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  • The Rise and Fall of the Victoria’s Secret Catalog

    The first Victoria’s Secret catalog was dispatched to mailboxes around the country in 1977. Despite the full-coverage of clothes at the time, lingerie was having a moment — and Victoria’s Secret, a mall store that opened its first location in Palo Alto, decided it would be their moment.

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  • Khloé Kardashian, Inexplicably, Is Trying to Revive Denim Pedal Pushers

    It’s never not a headline-making week for the Kardashian family — but somehow, while all of us were laser-focused on the drama unfolding between Kim, Kanye, and Taylor Swift, we missed the beginning of another scandal: Khloé Kardashian’s sudden, inexplicable, highly questionable endorsement of…

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  • For RNC Merch Vendors, Business Is Business

    On the third day of the Republican National Convention this week, the streets leading toward the Quicken Loans Arena in downtown Cleveland teemed with delegates, reporters, curious citizens, and swaths of police officers in every variation of a blue uniform imaginable. Tables lined the sidewalks,…

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  • What to Shop From Nike’s Collab With Louis Vuitton’s Kim Jones

    Nike’s much-anticipated collaboration with Louis Vuitton menswear designer, Kim Jones, has everything you could want in a travel-inspired sportswear collection from the brand: lightweight fabrics, minimal seams, and neon colors that bring to mind ‘80s windbreakers, and innovative updates on some…

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  • Prince George’s T-Shirt Is Available in an Almost-Adult Size

    Great news for those whose taste in aspirational lifestyle philosophies leans less towards Goop and more towards sweater vest–wearing royal babies: Despite reports of the "Prince George effect" (i.e. the phenomenon of clothing that Prince George wears selling out immediately), the adorable striped…

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  • The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend

    With a crazy heat wave making it's way across the country, it's not a bad weekend to skip the sidewalk sales and hit up your web browser, instead — especially with so many online sales to dive into.

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  • How to Keep Your Linen Clothes Looking Amazing This Summer

    Linen clothes get a little bit of a bad rap for being difficult to care for, and frankly, that's unfair. In fact, with the exception of linen suits, most of your linen clothing will benefit from regular old laundering and are best not dry cleaned.

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  • Why Is Every Big Designer Calling It Quits?

    Oscar de la Renta designer Peter Copping is already stepping down from his post as creative director, leaving one of America’s most storied fashion houses rudderless. "After almost two years at Oscar de la Renta, personal circumstances require me to return to Europe," Copping said in a statement…

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  • The Best Shopping in Seattle

    Seattle's reputation for angsty music and coffee house culture might call to mind a sea of plaid and denim, but the city where Nordstrom was born is anything but a one-trick pony when it comes to fashion and retail. A thriving local design scene means there are plenty of opportunities to discover…

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  • The Complicated World of Niche Cosplay

    What is the criteria for a "good" cosplay, whether for yourself or on another person, especially when you’re working in a hyper-niche form of media? Japan’s cosplay industry raked in $500 million in 2011 and cosplay is encouraged by the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while specialty…

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  • What’s in a (Beauty) Name?

    The name compels, repulses, seduces in equal measure, but in beauty industry years it’s actually so commonplace that the name isn’t even scandalous anymore. Orgasm is just one of the product names that can jump start the conversation on beauty, humor, and buying power. Does a bad beauty name make…

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  • Dollar Shave Club Turns Razor Subscriptions Into a $1 Billion Deal

    Dollar Shave Club just turned cheap razors into a lot of money. Unilever announced yesterday that it is acquiring the monthly subscription razor box start-up, reportedly for $1 billion in cash. The appeal of Dollar Shave Club is obvious: Why pay more for razors at the drug store if you could get…

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  • Zara Under Fire — Again — for Allegedly Plagiarizing Indie Artist

    Now, the Spain-based fast fashion company is being accused of blatantly plagiarizing the original artwork of the indie illustrator Tuesday Bassen. Fast fashion’s ongoing tussle with smaller designers and artists is no secret.

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  • Yoga Pants That Correct Your Form and the Future of Haptic Fashion

    The pants, developed by Australian company Wearable Experiments, appear to be a typical sleek, skin-tight outfit, like something you'd see in every yoga studio in the world. Billie Whitehouse, the co-founder and CEO Wearable Experiments, says that the tights have been her company's most successful…

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  • Rita Ora Celebrates Absence from Controversy with Rainbow Hair Ribbons

    Fact: Four-fifths of all celebrities are currently involved in the KardashoWest-Swiftian war of our time in some capacity, from Selena to Demi to Chloë to Khloé to Chloes of other spellings too, probably. Notably absent from this list, however, is one Rita Ora.Rita Ora, who is famous less for being…

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  • Drake’s Gold Sneakers Are an Episode of 30 Rock Come to Life

    In 2009, an episode of 30 Rock details a plot in which Tracy Jordan's gargantuan fortune and overexposure manifests itself in a pair of highly impractical gold shoes. Drake captioned a different photo of the shoes with, "#24K" and "#TheseAreNotToWear." That 24K, by the way, refers to the 24-carat…

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  • The Crazy Range of Supreme’s Brand Collaborations

    Supreme may be exclusive, but that doesn’t mean the label keeps to itself: The streetwear brand has an impressively long history of partnering with other big names. From one-off sneakers and skate decks made with blue-chip artists like Jeff Koons to longstanding partnerships with big brands like…

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  • The Coolest Streetwear Shops Around the World

    New York and Los Angeles may seem to some like the streetwear capitals of the world. The shop carries NYC labels like Only NY and Brain Dead, as well as local Japanese brands that are hard to come by in the U.S. Just one more reason to go to Tokyo.

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  • How Has Supreme Won the Numbers Game?

    Supreme debuted out of a modest storefront in New York City in 1994 and has been the most important name in streetwear ever since. Starting, growing, and protecting a brand like Supreme is a numbers game, a balancing act of supply versus demand that the company has managed to perfection.It’s about…

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  • The Best Streetwear Brands You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    Brands like Supreme, BAPE, and Diamond Supply have become shining examples of streetwear clothing that have crossed over to the masses. Lucky for you, we've put together a handy guide to the best under-the-radar lines you can shop online from the comfort of your home — no long lines necessary —…

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