Straw

bottoms up champagne bottle straws
Credit: Photography by Peter Ardito

"I'm a wino and my sister Maria is a Champagne-o, and the idea behind these paper Bottoms Up! Champagne Bottle Straws ($9 for a pack of 12) is that a bottle becomes a single serving—which cracks me up! So I squealed when someone first gave me these, and I immediately regifted them to Maria. Since then, I've given them as gifts a million times."