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  • The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend

    It's that wonderful time of year when the sale section goes on sale — as in even more discounts on already highly discounted spring and summer merchandise. A perfect example is Oak's extra 30% off sale code on items already marked down up to 80%, resulting in steals like this $168 leather jacket.

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  • The Ultimate Summer Guide to Getting Sweat Stains Out of Your White T-Shirts

    If it makes you feel any better, this question isn't even all that gross! I mean, it happens to almost everyone and also, it's not even really your sweat causing those yellow stains: it's your deodorant. Thinking of them as deodorant stains on white t-shirts makes it feel so much less gross,…

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  • Outside the DNC, a Sea of Sanders Fashion

    Americana won the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week. Not surprisingly, street style in the public areas around the Democratic National Convention was a wholly different beast, leaning toward murky colors, bandanas, and bare feet. It was about Bernie Sanders.

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  • A Look at Flight Attendant Uniforms Through History

    Before you fasten your seatbelts and prepare for takeoff at San Francisco International Airport, stop by International Terminal Level 3 for the new Fashion in Flight exhibit. Over 70 airline uniforms are on display, dating from the pre-war 1930s to present day. The SFO Museum Fashion in Flight…

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  • Nike Is Releasing Its Lightest Air Max Sneakers Ever

    Nearly 30 years after the Air Max 1 transformed the way we see technology and footwear with its visible air soles, Nike is giving the sneaker an innovative makeover, complete with the brand’s lightweight Flyknit technology. The new shoe, dubbed the Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit, is the first time Nike…

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  • Are Gimmicky Self Tanners Worth It?

    Self tanners have come a long way since their orange, foamy, streaky roots. Thanks in part to innovations coming out of the UK and a desire to look natural and not smell like a huge bowl of cookie dough after using the products, self tanner brands have had to up their games to stand out in an…

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  • Soberlink Cellular is FDA Cleared

    Healthcare providers can remotely measure alcohol in human breath, for aiding in detection and monitoring of alcohol consumption.

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  • The Remaining Bachelorette Dudes Have Given Up Pretending They Are Different People

    If you’ve been following this season of The Bachelorette closely, and by "closely" I mean while on the elliptical at the gym or turning it off halfway through every episode due to violent boredom, you’ll know that there is just one contestant left. He’s lily white, was at one point a professional…

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  • This New Subscription Box Helps Parents Avoid the Mall

    As a mother of two, Rachel Blumenthal says one of the biggest surprises from parenthood was learning how often she had to buy clothing for her kids. "No one ever told us we'd be shopping so frequently!" says Blumenthal, the wife of Warby Parker co-founder Neil Blumenthal and the former jewelry…

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  • The Political Messaging of RNC Fashion

    A surprising number of fashion statements were made outside the Republican National Convention last week. Visitors wearing khaki shorts and sneakers mixed with exhibitionists in costumes in a way that recalled Times Square in the summer, or Disney World. Instead of actors in Mickey Mouse and…

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  • Why Betty and Veronica By Rachel Antonoff Is the Perfect Collab

    When Archie Comics enlisted Rachel Antonoff to help turn its beloved comic series Betty and Veronica into a fashion line, Antonoff had proof that she was the perfect designer for the job. “I still have a bunch of my Betty and Veronicas from when I was a kid,” she tells Racked, saying that she dug…

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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. Leslie Wexner, a retail vet who started The Limited, walked into a Victoria’s Secret and immediately recognized that the store catered to men a little too effectively.

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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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  • 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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